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Floridabirds.info serves the backyard bird enthusiast of Florida. If you enjoy feeding and watching birds in your yard or local park then we hope to provide you with information to enhance the enjoyment of your hobby.

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Three Wrens - Dan Reinking provides tips on identifying three of the wrens that might show up in your yard.

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Floridabirds.info is part of the Birdzilla.com network of Web sites. You can visit the Birdzilla Web site or one of our other networked sites for even more wild bird information.

I f you have questions about feeding or observing birds in your backyard we would like to hear from you. Questions specific to Florida are the most desired, of course, as are your hints and suggestions for others that share your hobby. E-mail us at info@birdzilla.com. We'll try to respond to everyone that writes and will post the best questions and suggestions to the site. Or, you can......

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Birdbaths and water
Feeders and feed
Gardening & habitat development - Thomas Patrick, Windstar Wildlife Inst.

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Visit the Birdzilla Omnibus to find over 900 species descriptions, 500 range maps and humdreds of songs and photogrpahs. Includes over 10,000 pages of information from the Arthur Cleveland Bent series on the natural history of the birds of North America.

For bird idenfication:
Visit NameThatBird.com for identification tips or to submit a photo for identification.

Recording your sightings:
Visit Birdzilla.com to maintain an online list of the birds you see in your backyard or your lifelist. Or visit the Birdzilla.com Omnibus to record your sightings for everone to see and enjoy.

We hope you enjoy the site. We welcome and encourage your suggestions on making the site more useful and look forward to hearing from you.






FLORIDA STATE BIRD
Northern Mockingbird

(Mimus polyglottos)

If Mark Catesby had accomplished nothing else in his pioneer work of ornithological discovery in Carolina over 200 years ago but introduce the mockingbird to science it would have been a fitting memorial.