Gee things must be bad -- I'm posting a lot of cheer yourself up stuff lately. But this is cool! E-Nature.com has an online field guide where you can look plants and all kinds of animals up by name or region. Ask experts questions, find park information, and fun games and e-cards. But for birds, you can listen to the calls! And you can track migration, too. Go to Wildlife Guides, Select Birding, then choose Spring Migration. You select your region, and then choose which species you want to look at. They will show you the migration route and where the birds mostly are. Just in time for spring migration, go to:
The image above is a scarlet tanager, courtesy of e-nature.com -- I couldn't add the call!