The BBC has compiled a list of some of our favorite web-based resources.
Birding Massachusetts and New England
Identify birds by sound.
A New England-based bimonthly journal for birders of all skill levels, publishes original articles on birding locations, on avian populations and natural history, on regional rarities, book reviews and field notes, bird sightings, photographs, and artwork.
All the information you need to explore Maine and its birds.
For Beginner Birders
This National Audubon guide offers many useful links and resources.
Free, instant bird identification app.
A free and complete field guide to over 800 species of North American birds.
Designed for beginners, this 4-chapter primer will provide the essential tools and knowledge to enjoy birdwatching with a focus on New England species.
A Facebook group for young birders: check it out!
Making Birding More Inclusive and Accessible
Birdability focuses on removing barriers to access for birders with mobility challenges, blindness or low vision, intellectual or developmental disabilities (including autism), mental illness, being deaf or hard of hearing, chronic illnesses and other health concerns.
Drew Lanham’s foundational essay on race and belonging in nature.