By Team eBird May 24, 2020
Birds always give us an opportunity to keep looking up. In every corner of the world, on every day of the year, birds are migrating, building nests, raising young, and inspiring people everywhere.
By Team eBird May 1, 2020
On 9 May, birding’s biggest day is back! Global Big Day is an annual celebration of the birds around you, and this year is no different.
By Team eBird April 4, 2020
For birders, one way to get through this period is to spend time outdoors enjoying birds—just remember to keep health and safety your top priorities. Follow the recommendations of your local health authorities at all times, even if it means staying at home and focusing on your yard or garden list instead.
By eBird Australia Committee March 23, 2020
How do Hotspots differ from Personal Locations? Most of our eBird checklists are pinned to locations on a map – and these can include Personal Locations and Hotspots.
By Team eBird March 21, 2020
In difficult moments, we believe birds continue to provide the hope and escape into nature that they always have for millions of people every day. The simple act of watching birds brings us together, even if we’re birding alone.
By Team eBird March 21, 2020
Last May, more than 35,000 people took to fields and forests around the world, reporting more than two-thirds of the world’s bird species in a single day—Global Big Day. Wherever you are in the world, you can be a part of birding’s next world record!
By Pat Feehan, BirdLife Murray Goulburn March 5, 2020
BirdLife Murray Goulburn (BLMG) has recently completed a first pass review, analysis, and report on six years of bird surveys from sites representing varied habitats at the Winton Wetlands. The Winton Wetlands project, near Benalla in north-east Victoria, aims to restore the site of the former 8750 ha Lake Mokoan, previously Victoria’s fifth-largest water storage […]
By Corey T. Callaghan, Centre for Ecosystem Science, UNSW Sydney February 15, 2020
A new tool based on eBird data for monitoring the “urbanness” of bird communities reveals that birds have different levels of urbanness.
By Ayesha Tulloch January 14, 2020
eBird Australia would like to thank people across the world who have supported and grieved with Australians over the impacts of the bushfires. eBirders have a big role to fill in contributing to understanding bird community recovery post-fire.
By Craig Morley and Richard Alcorn January 11, 2020
Produced by the Geelong Field Naturalists Club Bird Group, the Geelong Bird Report 2013-2016 reports on all birds recorded in the Geelong region of Victoria over this four-year period. The report illustrates an example of what local groups can do to better understand the distribution of birds in their local region by accessing the huge […]