Welcome to Tweeters,
Northwest birders email list serving the
University of Washington, Washington State, and the Cascadia region
as a public service and scientific research tool. More ...
The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
| University of Washington, Seattle. Oldest museum in the state, founded 1885
Slater Museum of Natural History / Biodiversity Resources / Birds | University of Puget Sound, Tacoma. Museum founded 1930.
BirdWeb | Seattle Audubon's guide to the birds of Washington.
Washington Ornithological Society (WOS) | Chartered 1988 to increase knowledge of the birds of Washington and to enhance communication among all persons interested in those birds.
Audubon Chapters in Washington State | Links to websites of the 26 local chapters
Seattle Audubon Society | For birds and the natural environment, since 1916
Washington Birder | Resource for birding exploration and bird distribution in the state's 39 counties
Westport Seabirds | Offshore birding trips since 1966
Great Washington State Birding Trail | Seven loops covering the state, with hundreds of birding sites
Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary Program | Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Inland Northwest Birders | Email list for northern Idaho and eastern Washington
IdahoBirds.net | Resource for birds and birding in Idaho
Oregon Birding Association | Birds and birding in Oregon, founded 1980
Oregon Birders On Line (OBOL) | Email list for Oregon
British Columbia Field Ornithologists | Founded 1991 to promote study and enjoyment of wild birds in British Columbia
Nature Vancouver | Appreciation and study of nature in Greater Vancouver, British Columbia. Founded 1918 as Vancouver Natural History Society.
Birding in British Columbia | Kevin Slagboom
BirdNote | Radio shows about birds and the environment.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology | Information on birds, birding, and conservation issues. Opportunities to participate in eBird and other online citizen science projects.
The MAIN Web Birding Site | Jack Siler's
Birdingonthe.Net with links to most birding groups. There are also
indexed daily email digests from 75+ different birding groups.
This is a good place to read birding email from any group you don't have
the time to subscribe to.
Email from the largest birding listserv, BirdChat.
Bird Links to the World | 3000+ links (Denis Lepage)
Send contributions, comments, or suggestions to Dan Victor, (tweeters-owner at mailman1.u.washington.edu)