BIRDNET : The Ornithological Information Source. Presented by the Ornithological Council. Includes links to Association of Field Ornithologists, American Ornithologists' Union, Cooper Ornithological Society, Wilson Ornithological Society, Colonial Waterbirds Society, Pacific Seabird Group, and the Raptor Research Fund.
Follow the progress of migrating waterfowl through Wild Wings
Learn about declining bird populations from the Watchlist
Missouri Bird Sightings It provides a means for Missouri birders to post sightings electronically, by way of an online checklist, and to see what birds have been sighted where within a calendar year in the state of Missouri
Electronic Resources on Ornithology -- includes information on birding in Canada, the U.S., Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, the Far East, and Africa. Also includes commercial sites.
Bibliography on Birds and Birding - includes reference material dealing with birds in Missouri, a bibliography put together by the Smithsonian Institution, a review article on choosing field guides, and information on ornithology texts at the Daniel Boone Regional Library in Columbia
The Birds of North America - The BNA home page includes information on the series and excerpts from several completed life histories. The University of Missouri - Columbia subscribes to the series. Completed life histories may be found on the first floor reference section and at the reference desk. The call number is REF QL 681 .B625. Life histories of individual species can be purchased from Buteo Books (1-800-722-2460) for $7.50 each, plus shipping.
Links of interest to teachers and students are found in the Columbia Audubon Society's Activities Page along with information on how to request personal assistance from CAS members for your class and environmental education materials available for loan to teachers in our 6-county area.