Birds of Prey at Buteo.com Information about and photographs of birds of prey that can be found in North America.
Conservation Science Institute provides detailed information on the White-tailed Kite, including photos of eggs & hatchlings.
Flight Paths See the bottom section of this page for an explanation of "How Satellites Track Birds".
"Looking After God's Birds" is the title of Susan Cerulean's chapter in Intimate Nature, an anthology written by women who create strong bonds with animals. Learn why Swallow-tailed Kites are referred to as 'God's Birds'.
The Redbone Journal -
On the Trail of the Swallow-Tailed Kite Read
Frederick Rouff's story about "the bird that is most associated with the wild places in Florida".
Swallow-tailed Kite Conservation Priority Review the WatchList criteria used by Partners in Flight (a coalition of state, federal, and private sector conservationists working together to protect the birds of the western hemisphere) to determine the conservation priority of this species.
Swallow-tailed Kite Species Information including identification, range & habitat, reproduction and diet from the Audubon Adopt-a-Bird website.
Swallow-tailed Kites of the Aucilla Read about kites that nest along the Aucilla River near Tallahassee, Florida.
Where do you want to go birding in Brazil today? See the second bulleted item on this page for information on Swallow-tailed Kite conservation in Brazil.
Project Profile - Swallow-tailed Kite ARCI has embarked on a program to identify and protect specific, highly critical winter-roost sites (northern kites) and nesting concentrations (southern kites) in Brazil.
Swallow-tailed Kite Photo of a Swallow-tailed Kite in the Everglades.
Swallow-tailed KitečElanoides forficatus. United States and Canada Distribution. i-bird.com Species distribution map and list of viewing sites.
Critical Mass Award
Scopriosite Cool Site Award
Cool Stuff Useful Site Award
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