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A Special Offer for You

We hope you’ve been enjoying the birds visiting your feeders this winter. Winter finches and other irruptive species, like the Red-breasted Nuthatch, are making news this winter. Many finch species typically spend most of their time farther north in Canada. How big is this movement of birds? Getting reports from citizen bird watchers like you is the only way to find the answer.

Special February Offer!
New participants joining Project FeederWatch in February will automatically be signed up for next season, too. Join now for the rest of the 2012-13 season, and you will receive the 2013-14 season at no extra charge!

Join today! For $15, you’ll receive:

  1. Project FeederWatcher’s Handbook and Instructions;
  2. an identification poster of the most common feeder birds; and,
  3. Winter Bird Highlights, an annual summary of FeederWatch findings.

The fee helps offset the costs of staff support, scientific analysis of data, and your FeederWatch kit.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Cornell Lab of Ornithology