On this page, we've tried to gather
links to and information about any and all online
resources relating to birding, conservation, citizen
science, and other Audubon concerns. If you find a broken
link or would like to submit a new one, please e-mail the
Community Nature Center
33 acres of woodlands near the center of "Olde Towne"
Clinton. Offers educational programs on nature,
gardening, and history, as well as 2.5 miles of all
weather walking trails.
Museum of Natural Science
Award-winning exhibits and nature trails in the heart of
Information on Crystal Springs' Chautauqua Park,
including pictures of Lake Chautauqua and the Treetop
Keep up with statewide Audubon activities at our parent
Includes a checklist of MS Coast birds, a forum to share
sightings, and a calendar of upcoming activities.
Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge (Gautier)
Includes information on our endemic bird, the Mississippi
Sandhill Crane, as well as on carnivorous plants and
Information on MOS membership and meetings, plus a photo
archive and instructions on reporting rare birds.
Maps and spreadsheets summarizing the results of the
1997-2004 effort to inventory all of Mississippi's
The Mississippi Native Plant Society
International birding site featuring news, forums, blogs,
trip reports, a directory of birding resources, and much
Simulated birding tours for select North American
hotspots, plus photo galleries and articles.
News, trip reports, reviews of books & equipment,
Birding Pal (site for
local Volunteer birding guides)
A service to help you find a "birding pal" in your
Online store for books and equipment, plus a free
e-newsletter and collection of birding tips.
Species profiles, online life list hosting, free
newsletter, games, and other resources.
An exhaustive collection of articles and links on various
An excellent, comprehensive guide to our most important
piece of equipment.
Cornell Lab of
A nonprofit institution focusing on research, education,
and citizen science. Publishes LIVING BIRD magazine and
the monumental reference THE BIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA,
accessible online for a subscription fee.
Includes an archive of the "Yellowhammer" and "Alabama
Birdlife," plus forums and an online store.
The premier organization for recreational birders in
North America. Publications include BIRDING, WINGING IT,
and NORTH AMERICAN BIRDS. Check out trip reports, mailing
lists, the ABA Checklist, resources for young birders,
and the unique Birders' Exchange program.
Our national parent organization's site includes a
directory of all chapters, news updates, coverage of
conservation issues, and the online version of AUDUBON
Run by Audubon and Cornell, this site serves as a portal
to various citizen science projects, as well as to the
eBird database that collects bird sightings from
reporters across the country.
More than 50,000 observers a year participate in this
century-old census of wintering birds. Find historical
data and get involved.
Backyard Bird Count
An annual four-day event that engages bird watchers of
all ages in counting birds to create a real-time snapshot
of where the birds are across the continent.
Study Group, Inc.
Founded by Bob and Martha Sargent of Clay, Alabama, the
HBSG is dedicated to the study and preservation of
hummingbirds and other Neotropical migrants.
Watch (a Cornell site)
Cornell's Project FeederWatch is a winter-long survey of
birds that visit feeders at backyards, nature centers,
community areas, and other locales in North America.
A survey of breeding and migrating warbler observations.
Site includes animated maps.