• eBird in Action: Headwaters Kestrel Partnership

    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 segment which shares the conservation stories made possible because of your contributions.

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    eBird in Action: Virginia Grassland Bird Initiative

    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 segment which shares the conservation stories made possible because of your contributions.

  • 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.

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    Sightings submitted by eBirders can help inform policy to safeguard birds

    Public participation in scientific research through citizen-science projects has skyrocketed in the past 10 years. Citizen scientists have been donating billions of dollars’ worth of their time collecting information on everything from birds, bees, butterflies, and more resulting in a treasure trove of data helping scientists better understand plant, animal, and insect populations.

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    The Queensland Annual Bird Report - combining eBird data with local expertise in Australia

    Your eBird checklists inform important bird research, allowing scientists to better understand and conserve birds around the world. This article, written by the Birds Queensland Sunbird Team, describes how eBird data was used to create Queensland, Australia’s first comprehensive, annual account of birds – a valuable tool for identifying changes in bird populations over time.

  • A new era of eBird Science: Status and Trends

    This month we are excited to announce a huge advance in the understanding of birds, only made possible using eBird data. The result of all this hard work is eBird Status and Trends—detailed population information for 107 species of North American birds, providing an unprecedented depth of information in four key areas...