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    Win a free spot in the Cornell Lab’s Gardening for Birds course

    There’s nothing more rewarding than helping birds to thrive. We’ve partnered with the Cornell Lab’s Bird Academy to help you fill your outdoor space with plants and natural features that give birds what they need.  In April, every eligible checklist that you submit gives you a chance to win free access to the Growing Wild: Gardening for Birds and Nature course. This […]

  • eBird Reviewer Spotlight: Jane Tatchell

    Did you know that in addition to over 2,000 volunteer eBird reviewers, there are over 900 hotspot editors around the world? Hotspot editors are vital to enhancing the utility of eBird for everyone.

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    Server Upgrades Complete!

    We are thrilled to announce the successful migration of our databases to new servers! This marks a significant milestone in our efforts to enhance the performance, scalability, and reliability of our platforms.

  • Jaguri Uriel Martínez Lizcano, February eBirder of the Month

    Jaguri Uriel Martínez Lizcano, February eBirder of the Month

    Please join us in congratulating Jaguri Uriel Martínez Lizcano of Tabasco, Mexico—winner of the February 2024 eBird Challenge, sponsored by ZEISS. Jaguri’s name was drawn randomly from the 9284 eBirders who submitted 20 or more eligible checklists with eBird Mobile ‘tracks’ less than 5 km (3 mi) in February.

  • eBird Reviewer Spotlight: Michael Schrimpf

    Did you know there are over 2,000 volunteer eBird reviewers around the world? Volunteer reviewers play an important role ensuring the eBird database remains reliable and accurate for science and conservation.

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    Win a free spot in the Cornell Lab’s bird behavior course

    Knowing who’s who at your bird feeders can unlock a world of discovery and entertainment. Once you learn the species that visit your feeders, what they eat, and how they interact, looking out your window becomes a ticket to the best show in town. We’ve partnered with Cornell Lab’s Bird Academy to help you get more joy from your […]

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    March eBirder of the Month Challenge

    This month’s eBirder of the Month challenge, sponsored by ZEISS, focuses on the importance of counting birds. The eBirder of the Month will be drawn from eBirders who submit 31 complete checklists during March that include counts for every species reported.

  • A Bird and Hike event with Sierra Club CT and Black AF in STEM at Aspetuck Land Trust. Photo credit: CLCC

    eBird in Action: Bird and Hike with CT Land Trusts

    Your eBirding data helps create tools that can be used to further conservation, inspire support, and inform ecological management strategies. eBird in Action is a new segment which shares the conservation stories made possible because of your contributions.