- Atlas: Saskatchewan Bird Atlas
This site hosted by Environment Saskatchewan's Conservation Data Centre is a computerized atlas of Saskatchewan birds that allows Data entry and retrieval. This site includes all the maps from Bird Atlas of Saskatchewan (Nature Saskatchewan) and subsequent all the Breeding Bird Surveys up to the current year. There is a handbook on how to access the data on the site.
- Bird Safe
birdsafe.ca is a place where you can find out how and why to keep birds safe from daytime and nighttime bird-building collision threats, for your home and for your workplace.
- Chaplin Nature Centre
Chaplin Lake encompasses nearly 20 square miles (45,000 acres) and is the second largest saline water body in Canada. Over 30 species, with a peak count of 67,000 birds in a day use the lake. The Chaplin Nature Centre is located on the Trans Canada Highway way at Chaplin and its new interpretative center is a "must see" activity for any one who is interested in birds. Ask about their bird tours.
- Fifty Birds
Provides wooden bird house designs for fifty North American birds.
- FLAP Canada
At FLAP Canada, it’s their mission to inform and educate people to take actions that keep birds safe from daytime and nighttime bird-building collision threats; homes, workplaces or other built structures.
- Important Bird and Biodiversity Area's of Canada
The IBA site has an On-Line Directory that provides summary information for each of Canada's 597 Important Bird Areas including those in Saskatchewan. The directory can be queried to identify bird populations, habitat types, land use activities, and the conservation status of Important Bird Areas across Canada.Content Here.
- Nature North E-zine
This e-zine out of Manitoba posts new articles and activities with each passing season. What they are really working towards is the production of an Encyclopedia of Nature, one issue at a time. There is a lot of information up on the site already.
- The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Birdwatching
Looking to learn more about our fine feathered friends in the sky? Bird watching continues to grow in popularity among folks of all ages. The hobby—otherwise known as birding—is an excellent way to enjoy nature and become acquainted with all things winged.
www.bird-sounds.net/ is a collection of over 600 bird sounds.