About This Site

Hello and welcome to the Wild-Bird-Watching.com website.

My name is Gene and this page is about this website and what I'm trying to do.

I started this website in 2004 and continue to build on it so that people have a place where they can learn the different habits of the most common backyard birds.

While there are plenty of large university bird oriented websites written by students earning their degrees, this site tries to place as much free infomation in one place and hopefully, from a perspective that is unique to this site.

My love of birds began as a child on a farm back in the mid 60's. I found a baby pigeon (squab is the real term) and fell in love with birds.

I took care of that pigeon until it was able to fly away. I watched as it selected a mate, built a nest and laid eggs.

We moved before the eggs ever hatched but that experience started a journey into birdwatching and bird behavior that has lasted over 50 years, and continues to this day.

I wanted to share with others who enjoy birds and who might have questions about the birds in their own backyards.

In building this website, I've referenced several different text that I use for my own study of bird behavior and identification.

My intent is to provide an interesting website where the novice birder can find information and products that will add to the enjoyment of your birdwatching.

I spend my time walking local nature areas and videoing birds in their native habitat. I hope you find something of interest on this website and return often.

For some of the most current photos and videos check out the FaceBook page at: Wild-Bird-Watching FaceBook Page

Kind regards,

Gene