Under some interesting links towards cr-birding websites.
Complete Guide to bird-watching from your window
bird-watching is a very rewarding hobby (US)
Beginner’s Guide to Bird Watching
The Best ... to Bird-Watch (US)
become a member of the European colour-ring Birding newsgroup ? send a blank mail
International Wader Study Group (IWSG) : The International Wader Study Group is an organisation of enthusiastic professionals and amateurs researching waders, also called shorebirds.
Ornithological Station, Museum and Institute of Zoology of the Polish Academy of Science.
Wetlands International, global links to colour-marking schemes & satellite tracking programmes of waterbirds.
Wetlands International, colour marking of waterbird groups/species undertaken/coordinated in Eurasia/Pacific.
The Partnership for the East Asian-Australasian Flyway, coordination of colour marking.
Japanese Bird Banding Association.
African Bird Ringing Scheme (AFRING).
Animal Demography Unit, colour-ringing of colonial waterbirds on the Cape peninsula.
The North American Bird Banding Program and the Bird Banding Office of Canada , United States Geological Survey's Bird Banding Laboratory (BBL) jointly administer the North American Bird Banding Program.
Bird Banding in America, especially South America.
Banded Gulls on Sable Island, Nova Scotia.
Ring-billed Gulls in North America.
Other Gull ringing in North America.
The Working Group on Waders (WGW), colour-marking of waders.
Photo-Guide to Colour-Ringed Birds, website of Marco Basso.
Wetlands International, Cormorant Research Group, website of Stefano Volponi.
Dutch Gull project, website of Frank Majoor.
Belgium Black-headed Gull project, website of Tim Audenaert.
Grupa Badawcza Ptaków Wodnych "KULING"