Birds

Birds of Pennsylvania

Carolina Chickadee Photo: Michele Black/Great Backyard Bird Count

Birding in the City of Brotherly Love
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Birding in the City of Brotherly Love

The American Birding Association recognizes Audubon's Keith Russell for putting Philadelphia on the birding map.

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Audubon's Birds and Climate Change Report: 314 birds on the brink!
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Audubon's Birds and Climate Change Report: 314 birds on the brink!

Audubon's newly-released Climate Report sounds the alarm for the Scarlet Tanager, Wood Thrush, Ruffed Grouse, and 81 other species that nest in PA!

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Pennsylvania eBird
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Pennsylvania eBird

Count birds and submit your observations on e-bird.

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Hummingbirds at Home!

Hummingbirds at Home!

Check out Audubon's Hummingbirds at Home, our updated citizen science program.

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The Western Pennsylvania Birding Trail Guide
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The Western Pennsylvania Birding Trail Guide

The Western Pennsylvania Birding Trail Guide

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Common GBBC Birds

Common GBBC Birds

You’re likely to see during the Great Backyard Bird Count (Feb 14-17)

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Drones Take Off as Wildlife Conservation Tool
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Drones Take Off as Wildlife Conservation Tool

UAVs are poised to revolutionize ecology and even save scientists’ lives.

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Plants for Birds in the Schuylkill Highlands
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Plants for Birds in the Schuylkill Highlands

Tucked inside the Delaware River Watershed sits the ecologically and economically vital region known as the Schuylkill Highlands. Audubon Pennsylvania is partnering with communities in the region to bring neighbors and conservation professionals together in support of the health and vitality of this unique landscape. Our Plants for Birds program connects homeowners with expert advice and resources to create bird-friendly habitats that benefit people and birds in Schuylkill Highlands communities.

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Birds Across all of Pennsylvania

Black Vulture

Coragyps atratus

Snowy Owl

Bubo scandiacus

   

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