Ornithology

Online Resources

From the Burke

The resources on this page are designed for research reference and use.

ornithology specimens

The Ornithology collections include study skins, spread wings, bird skeletons, egg sets, nests and frozen tissue samples.

American Avocet egg clutch

A study of the seasonal environmental changes influencing when Washington state birds breed and how many eggs they lay.

From Other Organizations
Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)

An international open data infrastructure funded by governments and encouraging common standards, enabling research previously not possible. Visit their website.

VertNet

A National Science Foundation-funded project to make specimen and observation on vertebrate data free and available so people can discover, capture, publish and collaborate. Visit their website.

iDigBio: Integrated Digitized Biocollections

A National Science Foundation-funded project to make biodiversity data free and available so people can discover, capture, publish and collaborate. Visit their website.

Birds of Washington State

Bird Web is the guide to the Birds of Washington State by Seattle Audubon. Visit their website.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

All About Birds is a thorough online guide to birds and bird watching. Visit their website.

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