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By tvalqui January 30, 2017
Sharing is caring. This month’s eBirder of the Month Challenge, sponsored by https://www.zeiss.com/sports-optics/en_us/home.html, Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, is all about birding with others.
By tvalqui January 30, 2017
A fines de enero se va llenando el mapa de donde irá la gente a observar aves. Si estarás en Perú y quieres participar, llena tu formulario: http://www.corbidi.org/formulariogbd.html  
By tvalqui March 30, 2016
On 14 May, birders from across the world will unite to answer a single question: how many birds can we find as a global team? This happened last year for the first time on the inaugural Global Big Day, when collectively we recorded more than 6,000 species.
By tvalqui May 18, 2015
El esfuerzo valió la pena. Esperemos que este logro sea el inicio de una relación más estrecha entre los peruanos y sus aves.
By Team eBird February 12, 2014
February 14-17 (Friday to Monday) is the 17th annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC). To participate, just go birding during this timeframe and make sure to enter your checklists in eBird.
By Team eBird June 10, 2013
With a longer and more complex route than 2012, the second ever Birding Rally Challenge 2013, will transect northern Perú from the coast, over the Andes and into the Amazonian forests in the east. Its starting point will be the Forest Historical Sanctuary Pomac and Laquipampa Wildlife Refuge, areas with a highly unique avifauna. The event, will be […]
By tvalqui May 20, 2013
In February 2010 a group of Peruvian and international scientists led the first comprehensive ground-based census of shorebirds and other water birds along the coast of Peru. These surveys covered the entire Peruvian coastline with participation from more than 150 volunteer observers and resulted in counts of more than 100,000 shorebirds of 31 species.
By Will Morris March 2, 2010
During the first two weeks of February 2010, a coalition of groups, headed by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, BirdLife Peru, Calidris (Colombia), Corbidi, Naturaleza y Cultura Internacional y Museo de Historia Natural de la UNSA and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service teamed up to hold a series of shorebird workshops and censuses at sites up and down the Peruvian coast.
By Will Morris February 8, 2010
What do we know about migratory shorebirds in Peru? The answer, at least for that past 20 years, is “not that much.” Twenty years ago, Peruvian ornithologist and conservationist Gonzalo Castro, along with his colleagues in the U.S.