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By eBird India November 6, 2018
It’s November – a month that brings with it more birds and more birding! European Starlings, Greylag and Bar-headed Geese, Red-crested Pochard, Amur Falcons and many more join wintering birds that visit the various habitats and regions across India.
By eBird India October 3, 2018
Like every year, October is amongst the most eagerly awaited months for birders as migratory species stake out territories in the subcontinent.
By eBird India September 3, 2018
It's an exciting time of the year to be birding in India. There are a number of events to look forward to and there is a lot happening amongst the birds as well. 
By eBird India August 20, 2018
The annual eBird taxonomy update is underway and the revised taxonomy should start to appear as you enter new checklists. It is worth having a look at which Indian species are being treated differently with the latest 2018 update.
By eBird India August 6, 2018
A flicker of wings over a waterbody may elicit gasps from birders across India as a layer of expectation shrouds the birding collectiveness. August is the month when winter migrants – beginning with waders and waterfowl – begin to trickle in to the country and several “firsts” of the season begin to appear.
By eBird India July 6, 2018
We're past the midway mark on the annual calendar and amidst one of the most awaited events of the year - the annual monsoon. Have you experienced the monsoon showers in your part of the country yet?
By eBird India June 5, 2018
Birds that move in and out, rains to look forward to, a lot of breeding activity to take note of, multiple eBird challenges to take part in and a lot more! June can be a happening month for the observant birdwatcher.
By eBird India May 26, 2018
eBird went global in 2010, and in January 2014 the Bird Count India partnership began to encourage birdwatchers in India to use the platform so that observations of Indian birds could be collated in one place.
By eBird India May 4, 2018
When Soumya Kundu uploaded his six pictures of Yellow-browed Bunting from the Sundarbans, West Bengal, the total number of bird species covered in eBird from India touched 1,300!
By eBird India May 4, 2018
The summer truly arrives in May. Birds like the Blyth’s Reed Warbler, Booted Warbler, Western Yellow Wagtail and Eurasian Marsh Harrier that are our ubiquitous companions in winter, will now have almost entirely left for their temperate breeding grounds.