Check out some of our favorite tips and tricks for birding in your own backyard!
Kayleigh Medeiros, left, Education Manager at Trinity River Audubon, assists high school students with identifying bird species while birding at Lost Maples State Natural Area during a week-long outdoor Conservation Trek hosted by Trinity River Audubon Center Wednesday, August 7, 2019 in Vanderpool, Texas. Photo: Luke Franke/Audubon
Keep your hummers healthy and happy!
A quick way to keep your home migration-friendly!
Living proof that even birds know the old adage, "The more, the merrier"!
Watch this video and learn how you can properly identify a Red-tailed hawk on your next hike, road trip, or walk.
Check out some tips for keeping the LA River bird-friendly on your next walk!
Both birds are large, black, loud, extremely smart, and they have similar body shapes. Both birds can be found in California year-round. So, how on earth do you tell these two birds apart??
For our first Backyard Birding Tips video of the year, we’re taking a look at one of our loudest backyard birds – the Northern Mockingbird!
Learn how to identify some common migrants that you may be able to spot in the Los Angeles area throughout the winter months!
Let’s take a quick look at some of the summer residents that you might be able to spot around the LA area now and throughout the summer months! Featuring the Lazuli Bunting, Ash-throated Flycatcher, Black-headed Grosbeak, and Hooded Oriole.
With a wide range of habitats and more than 300 species of birds, the Pasadena region has long been known as a premiere birder's destination. Now, with the Guide, birdwatchers of all skills -- from beginner to expert -- can discover all the birding delights the region has to offer.