The Bird-A-Day 2018 interactive daily calendar is unlike any other, designed by bird experts at the Cornell Lab especially for bird lovers.
Bird-A-Day is the first regional page-a-day desk calendar series that showcases birds where people live, just like our field guides (one version for bird lovers in Eastern / Central North America, and a second version for bird lovers that live in Western North America).
Both Bird-A-Day calendars include gorgeous photographs of common birds from both professional and amateur bird photographers, and each page features the latest range map, easy reference icons (i.e., Habitat, Food, Nesting, and Behavior), and fascinating information on that species. We also share special bird and conservation days throughout the year with back-of-page content, and "get out there and go bird watching!" weekend ideas and activities, with some of our best bird watching advice and tips from the Cornell Lab. And of course, Bird-A-Day is fully compatible with our free downloadable BIRD QR app to listen to HD bird sounds on each page and learn more.
Wherever you live across North America, Bird-A-Day is the definitive daily calendar for bird lovers.
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