April 9 kicks off the third and final year of the Rusty Blackbird Spring Migration Blitz in Alaska. Through May 31, we’re asking people to enter their Alaska bird sightings—whether they see a Rusty Blackbird or not—in eBird. If you live outside of the state, no problem, you can participate from anywhere in the US and Canada. (Be sure to check dates of the Blitz if you live outside Alaska as the end date may vary for different areas.)
Audubon Alaska’s annual Great American Arctic Birding Challenge takes flight March 1 and runs until June 1. Gather up your team of up to 6 birders and head for your favorite birding spots.
This month’s eBirder of the month challenge, sponsored by Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, encourages you to get out there in this new year and see what you can find!
The 2015 Alaska Bald Eagle Festival is just around the corner, celebrating the largest gathering of Bald Eagles in the world!
The Olive-sided Flycatcher is a declining species, and Alaska Department of Fish and Game researchers are tracking migration to learn more about what might be causing the problem.
Help Rusty Blackbirds by reporting sightings in Alaska on eBird!
Let the games begin! Grab your binoculars and start checking off birds for the 2015 Great American Arctic Birding Challenge.
The 2015 Great Backyard Bird Count has lots to offer participants this year: prizes, a photo contest, and free apps!
This year the Christmas Bird Count (CBC) in Delta Junction recorded a new species for the Interior during the CBC. Cordova was the furthest north count that recorded Eurasian Collared-Dove last season, showing that this species continues to expand its range. Citizen science reports on eBird throughout the year are increasingly important to document species […]
As eBirders, you participate in citizen science every time you enter a sighting. Ever wonder how much scientists really use that data?