When you submit a checklist to eBird, you make your observations available to the global community of researchers, educators, conservationists, birders, and anyone else with an interest in birds. These data are freely available for download here. This list of publications highlights ways in which eBird data are being put to use. We would like this list of publications to be as inclusive as possible, so if you know of other publications that have made use of eBird please let us know.
Cazalis, V., K. Princé, K., J. Mihoub, J. Kelly, S. H. M. Butchart, and A. S. L. Rodrigues (2020). “Effectiveness of protected areas in conserving tropical forest birds.” Nature Communications 11(4461).
Avian responses to extreme weather across functional traits and temporal scales.” Global Change Biology 26: 4240– 4250, D. . “
Jose V, S. and P. O. Nameer (2020). “The expanding distribution of the Indian Peafowl (Pavo cristatus) as an indicator of changing climate in Kerala, southern India: A modelling study using MaxEnt.” Ecological Indicators 110.
Martín B., A. Onrubia, J. González-Arias, and J. A. Vicente-Vírseda (2020). “Citizen sicence for predicting spatio-temporal patterns in seabird abundance during migration.” PLoSONE 15(8): e0236631.
Praveen, J. and P. Lowther (2020). “Avian brood parasitism in South Asia.” Indian Birds 16(4): 103-119.
Adesh, K., S. Ankit and K. Amita (2019). “Using citizen science in assessing the distribution of Sarus Crane (Grus antigone antigone) in Uttar Pradesh, India.” International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation 11(2): 58-68.
Alexandrino, E. R., A. B. Navarro, V. F. Paulete, M. Camolesi, V. G. R. Lima, A. Green, T. De Conto, K. M. P. M. de Barro Ferraz, Ç. H. Şekercioğlu and H. T. Z. Do Couto (2019). “Challenges in Engaging Birdwatchers in Bird Monitoring in a Forest Patch: Lessons for Future Citizen Science Projects in Agricultural Landscapes.” Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 4(1).
Ball-Damerow, J. E., L. Brenskelle, N. Barve, P. S. Soltis, P. Sierwald, R. Bieler, R. LaFrance, A. H. Arino and R. P. Guralnick (2019). “Research applications of primary biodiversity databases in the digital age.” PLoS One 14(9): e0215794.
Battey, C. J. (2019). “Ecological release of the Anna’s Hummingbird during a northern range expansion.” The American Naturalist.
Bayraktarov, E., G. Ehmke, J. O’Connor, E. L. Burns, H. A. Nguyen, L. McRae, H. P. Possingham and D. B. Lindenmayer (2019). “Do Big Unstructured Biodiversity Data Mean More Knowledge?” Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6.
Bennett, R. E., A. D. Rodewald and K. V. Rosenberg (2019). “Overlooked sexual segregation of habitats exposes female migratory landbirds to threats.” Biological Conservation 240.
Brooks, T. M., S. L. Pimm, H. R. Akcakaya, G. M. Buchanan, S. H. M. Butchart, W. Foden, C. Hilton-Taylor, M. Hoffmann, C. N. Jenkins, L. Joppa, B. V. Li, V. Menon, N. Ocampo-Penuela and C. Rondinini (2019). “Measuring Terrestrial Area of Habitat (AOH) and Its Utility for the IUCN Red List.” Trends Ecol Evol 34(11): 977-986.
Callaghan, C. T., I. Benson, R. E. Major, J. M. Martin, T. Longden and R. T. Kingsford (2019). “Birds are valuable: the case of vagrants.” Journal of Ecotourism: 1-11.
Callaghan, C. T., R. E. Major, M. B. Lyons, J. M. Martin, J. H. Wilshire, R. T. Kingsford and W. K. Cornwell (2019). “Using citizen science data to define and track restoration targets in urban areas.” Journal of Applied Ecology.
Callaghan, C. T., R. E. Major, J. H. Wilshire, J. M. Martin, R. T. Kingsford and W. K. Cornwell (2019). “Generalists are the most urban-tolerant of birds: a phylogenetically controlled analysis of ecological and life history traits using a novel continuous measure of bird responses to urbanization.” Oikos.
Callaghan, C. T., A. G. B. Poore, R. E. Major, J. J. L. Rowley and W. K. Cornwell (2019). “Optimizing future biodiversity sampling by citizen scientists.” Proc Biol Sci 286(1912): 20191487.
Callaghan, C. T., J. H. Wilshire, J. M. Martin, R. E. Major, M. B. Lyons and R. T. Kingsford (2019). “The Greenspace Bird Calculator: a citizen-driven tool for monitoring avian biodiversity in urban greenspaces.” Australian Zoologist.
Chavez, C., E. Tabilo and C. Jofre (2019). “Tsunami effects on Coquimbo Bay wetland water bird species composition, associated with the 2015 Mw8.4 Illapel earthquake (northern Chile).” Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research 47(5): 845-852.
Cohen, B. S., S. E. Askin, G. D. Balkcom, R. J. J. Benedict, J. A. Rader, J. D. James, B. A. Collier and M. J. Chamberlain (2019). “Survival and Distribution of Black-bellied Whistling-duck (Dendrocygna autumnalis) in the Southeastern United States.” Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 6: 123-128.
Cooper, N. W., D. N. Ewert, J. M. Wunderle, E. H. Helmer and P. P. Marra (2019). “Revising the wintering distribution and habitat use of the Kirtland’s warbler using playback surveys, citizen scientists, and geolocators.” Endangered Species Research 38: 79-89.
D’Addario, M., O. Monroy-Vilchis, M. M. Zarco-González and D. Santos-Fita (2019). “Potential distribution of Aquila chrysaetos in Mexico: Implications for conservation.” Avian Biology Research: 1-9.
Dobbs, R. C., J. Carter and J. L. Schulz (2019). “Limpkin, Aramus guarauna (L., 1766) (Gruiformes, Aramidae), extralimital breeding in Louisiana is associated with availability of the invasive Giant Apple Snail, Pomacea maculata Perry, 1810 (Caenogastropoda, Ampullariidae).” Check List 15(3): 497-507.
Freeman, B. and A. T. Peterson (2019). “Completeness of digital accessible knowledge of the birds of western Africa: Priorities for survey.” The Condor: Ornithological Applications.
Hedley, R. W. (2019). “Long‐distance movements and evidence of post‐breeding elevational movements by Cassin’s Vireos.” Journal of Field Ornithology 90(4): 335-347.
Hensley, C. B., C. H. Trisos, P. S. Warren, J. MacFarland, S. Blumenshine, J. Reece and M. Katti (2019). “Effects of Urbanization on Native Bird Species in Three Southwestern US Cities.” Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7.
Horton, K. G., B. M. Van Doren, F. A. La Sorte, E. B. Cohen, H. L. Clipp, J. J. Buler, D. Fink, J. F. Kelly and A. Farnsworth (2019). “Holding steady: Little change in intensity or timing of bird migration over the Gulf of Mexico.” Glob Chang Biol.
Humphreys, J. M., J. L. Murrow, J. D. Sullivan, D. J. Prosser and D. Zurell (2019). “Seasonal occurrence and abundance of dabbling ducks across the continental United States: Joint spatio-temporal modelling for the Genus Anas.” Diversity and Distributions.
Johnston, A., W. M. Hochachka, M. E. Strimas-Mackey, V. R. Gutierrez, O. J. Robinson, E. T. Miller, T. Auer, S. T. Kelling and D. Fink (2019). “Best practices for making reliable inferences from citizen science data: case study using eBird to estimate species distributions.” bioRxiv.
Jones, A. W., A. T. Boone, C. L. Brennan, P. G. Rodewald and E. Kistler (2019). “Documentation of a hybrid Spizella sparrow using spectographic and genetic analysis.” Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 139(2).
Kain, M. P. and B. M. Bolker (2019). “Predicting West Nile virus transmission in North American bird communities using phylogenetic mixed effects models and eBird citizen science data.” Parasit Vectors 12(1): 395.
Kelling, S., A. Johnston, A. Bonn, D. Fink, V. Ruiz-Gutierrez, R. Bonney, M. Fernandez, W. M. Hochachka, R. Julliard, R. Kraemer and R. Guralnick (2019). “Using Semistructured Surveys to Improve Citizen Science Data for Monitoring Biodiversity.” Bioscience 69(3): 170-179.
Klingbeil, B. T., F. A. La Sorte, C. A. Lepczyk, D. Fink, C. H. Flather and C. Sheard (2019). “Geographical associations with anthropogenic noise pollution for North American breeding birds.” Global Ecology and Biogeography 29(1): 148-158.
Koparde, P., P. Mehta, S. Mukherjee and V. V. Robin (2019). “Quaternary climatic fluctuations and resulting climatically suitable areas for Eurasian owlets.” Ecology and Evolution.
Koylu, C., C. Zhao and W. Shao (2019). “Deep Neural Networks and Kernel Density Estimation for Detecting Human Activity Patterns from Geo-Tagged Images: A Case Study of Birdwatching on Flickr.” ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 8(1).
Kumar, A., A. Sinha and A. Kanaujia (2019). “Role of citizen science in GIS mapping of Indian grey hornbill in Uttar Pradesh.” Biodiversity International Jounal 3(2): 85-90.
La Sorte, F. A., D. Fink and A. Johnston (2019). “Time of emergence of novel climates for North American migratory bird populations.” Ecography.
Lele, A. and C. K. Vishnudas (2019). “On the elevational range of the Streak-throated Woodpecker Picus xanthopygaeus.” Indian BIRDS 14(6): 189-190.
Li, J., A. C. Hughes and D. Dudgeon (2019). “Mapping wader biodiversity along the East Asian-Australasian flyway.” PLoS One 14(1): e0210552.
Menzies, R. K. and M. Rao (2019). “Eastern Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca at Dibru-Saikhowa National Park, Assam.” Indian BIRDS 15(2): 60-61.
Miller, D. A. W., K. Pacifici, J. S. Sanderlin, B. J. Reich and B. Gardner (2019). “The recent past and promising future for data integration methods to estimate species’ distributions.” Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10(1): 22-37.
Miller, E. T., G. M. Leighton, B. G. Freeman, A. C. Lees and R. A. Ligon (2019). “Ecological and geographical overlap drive plumage evolution and mimicry in woodpeckers.” Nature Communications 10(1).
Pérez-Arteaga, A., T. Monterrubio-Rico, D. C. Huacuz-Elías and Y. H. Diego (2019). “Nidos y nidadas de pato mexicano (Anas diazi) en Pénjamo, Guanajuato, México.” Acta Universitaria 29: 1-9.
Pérez-Arteaga, A., S. S. Zalapa and S. Guerrero-Vázquez (2019). “Photographic evidence of wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) in La Primavera Forest, Jalisco, Mexico.” Huitzil, Revista Mexicana de Ornitología 20(2): 1-8.
Ralston, J., A. M. FitzGerald, S. E. Scanga and J. J. Kirchman (2019). “Observations of habitat associations in boreal forest birds and the geographic variation in bird community composition.” The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 131(1).
Ramoni‐Perazzi, P., K. L. Schuchmann, A. Weller, I. A. Soto‐Werschitz and M. Passamani (2019). “Niches and radiations: A case study on the Andean Sapphire‐vented Puffleg (Eriocnemis luciani) and Coppery‐naped Puffleg (E. sapphiropygia) (Aves, Trochilidae).” Journal of Avian Biology.
Redding, D. W., A. L. Pigot, E. E. Dyer, C. H. Sekercioglu, S. Kark and T. M. Blackburn (2019). “Location-level processes drive the establishment of alien bird populations worldwide.” Nature 571(7763): 103-106.
Ribeiro, I., V. Proenca, P. Serra, J. Palma, C. Domingo-Marimon, X. Pons and T. Domingos (2019). “Remotely sensed indicators and open-access biodiversity data to assess bird diversity patterns in Mediterranean rural landscapes.” Sci Rep 9(1): 6826.
Rimmer, C. C., J. D. Lloyd and J. A. Salguero-Faria (2019). “Overwintering Bicknell’s Thrush (Catharus bicknelli) in Puerto Rico—rare and local.” The Journal of Caribbean Ornithology 32: 34-38.
Rodewald, A. D., M. Strimas-Mackey, R. Schuster and P. Arcese (2019). “Tradeoffs in the value of biodiversity feature and cost data in conservation prioritization.” Sci Rep 9(1): 15921.
Rodriguez-Flores, C. I., J. F. Ornelas, S. Wethington and M. D. C. Arizmendi (2019). “Are hummingbirds generalists or specialists? Using network analysis to explore the mechanisms influencing their interaction with nectar resources.” PLoS One 14(2): e0211855.
Sanford, E., J. L. Sones, M. Garcia-Reyes, J. H. R. Goddard and J. L. Largier (2019). “Widespread shifts in the coastal biota of northern California during the 2014-2016 marine heatwaves.” Sci Rep 9(1): 4216.
Schuster, R., S. Wilson, A. D. Rodewald, P. Arcese, D. Fink, T. Auer and J. R. Bennett (2019). “Optimizing the conservation of migratory species over their full annual cycle.” Nat Commun 10(1): 1754.
Sorte, F. A. L. and M. Somveille (2019). “Survey completeness of a global citizen‐science database of bird occurrence.” Ecography.
Steen, V. A., C. S. Elphick, M. W. Tingley and T. Albright (2019). “An evaluation of stringent filtering to improve species distribution models from citizen science data.” Diversity and Distributions 25(12): 1857-1869.
Suryawanshi, K. R. and K. S. G. Sundar (2019). “Breeding ecology of the Painted Stork Mycteria leucocephala in a managed urban wetland.” Indian BIRDS 15(2): 33-37.
Tonra, C. M., M. T. Hallworth, T. J. Boves, J. Reese, L. P. Bulluck, M. Johnson, C. Viverette, K. Percy, E. M. Ames, A. Matthews, M. C. Slevin, R. R. Wilson and E. I. Johnson (2019). “Concentration of a widespread breeding population in a few critically important nonbreeding areas: Migratory connectivity in the Prothonotary Warbler.” The Condor.
Uehling, J. J., J. Tallant and S. Pruett-Jones (2019). “Status of naturalized parrots in the United States.” Journal of Ornithology.
van Dort, J. and R. Juárez (2019). “First breeding records of Southern Lapwing Vanellus chilensis for Honduras.” Cotinga 41: 119-110.
Vyas, S. (2019). “The birds of the Delhi area: An annotated checklist.” Indian BIRDS: Monograph(1): 1-128.
Wilson, S., R. Schuster, A. D. Rodewald, J. R. Bennett, A. C. Smith, F. A. La Sorte, P. H. Verburg and P. Arcese (2019). “Prioritize diversity or declining species? Trade-offs and synergies in spatial planning for the conservation of migratory birds in the face of land cover change.” Biological Conservation 239.
Winger, B. M., B. C. Weeks, A. Farnsworth, A. W. Jones, M. Hennen and D. E. Willard (2019). “Nocturnal flight-calling behaviour predicts vulnerability to artificial light in migratory birds.” Proc Biol Sci 286(1900): 20190364.
Xu, Y., Y. Si, S. Yin, W. Zhang, M. Grishchenko, H. H. T. Prins, P. Gong and W. F. de Boer (2019). “Species-dependent effects of habitat degradation in relation to seasonal distribution of migratory waterfowl in the East Asian–Australasian Flyway.” Landscape Ecology.
Young, B. E., N. Dodge, P. D. Hunt, M. Ormes, M. D. Schlesinger and H. Y. Shaw (2019). “Using citizen science data to support conservation in environmental regulatory contexts.” Biological Conservation 237: 57-62.
A., I. V. and R. Gassah (2018). “Sighting of the Golden-crested Myna Ampeliceps coronatus in Karimganj District, Assam with notes on its distribution.” Indian BIRDS 14(6): 168-172.
Alexandrino, E. R., R. L. de Souza Mendes, K. M. P. M. de Barros Ferraz and H. T. Z. do Couto (2018). “Regiões paulistas carentes de registros ornitológicos feitos por cidadãos cientistas.” Atualidades Ornitológicas 201: 33-39.
Arjun, C. P. and R. Roshnath (2018). “Status of Greater Flamingos Phoenicopterus roseus in Kerala.” Indian BIRDS 14(2): 43-45.
Atlas, E. (2018). “Atlas das Aves Invernantes e Migradoras de Portugal 2011-2013.” Sociedade Portuguesa para o Estudo das Aves, LabOr- Laboratório de Ornitologia – ICAAM – Universidade de Évora, Instituto da Conservação da Natureza e das Florestas, Instituto das Florestas e Conservação da Natureza (Madeira), Secretaria Regional da Energia, Ambiente e Turismo (Açores) e Associação APortuguesa de Anilhadores de Aves. Lisboa.
Baidya, P. and M. Bhagat (2018). “A checklist of the birds of Goa, India.” Indian BIRDS 14(1): 1-31.
Boakes, E. H., R. A. Fuller and P. J. K. McGowan (2018). “The extirpation of species outside protected areas.” Conservation Letters.
Callaghan, C. T. and D. M. Brooks (2018). “History, Current Distribution, and Status of the Egyptian Goose (Alopochen aegyptiaca) In the Contiguous United States.” The Southwestern Naturalist 62(4): 296-300.
Callaghan, C. T., R. E. Major, M. B. Lyons, J. M. Martin and R. T. Kingsford (2018). “The effects of local and landscape habitat attributes on bird diversity in urban greenspaces.” Ecosphere 9(7).
Callaghan, C. T., J. M. Martin, R. E. Major and R. T. Kingsford (2018). “Avian monitoring — comparing structured and unstructured citizen science.” Wildlife Research.
Carvajal, M. A., A. J. Alaniz, C. Smith-Ramírez, K. E. Sieving and A. Syphard (2018). “Assessing habitat loss and fragmentation and their effects on population viability of forest specialist birds: Linking biogeographical and population approaches.” Diversity and Distributions.
Cenizo, M., J. Noriega, J. Diederle, E. Soibelzon, L. Soibelzon, S. Rodriguez and E. Beilinson (2018). “An unexpected large Crested Tinamou (Eudromia, Tinamidae, Aves) near to Last Glacial Maximum (MIS 2, late Pleistocene) of the Argentine Pampas.” Historical Biology: 1-9.
Colombo, M. A. and L. N. Segura (2018). “Southernmost record of Yellow-headed Vulture, Cathartes burrovianus Cassin, 1845 (Cathartiformes, Cathartidae), in Buenos Aires province, Argentina.” Check List 14(4): 671-674.
Curry, C. M., J. D. Ross, A. J. Contina and E. S. Bridge (2018). “Varying dataset resolution alters predictive accuracy of spatially explicit ensemble models for avian species distribution.” Ecol Evol 8(24): 12867-12878.
Cursach, J. A., J. R. Rau, S. Gelcich and J. Radríguez-Maulén (2018). “Situación poblacional del pelícano peruano (Pelecanus thagus) en Chile: prospección inicial.” ORNITOLOGIA NEOTROPICAL 29: 77-89.
Dardanelli, S., C. F. Reales and J. A. Sarquis (2018). “Avifaunal inventory of northern Entre Ríos, Argentina: noteworthy records and conservation prospects.” Revista del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales 20(2): 217-227.
Derryberry, E. P., N. Seddon, G. E. Derryberry, S. Claramunt, G. F. Seeholzer, R. T. Brumfield and J. A. Tobias (2018). “Ecological drivers of song evolution in birds: Disentangling the effects of habitat and morphology.” Ecology and Evolution.
Drever, M. C., J. F. Provencher, P. D. O’Hara, L. Wilson, V. Bowes and C. M. Bergman (2018). “Are ocean conditions and plastic debris resulting in a ‘double whammy’ for marine birds?” Marine Pollution Bulletin 133: 684-692.
Drucker, J. R., R. E. Bennett, L. K. Fried, M. L. Kazour and D. J. J. McNeil (2018). “New sightings of melanistic Green Herons (Butorides virescens) in the Caribbean suggest overlooked polymorphism.” The Journal of Caribbean Ornithology 31: 38-47.
Eisermann, K. and C. Avendaño (2018). “An update on the inventory, distribution and residency status of bird species in Guatemala.” Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 138(3): 148-229.
Falcón, W. and R. L. Tremblay (2018). “From the cage to the wild: Introductions of Psittaciformes to Puerto Rico.” bioRxiv: 1-38.
Freeman, B. G. and E. T. Miller (2018). “Why do crows attack ravens? The roles of predation threat, resource competition, and social behavior.” The Auk 135(4): 857-867.
García-Navas, V., M. Rodríguez-Rey and L. Christidis (2018). “Ecological opportunity and ecomorphological convergence in Australasian robins (Petroicidae).” Journal of Avian Biology 49(2).
Gilfeder, M., C. J. Robinson, J. E. M. Watson, T. G. Campbell, B. L. Sullivan and H. P. Possingham (2018). “Brokering Trust in Citizen Science.” Society & Natural Resources.
Gjerdum, C., J. Loch and D. A. Fifield (2018). “The Recent Invasion of Cory’s Shearwaters into Atlantic Canada.” Northeastern Naturalist 25(4): 532-544.
Gutiérez-Tapia, P., M. Ignacio Azócar and S. A. Castro (2018). “A citizen-based platform reveals the distribution of functional groups inside a large city from the Southern Hemisphere: e-Bird and the urban birds of Santiago (Central Chile).” Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 91(3).
Hardisty, A. R., L. Belbin, D. Hobern, M. A. McGeoch, R. Pirzl, K. J. Williams and W. D. D. Kissling (2018). “Research infrastructure challenges in preparing essential biodiversity variables data products for alien invasive species.” Environmental Research Letters.
Hardy, S. P., D. R. Hardy and K. Castañeda Gil (2018). “Avian nesting and roosting on glaciers at high elevation, Cordillera Vilcanota, Peru.” The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130(4): 940-957.
Hardy, S. P., D. R. Hardy and K. C. Gil (2018). “Avian nesting and roosting on glaciers at high elevation, Cordillera Vilcanota, Peru.” The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130(4): 940-957.
Horns, J. J., F. R. Adler and Ç. H. Şekercioğlu (2018). “Using opportunistic citizen science data to estimate avian population trends.” Biological Conservation 221: 151-159.
Horton, K. G., B. M. Van Doren, F. A. La Sorte, D. Fink, D. Sheldon, A. Farnsworth and J. F. Kelly (2018). “Navigating north: how body mass and winds shape avian flight behaviours across a North American migratory flyway.” Ecol Lett.
Irving, G. J., P. D. Round, T. Savini, A. J. Lynam and G. A. Gale (2018). “Collapse of a tropical forest bird assemblage surrounding a hydroelectric reservoir.” Global Ecology and Conservation 16.
Jain, A., J. G. H. Lee, N. Chao, C. Lees, R. Orenstein, B. C. Strange, S. C. L. Chng, W. Marthy, C. A. Yeap, Y. Y. Hadiprakarsa and M. Rao (2018). “Helmeted Hornbill (Rhinoplax vigil): Status Review, Range-wide Conservation Strategy and Action Plan (2018-2027).” IUCN Species Survival Commission Hornbill Specialist Group.
Jiménez-Guevara, C. D., J. I. Campos-Rodríguez, X. Flores-Leyva and R. Avellaneda-Real (2018). “Roseate Spoonbill (Platalea ajaja) at Lake Zumpango, State of Mexico.” Huitzil, Revista Mexicana de Ornitología 19(1): 75-78.
Kannan, R., V. Santharam, A. Kannan and V. M. Nagarajan (2018). “True winter distribution of the Forest Wagtail Dendronanthus indicus in India.” Indian BIRDS 14(2): 33-36.
Kilpp, J. C., P. Cruz, M. E. Iezzi, D. Varela and U. Balza (2018). “Determining the wintering range of Broad-winged Hawk (Buteo platypterus) in South American using citizen-science database.” ORNITOLOGIA NEOTROPICAL 29: 337-342.
La Sorte, F. A., C. A. Lepczyk, J. L. Burnett, A. H. Hurlbert, M. W. Tingley and B. Zuckerberg (2018). “Opportunities and challenges for big data ornithology.” The Condor 120(2): 414-426.
Lang, S. D. J., R. P. Mann and D. R. Farine (2018). “Temporal activity patterns of predators and prey across broad geographic scales.” Behavioral Ecology.
Lloyd, J. D. (2018). “The recent expansion of Fox Sparrow (Passerella iliaca iliaca) breeding range into the northeastern United States.” PeerJ 6:e6087.
Luna, Á., P. Romero-Vidal, F. Hiraldo and J. Tella (2018). “Cities favour the recent establishment and current spread of the Eurasian collared dove Streptopelia decaocto (Frivaldszky, 1838) in Dominican Republic.” BioInvasions Records 7(1): 95-99.
Magee, D., J. E. Taylor and M. Scotch (2018). “The Effects of Sampling Location and Predictor Point Estimate Certainty on Posterior Support in Bayesian Phylogeographic Generalized Linear Models.” Sci Rep 8(1): 5905.
Martínez-Menjivar, M. A. (2018). “Distribución potencial de guara roja (Ara macao cyanoptera) en la Reserva del Hombre y la Biosfera del río Plátano (RHRBP), Honduras.” Zeledonia 22(1): 21-32.
McEntee, J. P., J. A. Tobias, C. Sheard and J. G. Burleigh (2018). “Tempo and timing of ecological trait divergence in bird speciation.” Nature Ecology & Evolution.
Menzies, R. K. and M. Rao (2018). “Common Starling Sturnus vulgaris in Anini, Arunachal Pradesh.” Indian BIRDS 14(3): 90.
Miller, E. T., J. E. McCormack, G. Levandoski and B. R. McKinney (2018). “Sixty years on: birds of the Sierra del Carmen, Coahuila, Mexico, revisited.” Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 138(4): 318-334.
Muller, J. A., J. A. Veech and R. M. Kostecke (2018). “Landscape-scale habitat associations of Sprague’s Pipits wintering in the southern United States.” Journal of Field Ornithology.
Palacio, R. D., V. Vidal-Astudillo, G. Cárdenas and J. Luna-Solarte (2018). “Aves del municipio de Santiago de Cali, Valle del Cauca, Colombia.” Biota Colombiana 18(2): 228-238.
Perdomo, O., P. Salazar-Báez and L. Fernández-L (2018). “Avifauna de Páez, Boyacá: alternativa para la conservación y la educación ambiental.” Ciencia En Desarrollo 9(2).
Peterson, A. T., R. S. Kumar, M. V. Nair and G. Talukdar (2018). “Digital Accessible Knowledge of the birds of India: characterizing gaps in time and space.” Current Science 115(1): 35-42.
Praveen, J., S. Subramanya and V. M. Raj (2018). “Karnataka checklist: Corrections and additions.” Indian BIRDS 14(4): 127-128.
Reich, B. J., K. Pacifici, J. W. Stallings and D. Kriticos (2018). “Integrating auxiliary data in optimal spatial design for species distribution modelling.” Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
Robinson, O. J., V. Ruiz-Gutierrez, D. Fink, R. J. Meese, M. Holyoak and E. G. Cooch (2018). “Using citizen science data in integrated population models to inform conservation.” Biological Conservation 227: 361-368.
Rosenblatt, C. J. and D. N. Bonter (2018). “Characteristics of fields used by birds in winter in New York.” The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130(4): 924-931.
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La Sorte, F. A., D. Fink, W. M. Hochachka, A. Farnsworth, A. D. Rodewald, K. V. Rosenberg, B. L. Sullivan, D. W. Winkler, C. Wood, S. Kelling and W. Daniel Kissling (2014). “The role of atmospheric conditions in the seasonal dynamics of North American migration flyways.” Journal of Biogeography: n/a-n/a.
La Sorte, F. A., M. W. Tingley and A. H. Hurlbert (2014). “The role of urban and agricultural areas during avian migration: an assessment of within-year temporal turnover.” Global Ecology and Biogeography: n/a-n/a.
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Van Doren, B. M., D. Sheldon, J. Geevarghese, W. M. Hochachka and A. Farnsworth (2014). “Autumn morning flights of migrant songbirds in the northeastern United States are linked to nocturnal migration and winds aloft.” The Auk 132(1): 105-118.
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Carmona, R., N. Arce, V. Ayala-Perez, A. Hernández, J. B. Buchanan, L. J. Salzer, P. S. Tomkovich, J. A. Johnson, R. E. Gill, B. J. McCaffrey, J. E. Lyons, L. J. Niles and D. Newstead (2013). “Red Knot Calidris canutus roselaari migration connectivity, abundance and non-breeding distribution along the Pacific coast of the Americas.” Wader Study Group Bulletin 120(3): 168-180.
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Fink, D., T. Damoulas and J. Dave (2013). Adaptive Spatio-Temporal Exploratory Models: Hemisphere-wide species distributions from massively crowdsourced eBird data. AAAI.
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Kelling, S., C. Lagoze, W.-K. Wong, J. Yu, T. Damoulas, J. Gerbracht, D. Fink and C. Gomes (2013). “eBird: A Human / Computer Learning Network to Improve Biodiversity Conservation and Research.” AI Magazine 34(1): 10-20.
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Laughlin, A. J., C. M. Taylor, D. W. Bradley, D. LeClair, R. G. Clark, R. D. Dawson, P. O. Dunn, A. Horn, M. Leonard, D. R. Sheldon, D. Shutler, L. A. Whittingham, D. W. Winkler and D. R. Norris (2013). “Integrating information from geolocators, weather radar, and citizen science to uncover a key stopover area of an aerial insectivore.” The Auk 130(2): 230-239.
Miller, E. T., A. E. Zanne and R. E. Ricklefs (2013). “Niche conservatism constrains Australian honeyeater assemblages in stressful environments.” Ecol Lett 16(9): 1186-1194.
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Hochachka, W. and D. Fink (2012). “Broad-scale citizen science data from checklists: prospects and challenges for macroecology.” Frontiers of Biogeography 4(4).
Hochachka, W. M., D. Fink, R. A. Hutchinson, D. Sheldon, W. K. Wong and S. Kelling (2012). “Data-intensive science applied to broad-scale citizen science.” Trends Ecol Evol 27(2): 130-137.
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Munson, M. A., R. Caruana, D. Fink, W. M. Hochachka, M. Iliff, K. V. Rosenberg, D. Sheldon, B. L. Sullivan, C. Wood and S. Kelling (2010). “A method for measuring the relative information content of data from different monitoring protocols.” Methods in Ecology and Evolution: no-no.
R., B. o. M. n., V. Sánchez-Cordero, M. A. G. Hidalgo, J. A. I. Hernández, G. E. Magana-Cota and F. J. B. Lopez (2010). “First record of the Crested Guan (Penelope purpurascens) in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico.” Acta Zoológica Mexicana 26(1): 237-341.
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Brinkley, E.S. 2010. The Changing Season: Provenance. North American Birds 64(1): 20-31.
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Iliff, M.J., B.L. Sullivan, and C.L. Wood. 2008. News from eBird – Make your daily ABA checklists more meaningful! Birding 40(6):12.
Iliff, M.J., B.L. Sullivan, and C.L. Wood. 2009. News from eBird – eBird Data Use. Birding 41(1):13.
Iliff, M.J., B.L. Sullivan, and C.L. Wood. 2009. News from eBird – eBird Checklist Sharing. Birding 41(2):12
Iliff, M.J., B.L. Sullivan, and C.L. Wood. 2009. News from eBird – eBird maps. Birding 41(3):12
Iliff, M.J., B.L. Sullivan, and C.L. Wood. 2009. News from eBird – How bar charts make you a better birder. Birding 41(4):12-13.
Lester, M. 2010. The influence of lunar phase and predation on the vocalization behavior of Eastern Whip-poor-wills. Undergraduate thesis, University of Vermont.
Leukering, T., and B. Gibbons. 2005. The Changing Seasons: Early and late. North American Birds 59:3 386-394.
McLaren, I.A., and J.D. McLaren. 2009. An analysis of unusual flights of neotropical migrants to northeastern North America in April 2009. North American Birds 63:3 364-368.
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Sullivan, B.L. 2007. Another Passenger Pigeon? – How will Mourning Doves fare with Eurasian Collared-Doves? WildBird. November/December 2007: 14-17.
Sullivan, B.L. 2006. More than memories: From your backyard to places across North America, eBird keeps track of sightings. BirdScope 20:1 20.
Sullivan, B.L. 2008. eBird and the Evolution of a Birder. Birding 40:1 48-52.
Sullivan, B.L. 2009. Window into change–Fall migration reveals differences in bird distribution and abundance. WildBird 23:6 10-12.
Sullivan, B.L. 2011. The Road Less Traveled: Look for birds in unfamiliar and unlikely places to discover surprises. WildBird 25:2 16-19.
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In addition, eBird data has been used quarterly since at least 2007 by up to 33 different North American Birds regional editors in the compilation of those articles summarizing regional bird occurrence across North America as well as dozens of other journals at the county, state, provincial, and country level globally. These are not cited specifically.