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By erondel December 13, 2017
We would like to share some of your favourite memories from the 2017-2018 Christmas Bird Count! To enter Bird Studies Canada’s photo contest, email us your best shots from this season’s CBC.
By dlepage August 26, 2017
The eBird taxonomy update is essentially COMPLETE. All major changes have occurred, and we have only a small number of minor changes yet to make.
By Team eBird August 12, 2017
The annual eBird taxonomy update IS CURRENTLY UNDERWAY (Tuesday, 15 August). The process will continue for at least a couple days.
By Team eBird August 3, 2017
eBird Mobile for Android took a big step forward this week: the ability to keep 'tracks' of where you eBird. Every time you start a checklist on eBird Android, you now have the option to keep a GPS track of where you walk for your traveling counts.
By Team eBird August 2, 2017
Have you ever uploaded a photo or audio recording to an eBird checklist, only to realize after the fact that it's under the wrong species? Then you had to delete the photo from eBird, go back to your photo archive, and re-upload to the new species.
By Team eBird July 19, 2017
Everytime we go birding and submit an eBird checklist, we take a tiny snapshot of bird occurrence in space and time. eBird's grand vision is to piece all these tiny snapshots together as a global tapestry of bird occurrence.
By Team eBird June 30, 2017
This month’s eBirder of the Month challenge, sponsored by Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, encourages you to share July birding with others. The eBirder of the Month will be drawn from eBirders who submit 15 eligible shared checklists during July.
By erondel May 25, 2017
At eBird, our goal is to connect valuable birdwatcher sightings with research and conservation. The eBird checklists that you’ve entered have been used in over 100 peer-reviewed papers, and hundreds of local, regional, and national conservation decisions.
By erondel March 2, 2017
eBird's information about northern Canada’s birds is about to get a whole lot better! Bird Studies Canada (BSC) is beginning to push its extensive Boreal Forest point count data set into eBird.
By erondel February 14, 2017
Get ready for some big winter birding! February 17th-20th (Friday to Monday) is the 20th annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC), a joint project of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society with partner Bird Studies Canada.