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By Team eBird May 10, 2018
Global Big Day 2018 set a new world record for birding, reporting 2/3rds of the world's birds in one day: more species on 5 May than any person has ever seen in an entire year. Colombia alone noted 15% of the world's avian diversity in 24 hours.
By Team eBird April 28, 2018
This May’s eBirder of the Month challenge, sponsored by Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, is all about birding on Global Big Day! Only one week left until 5 May, Global Big Day: submit 3 or more eligible checklists for your chance at free binoculars.
By New Hampshire Bird Records January 31, 2018
The “Twitchers in the Rye” competed in the Superbowl of Birding Saturday, January 27, 2018, on the NH Seacoast. This was their 10th year of birding in the town of Rye and they won the newly created Townie Award for teams that bird in just one municipality.
By Team eBird January 30, 2018
As you read these words, you will probably be noticing that everything on the eBird homepage looks shiny and new! We're delighted to share our new redesigned home for eBird. These new pages are the first step toward a full eBird redesign that will unify the look and feel of eBird, and will also make it much easier to use on mobile devices.
By New Hampshire Bird Records January 10, 2018
place on the last Saturday in January – but this Superbowl has nothing to do with football. It involves looking for as many bird species as possible in 12 hours and is run by Massachusetts Audubon’s Joppa Flats Education Center.
By New Hampshire Bird Records January 1, 2018
Chukars are exotic looking birds in the pheasant family that sometimes turn up in people’s yards. You can read about why these non-native birds may appear in the Fall 2016 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records on the web at the NH Bird Records website.
By New Hampshire Bird Records December 20, 2017
Christmas Bird Count (CBC) season is upon us again! This is a great time to join others and cooperate in a massive effort across the Western Hemisphere to take a snapshot of bird occurrence around the holidays.
By New Hampshire Bird Records September 19, 2017
Immature Snowy Egrets and Little Blue Herons are both small, white herons that can be very difficult to tell apart in late summer and fall. The Summer 2016 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records features a Photo Quiz by David Donsker that focusses on separating these two confusing species.
By New Hampshire Bird Records June 23, 2017
Blue Grosbeaks are rare in New Hampshire and they are easy to confuse with Indigo Buntings. The Spring 2016 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records features an article by David Donsker on when and where they are most likely to be seen.
By New Hampshire Bird Records February 22, 2017
Everyone loves to see an owl but how do we do so responsibly? Many of us are asking that question, especially during Snowy Owl winters or when we find an owl roosting in a tree.