Endangered birds nesting on Toronto Island Metro News (6/7) An endangered bird, the piping plover, last seen nesting on the shores of Lake Ontario more than 80 years ago has returned to the Toronto Islands, Ont. At least one pair of was confirmed near Hanlanís Point at the end of May.
Warm weather brings bird migration through Mississauga Mississauga News (5/13) As the region finally warms up, thousands of migrating songbirds are passing through, en route to breeding grounds in the north. Dozens of species will be making their way across Mississaugaís Lake Ontario shoreline over the next couple of weeks.
Moving closer to the roving plover (5/12) Wisconsin Sea Grant is helping with efforts to develop habitat for piping plovers. A project is underway in Superior, Wis., to make a local beach more appealing to piping plovers for nesting. Plovers are an endangered shorebird that havenít nested in the area in almost 30 years.
Plover spotted at Wasaga Beach Wasaga Sun (4/28) At Wasaga Beach, Ont., a resident spotted what is possibly the first piping plover of the season at Beach Area One.
Online Guide to Indiana Birding Indiana Audubon Society This Internet-based birding guide is written by Indiana birders for birders within the state, as well as visitors. It offers interactive maps and expert advice on where to go to find target birds in Indiana.
Presqu'ile Provincial Park Ontario Parks A mecca for birdwatchers every spring and fall, this peninsula south of Brighton is a major flyway for migrating birds, home to waterfowl and shorebirds, and a staging point for Mexico-bound monarch butterflies.
Wild About Birds: A guide to Illinois Birding Illinois Department of Natural Resources (DNR) This page contains the Illinois Birds Education Kit along with an inventory of Illinois bird species and the live action bird cam at a feeder in central Illinois.
Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas Provides a permanent record of the bird species breeding in Wisconsin, monitoring data, and species maps and images.
BirdCast A collaborative effort that enables anyone to track migrating birds as they move through the Mid-Atlantic region, complete with radar imagery, educational information, and the chance to record your own observations.
Birds of Fermilab Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory This page contains information about the birds recorded on the 6,800 acre site of the Fermilab accelerator laboratory located in the far west suburbs of Chicago, Illinois.
Illinois Birds Illinois Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Includes photos, species distribution maps and information about birds found in Illinois.
Illinois Bluebird Project Illinois Audubon Society Enthusiasts located statewide who share information about the bluebird, and find out how the bluebirds are faring in all parts of Illinois.
LoonWatch Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute Loonwatch promotes the preservation, understanding and enjoyment of common loons and their aquatic habitats in the Lake Superior region.
Rouge River Bird Observatory University of Michigan-Dearborn This donor-funded bird research program, established in 1992, offers an unique opportunity to explore an understudied, yet increasingly important area in ornithology: the importance of urban natural areas to resident, migrant and breeding birds.
The Raptor Center University of Minnesota An international medical facility for birds of prey, the Center's mission is to preserve biological diversity among raptors and other avian species through medical treatment, scientific investigation, education, and management of wild populations.
Wisconsin's Trumpeter Swan Fund In 1987, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, in cooperation with a variety of organizations and individuals, began implementing a trumpeter swan recovery plan for the state.
Events Kirtland's Warbler Festival Celebrate the gradual return of the endangered Kirtland's Warbler and its home in the Jack Pine and AuSable River ecosystem. Kirtland Community College, named for the rare bird, is the host site for the festival, eight miles north of St. Helen, Mich.