About Us

Welcome to Buckley Hills Birdwatch – your trusted guide to the avian wonders of Kentucky.

Nestled in the heart of the Bluegrass State, Buckley Hills has long been a sanctuary for both birds and bird enthusiasts alike.

Our team, a flock of passionate birdwatchers, has spent years traversing the trails and terrains of this picturesque region, documenting the diverse species that call it home.

Our Mission

At buckleyhills.org, we have a singular mission: to share our love and knowledge of Kentucky’s feathered inhabitants with enthusiasts, from beginners to seasoned birdwatchers.

Whether you’re drawn to the melodious calls of the Kentucky warbler, the swift flight of the peregrine falcon, or the serene beauty of the herons by the water’s edge, we invite you to spread your wings and explore with us.

We believe that every bird has a story worth telling, and we strive to inspire a deeper understanding and appreciation for Kentucky’s avian treasures.

Join us on this exciting journey as we explore Kentucky, one bird at a time.

Latest posts

  • Are Cardinals Territorial

    Are Cardinals Territorial

    Are Cardinals Territorial? Discover the intriguing behavior of cardinals as they fiercely defend their nests, mates, and young. Learn about their response to threats, defensive displays, changes during breeding season, clashes with reflections, tolerance of humans, reaction to nest disturbance, behavior at bird feeders, and fights with other birds.

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  • Do Bluebirds And Cardinals Get Along

    Do Bluebirds And Cardinals Get Along

    Discover if bluebirds and cardinals can peacefully coexist. Learn about their feeding habits, behaviors, and interactions with other birds. Create a welcoming environment for these stunning species in your yard.

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  • Northern Cardinal

    Northern Cardinal

    Discover the fascinating world of the Northern Cardinal! From its striking appearance to its beautiful songs, learn about its cultural significance and conservation efforts. Explore tips for attracting these birds to your backyard and stay updated on bird conservation.

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