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  • Birds
    help support this project Read More Bird ID Webinar Series Thursday August 14 2014 Fall migration has already started with shorebirds heading south soon to be followed by raptors waterfowl songbirds and more Our in depth bird ID webinars will help you ID these migrating visitors Read More Keep Your Birds Safe Around Windows Wednesday August 13 2014 Collisions with windows cause hundreds of millions of bird deaths per year Read about solutions to glass collisions in Living Bird magazine Read More What Makes a Perfect Birdhouse Tuesday August 12 2014 NestWatch has just launched All About Birdhouses Learn which species to expect when they nest what size birdhouse they need how to build one where to put it and how to keep it safe from predators Read More The YardMap Project Monday August 11 2014 YardMap is a citizen science project for people of all ages and abilities Learn about bird habitat and attract more birds Join now Read More Why Bird Counts Make a Difference Sunday August 10 2014 Cornell Lab researcher Caren Cooper reports to the Public Library of Science how Breeding Bird Atlases in Spain South Africa and the U S help scientists spot environmental change Read More The Summer of Fairywrens Saturday August 09 2014 A group of undergraduates delve deep into their own summer research projects learning basic field skills and exploring larger questions by studying Australia s Red backed Fairywren Read More Upcoming Bird Festivals and Events Friday August 08 2014 Our Upcoming Bird Festivals and Events webpage can help plan your next birding trip Look through listings by calendar or on a map and start planning your road trip right from the page Read More Prev Next Page 1 of 1 Try This Can you guess whose voice this is Discover voices of the natural world with our WILDaudio project on YouTube Birdshare your photos Browse bird images or contribute your own Join us on Facebook Share photos questions and comments with a community of people passionate about birds Blog Round Robin Take the Long Way Home Green Wave Explains Bird Migration Routes By Hugh Powell Migratory songbirds enjoy the best of both worlds food rich summers and balmy winters but they pay for it with a tough commute Their twice a year migrations span thousands of miles and are the most dangerous physically demanding parts of their Continue reading State of the Birds 2014 Common Birds in Steep Decline List The idea of conservation brings to mind urgent actions the race to save endangered species But even more important is the goal of keeping common species common the conservation equivalent of an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of Continue reading 2014 State of the Birds Report Analysis Action and Hope The 2014 State of the Birds report was released today in a ceremony at the steps of the Smithsonian Institution The report takes inspiration from the story of the Passenger Pigeon a symbol of both America s natural bounty

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  • Birds
    help support this project Read More Bird ID Webinar Series Thursday August 14 2014 Fall migration has already started with shorebirds heading south soon to be followed by raptors waterfowl songbirds and more Our in depth bird ID webinars will help you ID these migrating visitors Read More Keep Your Birds Safe Around Windows Wednesday August 13 2014 Collisions with windows cause hundreds of millions of bird deaths per year Read about solutions to glass collisions in Living Bird magazine Read More What Makes a Perfect Birdhouse Tuesday August 12 2014 NestWatch has just launched All About Birdhouses Learn which species to expect when they nest what size birdhouse they need how to build one where to put it and how to keep it safe from predators Read More The YardMap Project Monday August 11 2014 YardMap is a citizen science project for people of all ages and abilities Learn about bird habitat and attract more birds Join now Read More Why Bird Counts Make a Difference Sunday August 10 2014 Cornell Lab researcher Caren Cooper reports to the Public Library of Science how Breeding Bird Atlases in Spain South Africa and the U S help scientists spot environmental change Read More The Summer of Fairywrens Saturday August 09 2014 A group of undergraduates delve deep into their own summer research projects learning basic field skills and exploring larger questions by studying Australia s Red backed Fairywren Read More Upcoming Bird Festivals and Events Friday August 08 2014 Our Upcoming Bird Festivals and Events webpage can help plan your next birding trip Look through listings by calendar or on a map and start planning your road trip right from the page Read More Prev Next Page 1 of 1 Try This Can you guess whose voice this is Discover voices of the natural world with our WILDaudio project on YouTube Birdshare your photos Browse bird images or contribute your own Join us on Facebook Share photos questions and comments with a community of people passionate about birds Blog Round Robin Take the Long Way Home Green Wave Explains Bird Migration Routes By Hugh Powell Migratory songbirds enjoy the best of both worlds food rich summers and balmy winters but they pay for it with a tough commute Their twice a year migrations span thousands of miles and are the most dangerous physically demanding parts of their Continue reading State of the Birds 2014 Common Birds in Steep Decline List The idea of conservation brings to mind urgent actions the race to save endangered species But even more important is the goal of keeping common species common the conservation equivalent of an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of Continue reading 2014 State of the Birds Report Analysis Action and Hope The 2014 State of the Birds report was released today in a ceremony at the steps of the Smithsonian Institution The report takes inspiration from the story of the Passenger Pigeon a symbol of both America s natural bounty

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  • Welcome to your personal home page
    skills Question of the Week FAQs Featured Photographer Bird Cams Get eNews Contact Us Join Us Donate Now Search Share Member Services Renew Member Services Member Services Change Address Info Renew Membership My eNews Subscriptions Membership FAQs Contact Us Update your address and contact information Renew Your Membership Sign up for eNewsletters and manage your subscriptions Membership FAQs Contact Us We no longer use a login system for our members to manage their membership information please use the links above to make your information requests Did You Know A mini oasis can help urban birds Learn more and download a free poster Bird watchers report an average of 1 6 million observations per month to eBird The Macaulay Library has 100 000 sounds for you to explore Black oil sunflower seeds attract the widest variety of birds About Us Overview What We Do Visit the Lab Job Listings News Releases Contact Us Citizen Science eBird YardMap Project FeederWatch NestWatch Celebrate Urban Birds Great Backyard Bird Count Lifelong Learning Online Courses Workshops Bird Walks Events Spring Field Ornithology Online Research in Biology BirdSleuth Publications Birds of North America Clements Checklist Neotropical Birds State of the Birds Annual Report Scientific Citations Living

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  • Connect with Us, facebook, twitter, flickr, youtub
    is a social pursuit and we love to hear see and share what s happening outside Tell us what s new on Twitter post your photos to our Birdshare Flickr group or become a fan on Facebook Birdshare Birdshare is our photo sharing group on Flickr It s a place to post and discuss bird photos whether you have ID questions or just like how your photo turned out Photos you submit to Birdshare may be used in our All About Birds online bird guide to help others learn about birds Recent submissions to Birdshare Join and submit your own Twitter Cornell Lab Project FeederWatch NestWatch Bird Cams eBird Celebrate Urban Birds BirdSleuth Sapsucker Woods Neotropical Birds Great Backyard Bird Count YardMap Macaulay Library Facebook Cornell Lab Project FeederWatch NestWatch Sapsucker Woods Citizen Science Bird Cams Celebrate Urban Birds Elephant Listening Project BirdSleuth World Series of Birding Team Sapsucker eBird Bird Behavior Online Course Spring Field Ornithology YardMap Macaulay Library Flickr Birdshare Neotropical Birds NestWatch Bird Cams Celebrate Urban Birds eBird Sapsucker Woods Young Birders Events Bird Cams Watch the nesting cycle unfold and witness beautiful and fascinating behavior Blogs Round Robin the Cornell Blog of Ornithology Project FeederWatch Celebrate Urban Birds Did You Know A mini oasis can help urban birds Learn more and download a free poster Bird watchers report an average of 1 6 million observations per month to eBird The Macaulay Library has 100 000 sounds for you to explore Black oil sunflower seeds attract the widest variety of birds About Us Overview What We Do Visit the Lab Job Listings News Releases Contact Us Citizen Science eBird YardMap Project FeederWatch NestWatch Celebrate Urban Birds Great Backyard Bird Count Lifelong Learning Online Courses Workshops Bird Walks Events Spring Field Ornithology Online Research in Biology BirdSleuth Publications

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  • Shop for our cause, your purchase benefits
    Search Share Member Services Renew Shop for Our Cause Outfitting yourself for an upcoming birding trip Looking for the perfect gift for the birder in your life Here are ways to put your shopping dollars to work for the Cornell Lab s research education and conservation mission Photo by Ted Schroeder GBBC Shop for Our Cause When you shop the Lab you shop for the birds Cornell Lab Audio Guides See our audio guide catalog Cornell Lab Online Nature Mall Choose from 15 000 nature products Wild Birds Unlimited at Sapsucker Woods Did You Know A mini oasis can help urban birds Learn more and download a free poster Bird watchers report an average of 1 6 million observations per month to eBird The Macaulay Library has 100 000 sounds for you to explore Black oil sunflower seeds attract the widest variety of birds About Us Overview What We Do Visit the Lab Job Listings News Releases Contact Us Citizen Science eBird YardMap Project FeederWatch NestWatch Celebrate Urban Birds Great Backyard Bird Count Lifelong Learning Online Courses Workshops Bird Walks Events Spring Field Ornithology Online Research in Biology BirdSleuth Publications Birds of North America Clements Checklist Neotropical Birds State of

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  • About Us, Annual Report, Staff Directory, Visit
    Lab Staff Directory Job Opportunities News Releases Contact Us Join Us Become a Lab member Sign Up for eNews Read more Cornell Lab Blog Round Robin Living Bird Magazine The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a world leader in the study appreciation and conservation of birds Our hallmarks are scientific excellence and technological innovation to advance the understanding of nature and to engage people of all ages in learning about birds and protecting the planet Founded in 1915 the Cornell Lab is a nonprofit organization supported by 78 000 friends and members Our vibrant community includes 200 000 citizen science participants from all walks of life and 12 million bird enthusiasts of all ages who connect with us online at All About Birds As a proud unit of Cornell University we have seven faculty on staff and access to world class resources As a nonprofit environmental organization however we depend on members donors research and our other programs for 99 percent of our operating budget Your support will result in direct impacts and improvements for conservation science We invite you to join us as a member of the Lab Learn more about the lives of birds enhance your birding skills and enjoyment and be a part of our community As a Cornell Lab member you ll help in our far reaching work to make the planet a better place for wildlife and for people Did You Know A mini oasis can help urban birds Learn more and download a free poster Bird watchers report an average of 1 6 million observations per month to eBird The Macaulay Library has 100 000 sounds for you to explore Black oil sunflower seeds attract the widest variety of birds About Us Overview What We Do Visit the Lab Job Listings News Releases Contact

    Original URL path: https://secure3.birds.cornell.edu/page.aspx?pid=1609 (2014-09-21)
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  • From the Director, John Fitzpatrick
    inside the Johnson Center for Birds and Biodiversity people explore the intricacies of DNA delve into the world s largest archive of animal sounds and videos teach hands on research techniques to students engineer new technologies to study wildlife analyze hundreds of thousands of data records from citizen science participants and create websites to share the beauty and scientific knowledge of birds with millions of people What matters most though is what we do beyond these walls Our impact extends all over the world into classrooms homes libraries into urban neighborhoods and remote wilderness from Papua New Guinea to Peru to the depths of the oceans The Cornell Lab of Ornithology s family includes millions of bird watchers 200 000 citizen science participants and 78 000 donors We collaborate with partners and students of all ages all around the world people bound by love of birds and nature and by commitment to do everything possible to keep nature intact amidst an onslaught of environmental challenges The Cornell Lab is a trusted effective organization that turns your support into real benefits for birds as well as for people We are a proud unit of Cornell University yet as an environmental nonprofit we receive 99 of our funding from Cornell Lab members gifts grants and contracts If you are a Cornell Lab member thank you Your support makes our far reaching work possible If you re not a member please join us for a rewarding experience in learning about and helping the birds Sincerely John W Fitzpatrick Louis Agassiz Fuertes Director Did You Know A mini oasis can help urban birds Learn more and download a free poster Bird watchers report an average of 1 6 million observations per month to eBird The Macaulay Library has 100 000 sounds for you to

    Original URL path: https://secure3.birds.cornell.edu/page.aspx?pid=1736 (2014-09-21)
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  • Annual Report and Financials 2013
    save a species Through research planning and action How can we create conservation leaders By giving students a world of experience How can we make conservation go further Through partnerships How can we adapt a modern economy to conserve wildlife By being thoughtful and using science Financials FY13 Revenues through June 30 2013 Total Revenue 22 554 129 FY13 Expenditures Total Expenditures 23 124 071 Annual Operating Revenue and Expense 2005 2013 The Cornell Lab of Ornithology takes great care to steward your gifts wisely The Lab s revenue and expenses have grown consistently during the past seven years as programs have begun to mature and have a greater impact in the world In addition to record income from grants and contracts and continued healthy revenue from programs the Lab continues to have a broad and generous base of financial support from donors through annual capital and planned giving We strive to keep administrative and fundraising expenses as low as possible Thank you for trusting us We will continue to work hard so that these gifts result in positive impacts for birds and biodiversity Photography credits From top to bottom left to right Rufous tailed Jacamar Kenneth V Roseberg Gunnison Sage Grouse Gerrit Vyn Golden Winged Warbler Marty Piorkowski Tundra Pond Gerrit Vyn Bicknell s Thrush Laura Erickson Download a printable version of the annual report Annual Report 2012 Annual Report 2011 Annual Report 2010 Annual Report 2009 Did You Know A mini oasis can help urban birds Learn more and download a free poster Bird watchers report an average of 1 6 million observations per month to eBird The Macaulay Library has 100 000 sounds for you to explore Black oil sunflower seeds attract the widest variety of birds About Us Overview What We Do Visit the Lab Job

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