North Carolina Birding Portal – Local North Carolina Bird Watching, Bird Feeding and Birding Resources

North Carolina Birding Portal

Northern Cardinal – Cardinalis cardinalis − North Carolina State Bird
(click to Northern Cardinal reference page by Cornell Lab of Ornithology, All About Birds)


Northern Cardinal – Cardinalis cardinalis − North Carolina State Bird − Birding in North Carolina

Wild Bird Company is your friendly resource for North Carolina birding, backyard bird watching and bird feeding since 1989. We welcome you to our North Carolina portal for bird watching and backyard birding resources. We are always available to answer questions about North Carolina wild birds and birds across the US − and to learn about your birding experiences.

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Identify Your North Carolina Wild Birds

Northern Cardinal - Cardinalis cardinalis

Northern Cardinal – Cardinalis cardinalis

Need help identifying the birds in your yard, your region or beyond? Visit “All About Birds” from Cornell Lab of Ornithology to help you in your search for North Carolina wild bird identification, habitat, audio, video and similar species − and for information focused on birds worldwide.

All About Birds, Online Bird Guide (Cornell Lab of Ornothology)

North Carolina Wild Bird Watching Resources

Audubon North Carolina
Nature Conservancy − North Carolina
North Carolina Bird Sightings − Powered by eBird
North Carolina Birding Hotspots Near You by
North Carolina State Parks
Sierra Club − North Carolina
US National Park Service − North Carolina
US National Wildlife Refuges − North Carolina


Wild Bird Company − Missouri Birding Portal − “We’re Wild About Birds!”

Turn Your Backyard into an Entertaining Wild Bird Watching & Feeding Sanctuary . . . . for North Carolina Wild Birds.

Expert birding advice for North Carolina birding, bird watching, feeding, and attracting various species of wild birds to your backyard.

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