United States of America

Bald Eagle Haliaeetus leucocephalus ©Creative Commons
Birding The United States of America

The US is split into 48 contiguous states, Alaska and the Islands of Hawaii. Each have their own Fatbirder page. States are introduced by local residents and are greatly more comprehensive than this national overview.

Below are links that either cover the whole US or regions larger than a single state.

The recommended books also cover areas larger than a single state.

A number of birding organisations span the entire US – it makes sense for every birder to be a member of a national organisation, a state one and their own local club. Being a member of an Audubon or other society is not just about what it can do for you but, to misquote the late great JFK, it is also about what you can do for it, and through it, the welfare of birds everywhere.

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Number of Species
  • Number of bird species: 1088 (Extant)

    (As at April 2020) (148 are accidental, 101 casual & 57 introduced.

    National Bird - Bald Eagle Haliatus leucocephalus

  • Number of endemics: 15 Mainland Endemics

    Carolina Chickadee Poecile carolinensis Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Leuconotopicus borealis Fish Crow Corvus ossifragus Seaside Sparrow Ammodramus maritimus Boat-Tailed Grackle Quiscalus major Salt-Marsh Sparrow Ammodramus caudacutus Yellow-Billed Magpie Pica nuttalli Bachman's Sparrow Peucaea aestivalis Greater Prairie Chicken Tympanuchus cupido Island Scrub Jay Aphelocoma insularis Lesser Prairie Chicken Tympanuchus pallidicinctus Florida Scrub Jay Aphelocoma coerulescens Black Rosy Finch Leucosticte atrata Gunnison Sage Grouse Centrocercus minimus Brown-Capped Rosy Finch Leucosticte australis Cassia Crossbill Loxia sinesciuris

    Two endemic sub-species are elevated by some authorities: Attwater's prairie chicken Tympanuchus cupido attwateri & San Clemente loggerhead shrike Lanius ludovicianus mearnsi

  • Number of endemics: 33 Hawaiian Endemics

    Hawaiian Goose Branta sandvicensis Laysan Duck Anas laysanensis Hawaiian Duck Anas wyvilliana Hawaiian Hawk Buteo solitarius Kauai Elepaio Chasiempis sclateri Oahu Elepaio Chasiempis ibidis Hawaii Elepaio Chasiempis sandwichensis Poo-uli Melanprosops phaeosoma Oahu Alauahio Paroreomyza maculata Maui Alauahio Paroreomyza montana Laysan Finch Telespiza cantans Nihoa Finch Telespiza ultima Palila Loxioides bailleui Ou Psittirostra psittacea Akikiki Oreomystis bairdi Anianiau Magumma parva Akekee Loxops caeruleirostris Hawaii Akepa Loxops coccineus Maui Akepa Loxops ochraceus Hawaii Creeper Manucerthia mana Hawaii Amakihi Chlorodrepanis virens Oahu Amakihi Chlorodrepanis flava Kauai Amakihi Chlorodrepanis Stejnegeri Kauai Nukupuu Hemignathus hanapepe Maui Nukupuu Hemignathus affinis Akiapolaau Hemignathus wilsoni Maui Parrotbill Pseudonestor xanthophrys Iiwi Vestiaria coccinea Apapane Himatione sanguinea Akohekohe Palmeriadolei Millerbird Acrocephalus familiaris Omao Myadestes obscurus Puaiohi Myadestes palmeri

    The Hawaiian Petrel Pterodroma sandwichensis is only a breeding endemic and the Hawaiian Crow Corvus hawaiiensis is extinct in the wild.


  • Continental USA

    Continental USA
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  • United States (Pacific Ocean)

    Pacific Ocean
    Fatbirder Associate iGoTerra offers the most comprehensive and up to date birds lists on the web
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Useful Reading

  • Birding New England

    | A Field Guide to the Birds of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont | By Randi & Nic Minetor | Falcon Guides | 2019 | Paperback | 352 pages, 395 colour photos, 1 colour illustration, 144 maps | ISBN: 9781493033881 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Birds of Eastern North America: A Photographic Guide

    | By Paul Sterry & Brian E Small | Princeton University Press | 2009 | Paperback | 336 pages, 1,118 colour photos, 405 maps | ISBN: 9780691134260 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Birds of Prey of the East: A Field Guide

    | By Brian K Wheeler | Princeton University Press | 2018 | Paperback | 296 pages, 72 plates with colour illustrations; colour photos, 38 colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9780691117065 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Birds of Prey of the West: A Field Guide

    | By Brian K Wheeler | Princeton University Press | 2018 | Paperback | 360 pages, 85 plates with colour illustrations; colour photos, 58 colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9780691117188 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Birds of Western North America: A Photographic Guide

    | By Paul Sterry & Brian E Small | Princeton University Press | 2009 | Paperback | 416 pages, 1341 colour photos, 449 maps | ISBN: 9780691134284 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Boreal Birds of North America

    | (A Hemispheric View of Their Conservation Links and Significance) | Edited by Jeffrey V Wells | University of California Press | 2011 | Hardback | 136 pages, 1 b/w photo, 9 b/w illustrations, 18 b/w maps, 20 tables | ISBN: 9780520271005 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Collins Field Guide: Birds of North America

    | By Norman Arlott | Harper Collins | 2011 | Hardback | 239 pages, 100 colour plates, colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9780007293346 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • DVD Guide to the Birds of North America

    | By Paul Doherty | Bird Images Video Guides | 2009 | 2DVD All Regions | 2 discs, runtime 7 h 27 min | ISBN: 5065000721114 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • National Geographic Complete Birds of North America

    | By Jonathan Alderfer, Jon L Dunn & Paul Lehman | National Geographic Society | 2014 | Hardback | 744 pages, 180 colour photos, colour illustrations, 815 colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9781426213731 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America

    | By Jon L Dunn, Jonathan Alderfer & Paul Lehman | National Geographic Society | 2017 | Paperback | 592 pages, 4,000+ colour illustrations & colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9781426218354 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Peterson Field Guide to Bird Sounds of Eastern North America

    | By Nathan Pieplow | Houghton Mifflin Harcourt | 2017 | Paperback | 593 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9780547905587 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Peterson Field Guide to Bird Sounds of Western North America

    | By Nathan Pieplow | Houghton Mifflin Harcourt | 2019 | Hardback | 640 pages, colour illustrations | ISBN: 9780547905570 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Peterson Field Guide to Birds of North America

    | By Roger Tory Peterson | Houghton Mifflin Harcourt | 2008 | Paperback | 530 pages, 195 colour plates | ISBN: 9780618966141 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Peterson Field Guides: Western Birds

    | By Roger Tory Peterson | Houghton Mifflin Harcourt | 2010 | Paperback | 498 pages, 176 col plates, 588 maps | ISBN: 9780547152707 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Rare Birds of North America

    | By Steve NG Howell, Ian Lewington & Will Russell | Princeton University Press | 2014 | Hardback | 428 pages, 275 colour plates, 2 b/w illustrations, 17 colour maps, 9 tables | ISBN: 9780691117966 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America

    | By Ted Floyd | Harper Collins | 2008 | Paperback | Audio CD | 512 pages, 2000 colour photos, colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9780061120404 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • The North American Bird Guide

    | By David Allen Sibley | Bloomsbury Publishing | 2014 | Edition 2 | Paperback | 599 pages, plates with 6600 colour illustrations, 600+ colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9781472909275 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America

    | By David Allen Sibley | Broadway Books | 2016 | Paperback | 439 pages, 4601+ colour illustrations, 601+ colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9780307957917 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America

    | By David Allen Sibley | Broadway Books | 2016 | Paperback | 477 pages, 5046+ colour illustrations, 652+ colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9780307957924 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • The Young Birder's Guide to Birds of North America

    | By Bill Thompson | Houghton Mifflin Harcourt | 2012 | Paperback | 364 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9780547440217 Buy this book from NHBS.com
Birding Aps
  • *State Apps

    For apps pertaining to individual US states see the relevant US State page

  • Audubon Bird Guide

    Apple iOS | Android
    | Audubon Bird Audubon Society | 105 MB | Requires iOS 9.0 or later. | Requires Android 4.1 and up |

    Identify over 800 bird species. The Audubon Bird Guide is a free and complete field guide to over 800 species of North American birds, right in your pocket. Built for all experience levels, it will help you identify the birds around you, keep track of the birds you've seen, and get outside to find new birds near you.
  • BirdNET

    | Bird sound identification | Stefan Kahl | Requires Android 5.0 and up |

    How can computers learn to recognize birds from sounds? The BirdNET research project uses artificial intelligence neural networks to train computers to identify more than 500 of the most common species of North America and Germany. Help us test this prototype app by recording a file using the internal microphone of your Android device and seeing if BirdNET correctly identifies the probable bird species present in your recording.
  • Merlin Bird ID app

    Apple iOS | Android
    | Instant Bird Identification | Cornell University | 72.4 MB | Requires iOS 9.0 |

    What's that bird? Merlin Bird ID helps you solve the mystery in 5 questions, or with a photo of a bird. First, Merlin asks you a few simple questions. Then, almost like magic, it reveals the list of birds that best match your description. Pick your bird, then delve into more photos, sounds, and ID tips about your bird!
  • Sibley Birds

    Apple iOS | Android
    | (Birds of North America) | mydigitalearth.com | 2nd Edition |

    The new Sibley Birds app has arrived with comprehensive, up to date information of over 930 North American species. All the detailed artwork from David Sibley’s Guide to Birds Second Edition is included as well as thorough descriptions and distribution maps.
  • Song Sleuth

    Apple iOS |
    | Auto Bird Song ID 4+ | w/ David Sibley Bird Reference | 401.9 MB | Requires iOS 10.0 or later |

    Song Sleuth turns your iPhone or iPad into an automatic bird song identifier covering the 200 most common vocalizing land birds in the U.S.A. Developed by Wildlife Acoustics, in collaboration with world-renowned bird expert and illustrator David Sibley, the app records bird songs and suggests matching species. The identification algorithms are the result of over a decade of research and experience designing professional bioacoustics recorders and software.
Useful Information
  • Birding Clubs - Over 275 Locations Nationwide

    http://find.mapmuse.com/interest/birding-clubsBirding clubs accross the USA and their locations - you can add your own club to the map
  • The State of the Birds

    http://www.stateofthebirds.org Nearly 850 million acres of land and 3.5 million square miles of ocean in the U.S. are owned by the American people. These habitats are vital to more than 800 bird species in the U.S., 251 of which are federally threatened, endangered, or of conservation concern. More than 300 bird species have 50% or more of their U.S. distribution on public lands and waters. Public agencies therefore have a major influence on the success of conservation efforts to restore declining species and keep common birds common
  • American Birding Association

    The American Birding Association represents the North American birding community and supports birders through publications, conferences, workshops, tours, partnerships, and networks. The ABA’s education programs promote birding skills, ornithological knowledge, and the development of a conservation ethic. The ABA encourages birders to apply their skills to help conserve birds and their habitats, and we represent the interests of birders in planning and legislative arenas.
  • American Eagle Foundation

    The American Eagle Foundation (AEF) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to care for and protect the USA’ s living symbol of freedom, the Bald Eagle, and other birds of prey through the four pillars of Education, Re-population, Conservation and Rehabilitation.
  • American Ornithologists' Union

    The American Ornithological Society (AOS) is an international society devoted to advancing the scientific understanding of birds, enriching ornithology as a profession, and promoting a rigorous scientific basis for the conservation of birds. As one of the world's oldest and largest ornithological societies, AOS produces scientific publications of the highest quality, hosts intellectually engaging and professionally vital meetings, serves ornithologists at every career stage, pursues a global perspective, and informs public policy on all issues important to ornithology and ornithological collections. AOS is distinguished by its tremendous collective expertise, including eminent scientists, conservation practitioners, early career innovators, and students.
  • Association of Field Ornithologists

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    Founded in 1922 as the New England Bird Banding Association, The Association of Field Ornithologists (AFO) is one of the world’s major societies of professional and amateur ornithologists dedicated to the scientific study and dissemination of information about birds in their natural habitats. AFO encourages the participation of amateurs in research, and emphasizes the conservation biology of birds
  • Birding For All (Formerly Disabled Birders Association of America)

    US Members and those wishing to join should mail through the international site
  • Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology

    We use science to understand the world, to find new ways to make conservation work, and to involve people who share our passion.
  • Great Backyard Bird Count

    Launched in 1998 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society, the Great Backyard Bird Count was the first online citizen-science project to collect data on wild birds and to display results in near real-time. Now, more than 160,000 people of all ages and walks of life worldwide join the four-day count each February to create an annual snapshot of the distribution and abundance of birds.
  • Hawk Migration Association of North America (HMANA)

    The Hawk Migration Association of North America (HMANA) was founded in 1974 and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the State of New York. HMANA’s mission is “To advance the scientific knowledge and promote conservation of raptor populations through study, enjoyment, and appreciation of raptor migration.”
  • Hummingbird Research, Inc.

    Hummingbird Research, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2009 by Fred Bassett to promote the conservation of hummingbirds through research and education. We continue the vision of Bob and Martha Sargent and the Hummer/Bird Study Group.
  • Inland Bird Banding Association

    Inland Bird Banding Association was organized in 1922, in Chicago, Illinois, and in that same year began publishing the scientific work of its members. The organization has continued to grow since 1922 and now supports the largest membership of any bird banding association in America. Inland Bird Banding Association is an organization for all individuals interested in the serious study of birds, their life-history, ecology, and conservation…
  • National Audubon Society

    Protecting waterbird populations has been part of Audubon’s mission even before the official establishment of the National Audubon Society. Outrage over the slaughter of millions of waterbirds, particularly egrets and other waders, for the millinery trade led to the foundation, by Harriet Hemenway and Minna B. Hall, of the Massachusetts Audubon Society in 1896. By 1898, state-level Audubon Societies had been established in Pennsylvania, New York, New Hampshire, Illinois, Maine, Wisconsin, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, Minnesota, Texas, and California...
  • National Bird Collection

    The Division of Birds, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, houses and maintains the third largest bird collection in the world with over 640,000 specimens
  • National Bird-Feeding Society

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    Established in 1989, the National Bird-Feeding Society (NBFS) helps make the backyard bird feeding and watching hobby better - for people and wild birds. The NBFS accomplishes its mission by connecting hobbyists with education and research about backyard bird feeding.
  • National Wildlife Refuge Association

    The National Wildlife Refuge Association’s mission is to conserve America’s wildlife heritage for future generations through strategic programs that protect and enhance the National Wildlife Refuge System and the landscapes beyond its boundaries
  • Nature Conservancy

    The Nature Conservancy began when leading scientists, committed citizens and dedicated leaders came together with a shared vision to protect and care for nature. From our first land purchase to our latest water fund, we are constantly evolving to bring innovative solutions to the challenges facing our world.
  • Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center

    Located on six hundred acres along the James River Valley near Jamestown, North Dakota, the Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center is one of seventeen USGS Science Centers that develop and disseminate the scientific information needed to understand, conserve, and manage the Nation’s rich biological resources.
  • Pacific Seabird Group

    The Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) is a society of professional seabird researchers and managers dedicated to the study and conservation of seabirds and their environment. PSG was formed in 1972 out of a need for increased communication among academic and government seabird researchers
  • Partners in Flight

    Advancing full life-cycle conservation of landbirds in the Americas via sound science, integrated conservation partnerships, habitat delivery on public and private lands, and targeted citizen outreach.
  • Searchable Ornithological Research Archive

    SORA is the world's first and largest open access ornithological publications archive. This resource is the product of collaborations between the American Ornithologists Union, the Cooper Ornithological Society, the Association of Field Ornithologists, the Wilson Ornithological Society and the University of New Mexico Libraries. SORA provides access to an extensive library of ornithological literature of international scope, and detailed material documenting the history of ornithology in North America over the last 120 years.
  • Smithsonian Migratory Bird Centre

    Unique in its exclusive focus on migratory birds and its combination of research, education and training, and policy work, the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Centre is dedicated to fostering greater understanding, appreciation, and protection of the grand phenomenon of bird migration…
  • US Fish & Wildlife Service

    The Mission of the National Wildlife Refuge System is to administer a national network of lands and waters for the conservation, management, and where appropriate, restoration of the fish, wildlife, and plant resources and their habitats within the United States for the benefit of present and future generations of Americans.
  • Waterbird Society

    Scientific Study and Conservation of the World’s Waterbirds - The Waterbird Society is composed of biologists, researchers, conservationists, students, and others interested in the behavior, ecology, and conservation of waterbirds. The organization is administered by four officers and nine council members elected from the Society’s membership, which includes people from 31 countries. The Society is a member of the Ornithological Societies of North America (OSNA) and a contributing member of many other scientific societies worldwide, including American Bird Conservancy and The Ornithological Council.
  • Western Bird Banding Association

    The Western Bird Banding Association (WBBA) was founded in 1925 to provide guidance and assistance to a relatively small number of western bird banders, located then primarily in Southern California. WBBA’s archives, including a photo album, were destroyed by fire in 1991; beyond what was published in WBBA's periodicals, little information survives on the organization’s history.
  • Western Field Ornithologists

    Western Field Ornithologists is an organization of amateur and professional field ornithologists that promotes the study of birds throughout western North America including Hawaii, the northeastern Pacific Ocean, and Western Mexico. The organization strives to increase knowledge, appreciation, and protection of birds and their habitats through annual meetings, field trips, and publications, primarily Western Birds, a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on field-oriented descriptive ornithology.
  • Wilson Society

    The Wilson Ornithological Society, founded in 1888, is a world-wide organization of nearly 2500 people who share a curiosity about birds. Named in honor of Alexander Wilson, the Father of American Ornithology, the Society publishes a quarterly journal of ornithology, The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, and holds annual meetings
Forums & Mailing Lists
  • ABA Bird News

    News & Sightings
    Filter Birding News by making a selection from the dropdown. Refine your search by entering the type of bird you are looking for. Or just browse the lists
Guides & Tour Operators
  • Bird Treks

    Tour Operator
    Bird Treks has been providing small group and custom birding tours for over 20 years. Visit their website to see the incredible tours available, including Arizona, California, Maine, Minnesota, Texas, and more!
  • Naturalist Journeys

    Tour Operator
    Founded in 1998 by owner and lead guide, Peg Abbott, we are a top nature and birding tour company. Our guides are naturalists, ornithologists, biologists, entomologists, geologists, photographers, artists, and more. Collectively, we treasure birding, nature, travel, good food, and good company ― our inspiration in designing unique travel opportunities.
Trip Reports

Click on WAND to see Fatbirder’s Trip Report Repository…

  • 2016 [02 February] - Terry & Karen McEneaney - Pacific Northwest

    ...We ended the tour with 105 species of birds and nine species of mammals. We saw more than 120,000 individual birds, with more than 30,000 Snow Geese (in discrete flocks at four different locations) comprising the bulk of the birds seen. Other impressive bird numbers included the following estimates: 7,000+ Trumpeter Swans, 4,000 Tundra Swans, 20,000 American Wigeon, 8,000+ Surf Scoters; 20,000 Mallards, 14,000 Northern Pintails and Northern Shovelers, 300 Common Goldeneye, 300 Red-breasted Mergansers, 120 Red-throated Loons, 400-500 Bald Eagles, 50-80 Red-tailed Hawks, 15-20 Rough-legged Hawks, 5,000 Mew Gulls, 8,000 Ring-billed Gulls, 10,000 Glaucous-winged Gulls, 4,000 Dunlin, and a whopping four dozen plus Marbled Murrelets...
  • 2016 [05 May] - Bruce Wedderburn - Southeast USA for Spring Migration

    This was a two-month trip to southeast USA for Yvonne and myself, from late March through to late May, with a focus on the Spring migration, in particular the highly varied and colourful warblers.
  • 2021 [o5 May] Dylan Vasapoli - The Biggest Week

    PDF Rep[ort
    May is known as the best month for birding in the eastern part of the United States, and in particular for the spectacular spring migration that occurs during this time period.
Other Links
  • 50 States.com

    Lists all the state birds of the US with articles about many of them etc.
  • Birds of North America

    Birds of North America (BNA) is the most comprehensive reference for the life histories of over 760 bird species that breed in the United States and Canada. Species accounts are written by ornithologists and other experts and are an essential reference for anyone with an advanced interest in birds. BNA accounts have always offered an in-depth, authoritative summary of scientific literature and media. However, in combination with the Macaulay Library and eBird, our restructured species accounts are now accompanied by new sounds, images, and video, and distributional maps and model output generated by eBird.
  • Birdwatching

    Birdwatching Dot Com is about wild birds and the sport of birding. It`s for everyone who is interested in birdwatching and enjoying nature. We hope you`ll find some good ideas here to help you have fun watching birds.
  • Birdzilla

    Calls itself the number one birdwatching website in the world… but is parochial being just about North America and, as we all know, Fat Birder is the Number One Site!
  • IBWFound Updates!

    Bobby Harrison, Tim Gallagher and others searched and researched Ivory-bills for over 33 years, they are not going to give up now, even if others do. When Federal funding runs out, we'll still be there. There are so few Ivory-bills, so many acres
  • Ornithology.com

    Authoritative Information about Wild Birds from a Professional Ornithologist - The Ornithologist, Roger J. Lederer, at Ornithology.com has a Ph.D., taught for over thirty years, wrote thirty scientific papers and eight books, including: Amazing Birds, Birds of New England, Bird Finder, Pacific Coast Bird Finder, Latin for Bird Lovers, and Beaks, Bones, and Birdsongs. Dr. Lederer has also been keynote speaker at bird festivals, on many cruise lines, and hundreds of other venues.
  • Statistical Considerations in Monitoring Birds over Large Areas

    The proper design of a monitoring effort depends primarily on the objectives desired, constrained by the resources available to conduct the work
  • Surfbirds

    We're a group of birding friends from Britain and America who decided to team up on a joint Anglo-American website. Bringing the best birding articles from both sides of the Atlantic onto one website, we hope to have created something unique. We'd love to hear from you if you have any thoughts, feedback or suggestions or wish to get involved in some way yourself.
  • Anna Fasoli - Speed Birding

    Last updated October 2012 - In 2007, I graduated from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania and have been doing bird work ever since. I love to travel and I think I must have been a gypsy in my other life. I also write at www.nemesisbird.com…
  • Cory Ritter & Lukas Musher - Boom Chachalaca

    Last updated 2014 - Birding News, Highlights, Tips, and Photos for the American Birder. Cory Ritter and Lukas Musher started boom Chachalaca in November 2011 as a way to share birding experiences, tips and news with other birders, both beginners and experts, and to promote conservation…
Photographers & Artists
  • Photographer - Eric Skrzypczak - Fantasticbirds

    Hello and welcome to my website. This site is dedicated to the joy of spectacular birds and bird photography. I hope that you enjoy viewing some of these images as much as I enjoyed capturing them.
  • Photographer - Glenn Bartley

    Brilliant photos of many US species
  • Photographer - William Burt

    Bill specialises in rare and secretive birds and his photographs are not long-lens snaps but the result of years of patient stalking for close up shots that preserve the natural setting

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