Adventures in Birding
Learn All About Birds
Join our special team of bird agents and share information on the birds you find in your community.
A bird agent is a special agent that knows all about birds.
Our Favorite Birds
The life of a bird agent requires patience, stillness, and smarts. Tracking a bird is hard work — but watching bird is a real treat. First, you need to know the different types of birds so you can identify them and know what to look for. Birds have so many different feathers, sizes, shapes, sounds, and habitats. Watching birds requires serious bird knowledge. Only the best bird watchers can earn the bird agent badge.
The Great Horned Owl: Silent Hunter of the Night The Great Horned…
The Woodpecker: Nature’s Drummer and Carpenter The Woodpecker, with its unique adaptations…
The Chickadee: Tiny Dynamo of the Woods Introduction The Chickadee, with its…
The Red-tailed Hawk: Majesty of the Skies Introduction The Red-tailed Hawk is…
Our goal here at Bird Agent is to inspire a love of nature and the birds found within it. We love birding with our children and hope that our bird watching resources for kids will not only teach you and your little ones about the various kinds of birds, but encourage you to develop birdwatching as a fun pastime to enjoy together.
Photograph your beautiful feathered friends and enjoy them for a lifetime.
What is a Bird Agent?
A bird agent is a special agent that knows all about birds. If you enjoy birding and learning about birds through reading books, watching nature videos, and by observing birds when on nature walks then you can become a bird agent too! Bird agents also help to preserve the natural habitats that keep birds happy, healthy, and safe from harmful environmental factors caused by humans. Join our special team of bird agents and share information on the birds you find in your community. Your sketches, field notes, and pictures are welcome here! You’ll even have the opportunity to earn the bird agent badge!
Our goal here at Bird Agent is to inspire a love of nature and the birds found within it.
Our Favorite Tools
After gaining the right amount of bird brains you’ll need a few simple bird-watching tools. One of the most important tools is a sketchbook so you can take field notes. Tracking when and where you find the birds will help you find more birds — probably back in the same place too. I track everything I can and draw pictures to help me remember details. I would say a good pair of binoculars is a must-have too. Binoculars are helpful for those shy birds that you can get close to.
Birding Activities we love
Bird-watching crafts, logs, coloring pages, and more.