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November eBirder of the Month challenge
This November’s eBirder of the Month challenge, sponsored by Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, is all about the free eBird Mobile app. Whether you’ve been using eBird Mobile for years, or have yet to get started, this month is for you.
Merlin Nicaragua and Panama packs are out!
We’re proud to announce that the Merlin packs for both Nicaragua and Panama are now available! What this means is that every Central American birder with a cell phone—Android or iOS—now has a free field guide to carry with them anytime they go out birding.
Announcing Explore Species
For the past 16 years, eBird has built cutting-edge birding tools. From life lists to sightings maps, and hotspot exploration to millions of photos and audio recordings, we’ve worked to provide the key elements that any birder needs.
Easy data entry from the field, even when offline. All your lists and stats in your pocket. Wherever you go, eBird is there. Available in 27 languages on iOS and Android, all for free.
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