All About Birds Blog

Decorate Your Blog With New Buttons!

By on Thursday, May 21st, 2009 - 11 Comments

The new version of All About Birds has been up for about a month now, and it’s about time we offered you some new blog buttons to go along with it.

Perhaps you have one of our original warbler buttons on your site already, or you’ve seen them on other blogs. These new buttons work the same way—they’re a pretty way to link to our site, and you can use them yourself as a convenient way to get to our online bird guide, our new Inside Birding video series, or right back here.

To put them on your site, open up a text widget in your blog and add the appropriate code below—or just add it to directly into your web page’s html:

If you want this button Paste this code
All About Birds: Free Bird Guide and More <a href=""><img src="" alt="All About Birds: Free Bird Guide and More" /></a>
Inside Birding: A video series to help you become a better birder <a href=""><img src="" alt="Inside Birding: A video series to help you become a better birder" /></a>
Round Robin: The Cornell Blog of Ornithology <a href=""><img src="" alt="Round Robin: The Cornell Blog of Ornithology" /></a>

We hope you’ll enjoy these buttons, and that they’ll help you get back to our website so you can get the most out of the birds around you. As always, thanks for your support and participation.

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  1. Britton says:

    The robin is always siting on the nest so i cant see if the eggs have hatched or not.

  2. Therese says:

    Looking forward to backyard bird count. Find your site interesting and inspiring.Thanks for the button!

  3. Julie Ward says:

    a robin has built a nest uncomfortably close to our heavily used back door. All is fine now, but I fear once the eggs are laid, it will be uncomfortable for the mother, therefore us, with it’s protective “attacking”. Should I carefully remove the twig wreath w/ next from our patio wall and attempt to move it to another spot. The nest is on top of the wreath, and partially supported by the wall on which the wreath hangs. Please advise. Thanks.

    • Hugh says:

      Hi and thanks for writing. You can find answers to this and similar questions on our Frequently Asked Questions page:

      In short, it’s a bad idea to try to move a nest once it’s under way. The adults are very likely to abandon the nest. Once the eggs are laid, the nest should be complete and the young gone in less than a month. Robins are very tolerant of human activity, so if you can live with the birds, there’s a good chance the nest will be successful. Good luck!

  4. I came across your site while researching decorating sites (note sure why yours came up) for a client and am happy I did. It is really interesting and I will look to use your buttons.

  5. Lydia Gibbons says:

    Thanks for this it is very kind and thoughtful a nice blog. Due to global warming the migration habits of birds seem to be changing here in Scotland and we often lose out on seeing our favourites, have not seen many Robins this year at all.

  6. Gilsan says:

    Thanks for the offer. The buttons are really nice and I must say that you’ve made a great job with the design of your blog. The tree and the birds look really great. Well done.

  7. Melissa Yost says:

    I want to vote in March Madness! How do I do that? On your FB page?

  8. Raymonde says:

    Thank you so much for the lovely buttons! I grabbed the “All About Birds” one and put it on my Canada-Australia blog celebrating nature and especially birds, here:


  9. Greg Tandy says:

    I have tried to put those, “Warblers for your Website” on my blog and I can put the, “All About Birds” one and, “Bird Like the Pros”, but the others won’t work. How do I fix this?

  10. Leslie says:

    I have a question. We have had a pair of Eastern Bluebirds nesting in a box in our yard. They have been vigilant in guarding the nest and have been very active in the yard. Suddenly, three days ago, they left the nest, and have not been seen since. We looked inside, and found there are three eggs in the box. Can you tell my why they would leave this nest with those eggs in it? What should we do…if anything? Thanks for any answers we can get for this situation.

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