What An Honor – Top 100 Bird Blogs and Websites

Snowy Egret in Mating Plumage by Dan at Gatorland

Top 100 Bird Blogs and Websites For Ornithologists and Bird Lovers

This blog has been selected “by our panelist as one of the Top 100 Bird Blogs on the web.” Wow! What an honor and totally unexpected.

I received an email from the Founder of this list, Anuj Agarwal.

“I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 100 Bird Blogs on the internet, and I’m honored to have you as part of this!”

When I looked through the list, Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus is #20! Wow!

Here is a list of the first 21 blogs or websites out of 100:

  1. Audubon

  2. The Cornell Lab of Ornithology – All About Birds

  3. BirdLife International News

  4. Surfbirds | The World Birding Website

  5. BirdWatching

  6. 10,000 Birds

  7. British Trust for Ornithology | BTO

  8. Bird Note Podcast

  9. Bird Watching HQ

  10. Wild Birds Unlimited

  11. World Birds

  12. Bird Feeder Hub

  13. BirdGuides

  14. Bird Watcher’s Digest | Out There With the Birds Blog

  15. Bird Spot

  16. International Bird Rescue

  17. FeederWatch Blog
  18. Ornithology – The Science of Birds

  19. Outside My Window

  20. Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus

  21. Travels With Birds

  22. And the list goes on to 100

(P.S. This list seems to change. Sometimes it’s 19th or 20th. I’ve seen it change. Not sure how often it is updated.)

Lee with Laughing Kookabura at Brevard Zoo by Dan

Please check out this list of really great and interesting sites of information about our wonderful Avian Wonders!

Seems like I’ll be busy for awhile checking out some fantastic information on all sorts of birdwatching topics.

“But now ask the beasts, and let them teach you; And the birds of the heavens, and let them tell you.” (Job 12:7 NASB)

“Who teaches us more than the beasts of the earth And makes us wiser than the birds of the heavens?'” (Job 35:11 NASB)

Hyacinth Macaw (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) ©Ian Montgomery

Hyacinth Macaw ©Ian Montgomery

Thank you, readers, for visiting this blog for all these 13+ years. Especially, thank you to all of those who have written articles for the blog.

Ian’s Bird of the Week

James J. S. Johnson

Bibleworld Adventures (Golden Eagle)

Emma’s Stories

William Wise

Great Blue Heron; Walton County, Georgia birding photogaphy blog by williamwisephoto.com

Plus, Thank you to our many previous writers like a j mithra, Dottie Malcolm, and others. Also, all the fantastic photographers who have given us permission to use their photos over the years. Especially, my husband, Dan.

The biggest Thanks and Praise goes to the Lord for giving me the idea and inspiration to begin this journey of writing about His Fantastic Avian Creations!

10 thoughts on “What An Honor – Top 100 Bird Blogs and Websites

  1. Well-deserved is putting it mildly! — whoever ranked Leesbird.com as a great birding blogsite should be honored to be mentioned in the same sentence with Leesbird.com ! Lee, your blogsite honors our Lord Jesus Christ so you have gold, silver and precious gems waiting for you above (1st Corinthians 3:9-14; Matthew 6:19-21).

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  2. Very well-deserved and I’m very happy for you! Just look at those other names in the list… some pretty heavy-hitters! And here is Lee’s Christian birding blog right up there with them!!! It is a true testimony to Jesus Christ!

    Not only is your blog full of true and heartfelt info, but it was you and your blog that propelled me into blogging. I thoroughly enjoyed the year (2020) that I committed to post weekly Christian Birding Blogs for your site. With your patience I learned quite a bit. (I should probably renew that commitment to guest post for you again as my 2022 resolution).

    I know your blogs aren’t coming as frequently as they used to, but I always look forward to reading another publication of Lee’s Birdwatching Adventure from Lee! God bless and here’s to more! William

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    • Thanks, William for being a great part of this. Looking forward to seeing more posts from you. They are always welcome.
      I just may have to get back into putting out more posts myself. Been under the weather lately, but the doctor and I found out the answer Friday. 🤔👍 Stay tuned. 😀

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