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Bird Collective Field Notes

Discover the latest news and stories about birding and beyond.




Meet the Authors: Molly Adams & Sydney Anderson

We’re excited about the new book "The Feminist Bird Club’s Birding for a Better World," and talked with authors Molly Adams and Sydney Anderson about birds, community, and life transitions.  

Artist Profile: Emily Lumsdaine

Emily Lumsdaine is a vegan tattooer, wildlife rehabilitator, and self-taught artist based in Seattle, WA. Endlessly inspired by nature, she has degrees in biology and avian sciences, and loves to draw flowers, fish and birds.

Artist Profile: Serena Dominguez

Serena Dominguez is an illustrator and visual artist from Miami now living in Brooklyn. She works in a variety of mediums ranging from textiles to drawings, and delights in fine details. A lifelong birder, she also loves dancing, cooking, and spending time with her cat, Merlin.

Artist Profile: Sayada Ramdial

Sayada Ramdial is a freelance illustrator from Trinidad & Tobago, now living in the Pacific Northwest. When she’s not working on children’s books or other illustrations, she enjoys cooking, baking, tending the garden, and hanging out with her cat, Cardamom.

What is the Littoral Zone?

Littoral comes from the latin littoralis "of or belonging to the seashore," and it’s the transitional area between dry land and open water. Get to know and appreciate the locals with our line-up of some of the key characters found in the Northeastern Atlantic littoral zone.

Meet the Birders: Flynn Murray & Willow Noir

This year’s Pride collection photoshoot features Flynn Murray and Willow Noir, two Brooklynites passionate about birds, burlesque, and building a community of queer nature-lovers in nightlife that connect through birdwatching. 

Artist Profile: Casey Girard

Casey Girard is an artist, illustrator, and birder based in Asheville, North Carolina. Their work and personal life reflect their twin passions of art and science. Between balancing their small business and motherhood, they travel to tidal pools and National Wild Life Refuges for entertainment, education, and inspiration.

Artist Profile: Stacie Balkaran

Stacie Balkaran is a Trinidadian-American illustrator, designer and creative communicator living in Washington, D.C. They love cooking, kayaking with their dog Potato Chip, writing and, of course, birdwatching. They hold a Master of Public Health degree.

Artist Profile: Lacy Martin

Lacy Martin is a Connecticut-based artist, graphic designer and farmer. Inspired by the details of nature and metaphorical thinking, she seeks to create artwork that sparks curiosity through balance, color, depth and texture.

Tufted Titmouse: A Backyard Bird Favorite

Even without binoculars, the silhouette alone provides enough clues to identify this popular backyard bird of the eastern United States: the small fin-shaped crest, a short, stout bill and round body. It’s a Tufted Titmouse.


Over this past holiday season, we teamed up with JCR WORK to create a series of backyard bird mobile kits that were the perfect size for tree ornaments. In the process, we got to know Julio, the man behind JCR.

Meet the Birder: Sam DeJarnett

Sam DeJarnett is a birder of four years and the creator/host of the Always Be Birdin’ Podcast, a podcast that provides platforms for Black and non-Black people of color who are birders and conservationists. Read more about Sam and her birding philosophy in our latest blog.