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Another source for becoming a better birder is Bird Watching Daily. They offer a free newsletter as well as loads of tips for beginners and seasoned birdwatchers alike. You can learn about what birds are near you as well as where you might want to go if you intend to travel to see different birds. Check out the Winners of the 2018 Bird Photographer of the Year Contest and then go learn about Conservation Efforts in Brazil.
If you are interested in bird-watching, this online guide by the Cornell University Lab of Ornithology will be right up your alley. Look at beautiful photos of birds as well as great tips on when and where to find the birds that are in your area. Learn about fascinating topics like The Basics of Bird Migration and the 4 Keys to Bird Identification to help you as you learn more about these feathered creatures.
This is another blog affiliated with the Cornell University Ornithology Lab. This one focuses not only on birdwatching but also on photography and taking care of birds. They run photo contests and feature the winners, so you can see some amazing birds that you might not have in your area. Take a look at What’s the Best Way to Clean Your Birdfeeders? as well as this Bold, Bright and Beautiful winner of a photography contest from February.
Surfbirds is an international birding website that focuses on birds not only in North America but also on the other side of the Atlantic in Britain and Europe. In addition to lots and lots of information about birds and birding, there are also resources for those who want to travel to learn more about the birds in other parts of the world. Some articles that you might want to read are Make Your Own Birdbath and 25 of the Rarest Birds in the World.