Welcome to the Idaho Bird by Bird Program!

We believe bird feeding and watching are perfect means for connecting our youth with nature, which has many life-long benefits.

We also know that birding instills a healthy respect for our natural resources, ultimately leading to strong sense of place, stewardship of habitats, and dedication to wildlife heritage.

That is why we created an educational program called “Bird by Bird.”

Birds observed in the last 30 days

Bird By Bird

Today was a very warm day. We saw a ton of House Finches. There was no other birds beside the House Finches. The were eating at the bird feeders, flying by, and perched on the trees. There was very little wind and it is was sunny. We did not expect much birds.

*December Post

In December we wrapped up the final edits of our bird essays.  The students worked hard to create a polished final product.  Each student researched a different bird and examined ways that it has adapted to be successful.  We also had a visit from Mrs. Coffman.  She talked to us about bird calls and songs.  The students were surprised to hear many familiar songs during her lesson.  They will use this knowledge to more accurately identify birds at our feeders.  Speaking of which, they are up and ready to go for the next month!

December News

We had an amazing visit from Mr. W and his friend Cori on December 1st. Cori shared a Great Horned Owl and a Swainson's Hawk with us. We learned a lot about the adaptations of raptors and got a close up look at the features of these birds of prey. They even inspired our classroom holiday door. When Mr. W returned, everyone made a pine cone bird feeder to hang up outside. Mr. W challenged students to keep a log of birds seen at the feeders over the break.

Bird by Bird

Educating children one bird at a time!

Participating Schools