Did that really just happen?! Share your images of unexpected encounters or interesting bird behaviors from your feeder site.Enter Your Photo
Let's celebrate teachers and students who love birds! Three schools that are registered FeederWatch participants will be randomly selected to win BirdSpotter prizes. Learn how they use FeederWatch in their classrooms and get tips for making birds exciting and accessible for students of all ages!
Registered FeederWatchers can win BirdSpotter prizes by simply entering data and sharing their best tips, stories, and bird-watching memories. When participants submit bird counts, they will see a "Share your story" prompt and an "Enter to Win" button on their Count Summary page. Four different prompts will be advertised throughout the contest and winners will be randomly selected. Not a FeederWatcher? Join now!
Congratulations to our final data entry winner, Judith Beck! Judith spends her days watching for birds out of one of her eight windows facing three separate feeding stations. She is vigilant about keeping an eye on her birds!
Want to plan your photo submissions and see when contest winners are announced? Here's a peek at the contest schedule for this season.
Show us your hungry birds!
Keeping feathers clean is important and refreshing.
What birds enjoy the sweeter side of life?
Birds that some people consider “boring” are the heart of our dataset. Show us your everyday feeder friends!
Let us soar on the wing.
Those extra calories are delicious and nutritious. What birds enjoy a suet feast?
Let us create a rainbow of feeder birds! Think cardinals, finches, orioles, buntings, and hummingbirds.
Did that really just happen?! Share your images of unexpected encounters or interesting bird behaviors from your feeder site.
Birders often have a "spark" bird, the one that sparked their interest and sent them on a quest to learn more. What bird lit your fire?
Sunflower feeder + suet + heated bath = birds galore. What is your formula for success? Do you have special seed or feeders, or do you rely on habitat and water to draw a crowd? Share your secrets!
Antics abound at our feeder sites, whether it is acrobatic squirrels or clumsy birds. Share a laugh-out-loud moment.
Today is the day to FeederWatch! Do you kick back in a comfortable chair and enjoy a cup of coffee or is your feeder near the office window and you watch as you work? Describe how FeederWatch adds something special to your day.
Schools winners announced December 8, January 5, and February 2