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Contact information
For information on birding and bird conservation, contact:
Ryan Brady
Research scientist
Bureau of Wildlife Management
715-685-2933

Birding and bird conservation

Northern Parula

International Migratory Bird Day is May 13 and it’s the perfect time to go birdwatching because it coincides with the overall peak of migration. View the Bird City calendar or check in with local birding groups to see what events are scheduled in your area. Photo credit: Jack Bartholomai

Wisconsin is home to over 300 species of birds and has thousands of people who enjoy birds. Explore the links below for information on birds, bird identification, birding locations and how to get involved in bird conservation efforts.

Where to find birds

Explore the information below to learn more about great birding places in Wisconsin.

Report a bird

Amatuer birders have always been leaders in the field of citizen science. The links below provide a number of web-based tools that allow you to report and track your daily bird sightings. These data are used by DNR and conservation partners across the hemisphere to monitor migratory bird populations.

Bird ID and information

The links below provide useful tips in identifying birds as well as information on their biology, status and conservation in Wisconsin.

Get involved

See the links below for ways to get involved in birding and bird conservation efforts around the state.

Last revised: Wednesday May 03 2017