Promoting the enjoyment, study, and conservation of Wisconsin's birds.

Know any fantastic youth birders? Let’s be a part of trying to get 1 MILLION young birders using the app!

There is a new version 7.7 of Thayer’s Birds of North America – for Free. Students from enrolled in pre-K through high school who are interested in birds can use this Special Code: BirdingWireYoungBirder to get this incredible software for FREE that would otherwise cost ~$50. This birding software, which can be used with Windows or Mac computers, features the 1,007 birds that have been seen in the continental United States and Canada. The software includes more than 6,600 color photos, 1,500 songs and calls, 550 video clips of birds in action, 700 quizzes, and much, much more.

Let’s be a part of trying to get 1 MILLION birders using the app!

Check it out: http://www.birdingwire.com/releases/617c1c8a-7fa9-4278-a61b-e15e9d226415/

Osprey TakenByScottGiese

Photo by Scott Giese. Learn more about Wisconsin's species like this Osprey, which build huge nests on artificial platforms and primarily eat fish.