Birding by State

The United States is a large country, with terrain, climate, and habitat that varies greatly from region to region.  We've all seen those North American birding guides ... but do you really want to sort through descriptions of a bunch of birds that you'll never see in your state? 

A few years ago, I moved from Virginia to Tennessee. The birds I saw at my new home were different from what I was used to. I wanted to know what types of birds I could expect to see and what types of plants I could add to my landscape to help attract them. I searched the internet for answers but the information wasn't all that easy to find. The purpose behind this site is to make it easy for you to find information about the birds you're likely to see where you live or in an area that you'll be visiting. 

Pick Your State


Louisianna Rhode Island Connecticut Alaska Hawaii Washington Oregon California Nevada Arizona Utah Idaho Montana Wyoming Colorado New Mexico Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Minnesota Iowa Wisconsin Illinois Missouri Kansas Oklahoma Arkansas Mississippi Louisianna Alabama Georgia South Carolina North Carolina Tennessee Kentucky Michigan Michigan Indiana Ohio West Virginia Maryland Deleware New Jersey Pennslyvania New York New York Massachusetts Vermont New Hampshire Virginia Florida Texas

State Birding Pages

 

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado
Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho
Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana
Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michican Minnesota Mississippi
Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey
New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma
Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee
Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia
Wisconsin Wyoming        

 

Looking for State Bird Information? We have it.  Just click on the state and you'll find the state bird along with other bird watching information.