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Help Migratory Birds

Get involved, and help make the world a better place for migratory birds.

Three songbirds perched on a tree branch with leafy trees in the backgroudn
Your collective actions can make a big impact for birds. Find out how you can live more Bird Friendly.
A small gray bird, called a gray catbird, standing on a rock
Help birds by following these simple steps to make your backyard and home bird friendly.
The homepage of the Bird Migration Explorer showing a map of North America with buttons and toggle buttons
The Bird Migration Explorer, a state-of-the-art digital platform, allows users to see the most complete data collected on migratory species in their neighborhoods and where those birds go throughout the year. 
A small hummingbird with jewel-toned feathers and a long, thin bill perches on a branch
Follow this simple recipe for hummingbird nectar to attract hummingbirds to your backyard.
neighborhood nestwatch logo
Through this Smithsonian citizen science program, participants contribute to important scientific research by re-sighting banded birds and monitoring nests.
A stylized graphic of a blue bird perched on the branch of a coffee plant. A mug of coffee is behind the bird, and roasted coffee beans are arranged in a circular, sunburst pattern around the bird. The Bird Friendly logo is in the top right corner.
When you drink Bird Friendly® certified coffee, you brew a more biodiverse, sustainable world. Learn more about the only 100% organic, shade-grown coffee certification.