Our Audubon At Home program is full of answers to many common questions about birds in your yard and neighborhood.
Your local Chapter is also an excellent source of information. Click on any of the link below to find answers to these questions.
Helping Injured & Baby Birds
See the Wildlife Rehabilitation Information Directory for more information.
Other sources of information are your local Audubon chapter, veterinarian, or nature center.
Visit Audubon At Home for an entire section devoted to the ABC's of Bird Feeding,
including how to choose, fill, and clean your feeders, and keep those pesky squirrels from robbing them!
Discover the official birds for each of the states by visiting our Birds of North America Resource and clicking 'State Birds' from the table of contents after entering. There you will find an illustration of each and description where available.
Your best source is your local library or community nature center bookstore. You will also find our Children's Field Guides helpful.
The definitive college textbook is Ornithology, by Frank Gill, Senior Ornithologist at the National Audubon Society, published by W.H. Freeman & Co.
We also have online information about John James Audubon or the history of the Audubon Society.
There is also a wealth of information to be found at search engines like Google and Yahoo. Keep in mind that Audubon does not endorse any particular search tool.