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In deep winter, we all appreciate a little sun. Let’s see some yellow birds!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!
This season’s BirdSpotter contest is celebrating teachers and students who love birds. Congratulations to our second winner for this season, Stephanie Morales, and her students at Woodrow Wilson Middle School in Clifton, NJ! They may have several class pets, but watching wild birds has broadened their perspective of the natural world even farther.
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!
Show us your favorite member of the sparrow family.
Show us birds from the cardinal family – that includes grosbeaks, Dickcissels, tanagers, and buntings too!
All birds sporting these wintery hues are welcome
Show us some flying birds!
In deep winter, we all appreciate a little sun. Let’s see some yellow birds!
Birds that some people consider “boring” are the heart of our dataset. Show us your everyday feeder friends!
Share that bird photo you have been waiting to post all season
What’s your favorite bird to see at your feeders? Do you wait all season for a glimpse of it, or does it come every day? Share with us what makes that species so special to see at your feeders!
Antics abound at our feeder sites, whether it is acrobatic squirrels or clumsy birds. Share a laugh-out-loud moment.
There are many ways to improve habitat for wildlife. What do you do to make your backyard a haven for your avian friends?
Do you FeederWatch with someone special, or do you enjoy watching in quiet solitude? Whether it’s with a family member, a pet, or your favorite coffee mug, tell us how you like to FeederWatch!
Schools winners announced December 20, January 17, and February 14