Because there are many great sites on the internet that contain facts and information about birds, the names of individual birds are not listed on this page. The bird you choose to learn more about WILL be found in the sites below!
You WILL be able to find exactly what you need here by following the links below and searching for the bird you are interested in learning more about!
|Sites Specifically for Students with Information About Birds|
Audubon: Just for Kids: Facts, photographs, video, and live bird web cams
Earth Life Web: Birds: Introduction to bird and bird anatomy, survival needs, bird identifications, gallery and bird profiles, and MORE
Enchanted Learning: All About Birds: Facts, information about birds
Kidwings.com: This site was designed to teach young and old about the wonders of birds. The most exciting part of the site is the Virtual Owl Pellet Dissection. Many interactive activities await you. Click on a link from the left side of the screen to get started.
Smithsonian: Birds for Kids: Facts, Stories behind different bird names, jigsaw puzzles, and MORE
AvianWeb.com: Bird Species: An extensive index of bird species listed in alphabetical order with links to the bird and photo and facts
The Aviary: A website dedicated to lovers of birds. In the table is a list of the birds currently covered at this site; information on birds contains photographs and facts
Birding.com: Bird Identification: Covers identification of the parts of a bird body and tips to make identifying birds easier; photographs and diagrams
Bird - from Wikipedia: Complete information and facts
Cornell University's Lab of Ornithology: Facts, photos, "Bird of the Week", NestCams, and MORE
eNature.com: Birds listed by type; facts, information, and bird sounds
Infrared Zoo: Infrared light shows us the heat radiated by the world around us. By viewing animals with a thermal infrared camera, we can actually "see" the differences between warm and cold-blooded animals. Infrared also allows us to study how well feathers, fur and blubber insulate animals.
National Geographic: Birds: Facts, photographs, videos and MORE
PBS: Extraordinary Birds: Facts, information, and photographs of nature's extraordinary birds
PBS: The Life of Birds: Facts, photos, and MORE
San Diego Zoo: Animal Bytes Animal facts listed by animal categories: Amphibian, Bird, Mammal, Reptile, Insects; also included: photos, Webcams, teacher resources for using the website in the classroom
Sea World Animal Bytes: Birds: Each byte is a one-page fact sheet specifically designed to help you quickly find information about some of the interesting birds found in the animal kingdom. Most species files include coverage regarding scientific classification, basic physical traits, fun facts, and conservation/ecological value. Where available, links to more in-depth species coverage via our online infobooks are provided.
|Birds as State Symbols||State Symbols USA: Birds, Photo, and Sound, and Video|
|Other Kid Info Pages to Learn More About Other Animals and Insects|
|Barnyard Animals||Reptiles / Amphibians|
|Endangered Animals||Prehistoric Animals|
|Educational Science Powerpoints|
|Educational Science Animal Videos|
|Educational Science Videos|
|Reference Sites to Help in Your Research|
Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Encyclopedia Smithsonian features answers to frequently asked questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources from A to Z
Information Please: On-Line Dictionary; Encyclopedia; Almanac, and MORE
Toronto Zoo Animal Fact Sheets: Animals listed in alphabetical order by regions of the world
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