- All About Birds: Identification and life history information of North American birds
- BirdSleuth: An inquiry-based citizen-science curriculum for middle school kids.
- Birds of North American Online: Extensive information on the biology of North American birds.
- Celebrate Urban Birds!: Promotes conservation in cities through gardening, the arts, and observing birds.
- Macaulay Library: World’s largest scientific archive of biodiversity audio and video recordings.
- Neotropical Birds: Extensive information on the biology of birds in Central and South America.
- Project FeederWatch: Count feeder birds for science during the winter.
- Biggest Week in American Birding: Early May in Northwest Ohio: “The Warbler Capital of the World”
- Ohio Young Birders Club
Avibase Bird Checklists of the World: Checklists for regions, countries, and states.
Birding News: Hosted by the ABA, this site includes recent posts and subscription information for listservs across the world.
Birdingonthe.net: Travel-related links for birding across the globe.
Bird Watcher’s Digest Young Birders Page: Includes tips for starting birding, links to blogs, photo galleries, and cool bird facts.
Photo Quiz – Colorado Field Ornithologists: An excellent weekly bird photo quiz.
Race 4 Birds: A website devoted to helping people to start their own young birder competitions.
Searchable Ornithological Research Archive: Access to articles from the main North American ornithological journals.
Surfbirds: Trip reports, photo sharing, and discussion forums
xeno-canto: A community database of shared bird sounds from across the world.
A Beginner’s Guide to Bird-watching for Couch Potatoes: Includes a section about introducing kids to birding.
A Complete Guide to Bird-watching from your Window: A list of more helpful links ranging from topics such as binoculars and birding ethics.