Audubon Society bird clubs throughout the country conduct bird counts around Christmas time.
Browse Missouri's top-ten best conservation areas for birding.
Missouri birds use five general habitats: grasslands, towns and backyards, shrubby areas, forests and wetlands.
Learning to recognize birds' many behaviors can help you identify and conserve them.
To enjoy Missouri birding, all you need are binoculars and a good bird-ID field guide.
Birds are active and fast, and you often don't have much time to observe individuals. Learn to note key features that will help you identify species later.
Learn how to build a ground feeder.
MDC protects and manages Missouri's fish, forest, and wildlife resources. We also facilitate your participation in resource-management activities, and we provide opportunities for you to use, enjoy and learn about nature.