Listed alphabetically

AUDUBON Home page for The National Audubon Society. Covers the mission, policies, and activities of the Society; links to internal and external Web pages for more than 170 of the 500+ local Audubon chapters; a short biography of John James Audubon; and information on joining the Society.

Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm is an environmental education center in western Ohio, whose goal is to promote the protection of birds, other wildlife, and the habitats on which they depend. It is an Audubon Center of the National Audubon Society.

American Birding Association (ABA) North America's largest membership organization for active birders. Information about ABA activities, publications, membership benefits, and an online catalog of bird books, checklists, optical equipment, and other birding accessories, with prices and ordering information.

B-W Greenway An organization dedicated to developing and implementing strategies to preserve and promote natural corridors between the Beaver Creek and Wenrick Wetlands as a link in the Greater Dayton Greenbelt.

Beaver Creek Wetlands Association Describes their mission, shows maps of the Beaver Creek Wetlands, copies of the Association newsletter, current projects, and beautiful photos of the wetlands.

Birdingonthe.Net Doorway to a world of birding information. Contains an extensive list of links to birding information listed geographically by country and/or continent, and further subdivided by state, province, etc. as appropriate. Also links to information on birds grouped by family, articles and publications on birds, and listings of books, software and trip reports.

Black Swamp Bird Observatory An independent non-profit organization dedicated to wildlife research, conservation, and educational programs for the public.

Brukner Nature Center is situated on 165 acres of wooded hills and valleys near Troy, Ohio, and is known for it's natural beauty. It has 6 miles of trails for nature study and birdwatching.

Caesar Creek Lake is a 2,830 acre lake located in Southwestern Ohio. It offers great opportunities to enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, hunting, hiking, camping, birdwatching, wildlife watching, and fossil hunting.

Electronic Resources on Ornithology Another excellent list of links to birding information divided geographically by country or continent. Somewhat similar to Birdlinks above, but different enough to be worth exploring.

Five Rivers MetroParks A guide to the recreation, education, and conservation activities and programs offered year-round free of charge in 24 outstanding public park facilities in Dayton, Ohio and vicinity.

Ohio Ornithological Society Welcoming backyard birdwatchers and researchers in the field alike, the Ohio Ornithological Society is the only statewide organization specifically devoted to fostering a deeper appreciation of wild birds, fellowship and collaboration in advancing our collective knowledge about them, and our ability to speak with one voice to preserve Ohio's bird habitats.

Ohio Birder Resources An excellent guide to birding in Ohio, and includes many links to information about birding in the rest of the U. S., Canada, and around the world. Also provides access to information about the Ohio Bird Records Committee.

Ohio Young Birders Club A club for young birders between the ages of 12 to 18, sponsored by the Black Swamp Bird Observatory(BSBO)<

Nature Compass Appreciating Syzygy: Emily Dickinson, Hog Island, and NASA"
Tom Schaefer, 1981 Dayton Audubon scholarship recipient, writes about some unexpected connections between the Hog Island Audubon Camp and significant people in American culture. In this essay he reflects on his own transcendent first trip to the Audubon Camp and the island's connections to the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge at the Kennedy Space Center. The connection? A world famous birder, of course!