• Jalca Tapaculo ML268089221
    By angulo August 17, 2021

    TAXONOMY UPDATE IN PROGRESS eBird data are currently being updated as a part of eBird’s 2021 Taxonomy Update. It is normal to see life list numbers change this week and to see some names displaying inconsistently as the changes are applied.

  • By fap February 11, 2021

    El conteo de aves de jardines o Great Backyard Bird Count, es una actividad anual de 4 días de duración en la que contamos aves silvestres en jardines, balcones y parques para saber dónde se encuentran y estimar su número y diversidad. Para más información visita: https://www.birdcount.org/es/

  • By Team eBird December 3, 2018

    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...

  • Merlin ML52764491
    By Team eBird October 22, 2018

    The Cornell Lab’s mobile apps—eBird Mobile and Merlin Bird ID—are your birding essentials across the globe. Whether you’re at home or halfway around the world, mobile listing and quick ID references can help on every birding excursion. We are excited to announce that the latest versions of Merlin Bird ID and eBird Mobile work even better […]

  • Stilt Sandpiper ML89384741
    By Team eBird July 29, 2018

    This month’s eBirder of the Month challenge, sponsored by Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, will get you out in the field snapping photos and making audio recordings. The eBirder of the Month will be drawn from eBirders who submit 50 media on eligible checklists during August. Winners will be notified by the 10th of the following month.

  • Knob-billed Duck ML74436361
    By Team eBird July 27, 2018

    August is always an exciting time of year for eBird since it is when we update all eBird records with the latest scientific advances in bird taxonomy. New information on species limits can result in increases (splits) or decreases (lumps) in your list totals.