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eBird Canada 2020 Year in Review
What a year. COVID of course was the dominating news of 2020, and it had an impact on birders and how they used eBird.
Updated options to explore and manage your locations
If you enjoy searching and filtering your checklists with the redesigned My Checklists, you’ll love the updates to My Locations. Check it out at https://ebird.org/mylocations!
New look at movements and distribution patterns of 807 bird species across the globe
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