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Backyard Birds

Can you identify a cardinal by its color? By its song? By the shape of its head? Can you tell the difference between a starling and a grackle? Amateur naturalists aged 10 and up will enjoy this program about the birds we find in our backyards, bird behavior and some practical birding tips. Spring is a great time to learn about backyard bird songs and calls, because this is the breeding season and they are very active.

Pectoral Sandpiper, Denville , NJ 9-25-2011, via Flickr.

Red-Bellied Woodpecker

Birding in Morris and Somerset Counties, NJ website

Merlin, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s new bird identification application, is a seamless, quick way for beginners to identify birds on-the-go. What is there to lose? Merlin is absolutely free—”The Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s goal is to help you and millions of others to learn about birds.”

Birding and Wildlife Trail map of Skylands Region of NJ.

NJ Audubon Society - full of information about birding in NJ.

NJ Audubon Home

njaudubon.org

Owl Spotting in New Jersey Northwest

new jersey state bird goldfinch

Turkey vultures are numerous up here in northwestern New Jersey and nearby New York.

Backyard Birds | Common Backyard Birds in New Jersey in the Spring- New Jersey Bird ...

Birds of New Jersey : field guide

A guide to green New Jersey : nature walks in the garden state : forests, beaches, vineyards, battlefields, rail trails, marshes, orchards, canals, gardens, and more