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The Birds of North America Online

Description:BNA Online provides comprehensive life histories for each of the 716+ species of birds breeding in the USA (including Hawaii) and Canada.

Description: All About Bird Anatomy is the Bird Academy's new interactive tool. This is a fun way to learn bird anatomy quickly and effectively. Explore all the systems that make up a bird—feathers, skin, musculatory, skeletal, respiratory, digestive, circulatory, reproductive, nervous, and endocrine—then quiz yourself to see how much you’ve learned.

Description: All About Bird Anatomy is the Bird Academy's new interactive tool. This is a fun way to learn bird anatomy quickly and effectively. Explore all the systems that make up a bird—feathers, skin, musculatory, skeletal, respiratory, digestive, circulatory, reproductive, nervous, and endocrine—then quiz yourself to see how much you’ve learned.

Description: For the first time, scientists at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology have documented migratory movements of bird populations spanning the entire year for 118 species throughout the Western Hemisphere. The study finds broad similarity in the routes used by specific groups of species—vividly demonstrated by animated maps showing patterns of movement across the annual cycle.

Description: If you enjoyed our animated map of bird migration but wondered which species is which—here’s help. This is the same animation but each species is represented by a number—so you can find the name of any migrant that catches your eye by looking it up in the list below.

Description: Wrap your head around the spectacular diversity of birdlife while exploring the artistry of the Cornell Lab’s new mural--online! View the mural in its entirety and zoom in on any of the 270 species to appreciate each brushstroke. One click uncovers each bird’s way of life, voice, and range—with sounds from the Macaulay Library and dynamically updated maps from eBird.

FLAP

Description: This video game Video Game lets You scamper, glide, and flap through the evolution of flight. Skip through time and explore how birds mastered the skies with our new video game. Start as an earthbound dinosaur and then feel the thrill of feathered wings and flapping flight. Then jump ahead 100 million years from now to imagine the future of flight. The game is free, mobile-friendly, and runs in a web browser. There's no app download necessary—just an interest in dinosaurs, flight, or video games.

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