A Caring World

Caring About Wild Birds

Watching wild birds can be an enjoyable hobby that is at times exciting and at other times relaxing. Please be kind by bird watching responsibly and give birds their space. Use binoculars to see birds up close, instead of getting close to them. To learn more about wild birds, please make your choice. Links to bird watching ethics sites are towards the bottom.

Wild Bird Life List
A list of brief observations of different species of birds identified by author of this site over the years, with eNature pop-up flash cards that provide pictures and information.
Crows and Kin
The author's blog about crows and their relatives. Includes observations and information.

This site has bird guides and guides to many other types of animals. You can even create your own wild life list.

Observe birds in the wild and submit notes on your observations to eBird, so that scientists can help wild birds. Please watch birds in ethical and responsible manners. Links to bird watching ethics sites appear down below:

Birding Ethics - About.com

Bird Watching Code of Ethics - The American Association of Birding


Table of Choices

Graphic: Sunset with Flying Birds, by Sharon Lee Hudson

A Caring World: (c) Sharon Lee Hudson