Migration is a highlight of spring birding for many birders, but when exactly can you expect migrating birds to arrive? Learning about migration can help you enjoy every bird that passes by throughout the season.
- When Is Spring Migration?
- Migration Birding Tips
- Attract Birds During Migration
- Threats to Migrating Birds
Spring Field Birding Tips
Visiting favorite hotspots in spring is sure to yield new birds every day as migrants pass through and summer residents arrive. These tips can help you take advantage of every birding opportunity you have during this amazing season.
Backyard Birding in Spring
One of the most exciting spring moments for any birder is seeing a favorite species return to the backyard. Get your backyard ready to welcome returning migrants with these tips for backyard birding in spring.
Feeding Spring Birds
Spring birds are eagerly looking for rich food sources, not only to refuel from their grueling migration but also to stay healthy for attracting mates, producing eggs and raising hatchlings. Offering good foods is a sure way to enjoy spring birds.
Spring Birds to Watch For
Every birder has favorite species they enjoy in every season, and some of the most popular spring birds are not only those that are first to arrive and signal the end of winter, but also those with colorful plumage that is welcome after winter's white.
Fun With Spring Birds
On the warm, bright days of spring, there's always more fun to have with birds! Enjoy these great activities that can get you out and enjoying every seasonal bird as well as bringing them right to you.