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Research funding to a graduate student at a Missouri university doing ornithological research in Missouri.
With over 400 species recorded, Missouri has a nice smorgasboard available to birders. Read the overview about our birds before heading to the annotated checklist to learn more about distribution. The review list provides a list of species for which documentation is desired and be sure to report interesting sightings to MOBIRDS-L and the seasonal editors for inclusion in The Bluebird and North American Birds.
Join some friendly Missouri birders on an outing or at an ASM meeting. A blue button to the right indicates a special ASM birding event. Check the calendar for an opportunity near you or use one of our many Birders' Guides to explore on your own.
Missouri River Bird Observatory, Arrow Rock State Historic Site
ASM's Records Committee, known as the MBRC, performs many important functions in monitoring the status and distribution of Missouri's birds. Many of their tasks revolve around the evaluation of rare bird reports which may be submitted through our web site. Check the Review List to learn which birds are considered casual or accidental in our state. You will also find products from their work, such as the annotated state checklist, scattered throughout the site. Read more about this important ASM committee: More...