We are Christian Birdwatchers who enjoy viewing and photographing the many creatures the Great Creator has made. These are thoughts and activities especially about our Birdwatching Adventures.

This is a copy of the very first Birds of the Bible Blog that started this adventure into blogging.

Birds of the Bible – Introduction

Goal: To encourage your understanding and help you form a mental picture of the fowls or birds of the air found in Scripture.

God has created the fowls and birds and they are mentioned throughout the Bible. When you read the name of a bird, does a mental picture come to view or do you just keep reading without a thought to what you just read? Sure, you know some of them, like the Eagle or a Sparrow, but how about a Bittern, Ossifrage, Hoopoe, or Lapwing? Not just their names are important, but how about the illustrations that use birds to teach lessons? God’s care, strength, provision and other lessons are taught with birds as the examples.

Wood Stork

“But now ask the beasts, and they will teach you; And the birds
of the air, and they will tell you;” Job 12:7

So, let’s get started with:

The Birds of the Bible

“Then God said, ‘Let the waters abound with an abundance of living creatures, and let birds fly above the earth across the face of the firmament of the heavens.’ So God created great sea creatures and every living thing that moves, with which the waters abounded, according to their kind, and every winged bird according to its kind. And God saw that it was good. And God blessed them, saying, ‘Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let birds multiply on the earth.’ So the evening and the morning were the fifth day.” Gen 1: 20-23

Here we see that God created the birds on day five of creation and that “it was good.”

“Out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field and every bird of the air, and brought them to Adam to see what he would call them. And whatever Adam called each living creature, that was its name.” Gen 2:19-20a

Adam was given the privilege of giving all the “critters” their names. Were there as many varieties of birds then as now? There have been changes within the species (kinds), but not evolution (changing from one kind to another kind).

Depending on which copy of the Bible you use, here are some of the names of birds mentioned in the Bible. These will be introduced in following blogs. Not necessarily in the following order.
Bittern; Chicken; Cormorant; Crane; Cuckoo; Dove; Eagle; Falcon; Glede; Hawk; Hen; Heron; Hoopoe; Kite; Lapwing; Night Hawk; Osprey; Ossifrage; Ostrich; Owl; Partridge; Peacock; Pelican; Pigeon; Quail; Raven; Sparrow; Stork; Swallow; Swan; Vulture

Here is a copy of a blog I did when I got to doubting why I am doing this.

I have been thinking about the Birds of the Bible Series I am working on. Yesterday, we finished our Missions Conference at Faith and was motivated even more to do this blog. Today, while searching the internet for information for my next article, I realized again how many others have done similar blogs. Shades of doubt began to form. So, why am I doing this?
The Lord has helped me to REMEMBER why.
1. The Lord wants us to praise Him and declare His mighty and wondrous works.
Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised; And His greatness is unsearchable. One generation shall praise Your works to another, And shall declare Your mighty acts. I will meditate on the glorious splendor of Your majesty, And on Your wondrous works. (Psa 145:3-5)
2. I love bird watching and am amazed and awed at the how God created the birds. Their beauty, structure, song and habits are amazing. To know that they are under the “curse” along with us, and still they are inspiring.
3. As we sang yesterday, “Little Is Much When God Is In It”. My efforts may be small, and this won’t be a famous blog, but to share with others my love for birds and the Lord is strong.
4. My husband also greatly reassured me.
There are a lot of great websites that teach about the Birds of the Bible and others that are all about birds. I will try to share those sites for your information and try not to “re-invent the wheel.”


*** Updated March 10, 2018 ***

This blog was closed for a few years due to health and time issues. Now, it is being, REKINDLED. There may be a few glitches for awhile as I move the original articles back over here from Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus. That is the main blog, but the posts here are geared more for our younger readers. Make it easier than trying to navigate the main blog.


Now here we are starting this Birds of the Bible For Kids. All that was written above applies here, but now we are attempting to bring that same information and more to the younger kids and make it easier to read. Since 2008 when Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures started, many youngsters have visited. They are from different schools; public, private and home-schoolers. They are from other countries and English is not their first language. These posts should make the articles easier to read and understand.

Parents and Grand-parents, I trust you can use these articles, stories, and facts to read to your young people or “kids.” All that is done here is an attempt to encourage all of us to read our Bibles and find out about neat and awesome birds the Lord created, learn from them and His Word.

Lee (7-1-2012)


5 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi! I am the founder of For Girls Like You Magazine, a christian magazine for little girls! We recently had someone request an article on birds and birdwatchers! I would love to know if you are interesting in contributing. Please let me know! God bless. Our site is http://www.forgirlslikeyou.com


  2. I think your blog is great! Very uplifting. To that end, I have nominated you for the “Most Uplifting Blogger Award”.
    Have a great day and God bless you!


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