Conserve Birds to See Birds
History of the Sister Bird Club Network:

The Network was started in the fall of 2016, when the Cayuga Bird Club in Ithaca, NY reached out to bird clubs in Honduras because many of the Neotropical migratory bird species that breed in NY migrate through or winter in Honduras.  Members of the clubs in Honduras loved the  idea of developing a network and immediately started identifying some possible ways that clubs might work together  to see and conserve the birds we love so dearly.  Before long other clubs in the U.S. and other countries expressed interest in joining the network.  And the rest, as they say, is history.  
Who can join the Sister Bird Club Network?

Any bird club or similar organization (e.g., Audubon Chapter) can join the network.  Just click on the "how to join" button on the main menu, and provide some basic information about your club.  Although the network is intended to link clubs, individual birders are welcome to use this website and to join in any of the activities engaged in by the clubs.  
Where does the Network operate?

Currently, the Sister Bird Club Network operates throughout the Western Hemisphere.  Ultimately, we will have an interactive map here showing locations of all groups in the Network.