By Team eBird July 14, 2020
Did you know? There are over 1,800 volunteer eBird reviewers around the world!
By Debra Agnew July 8, 2020
eBird is a great tool for conducting an avian bioblitz, and now eBird Northwest has a step-by-step guide on our new Community Science page: How to Organize an eBird Bioblitz. This resource will help park managers, educators, researchers, and others develop an eBird bioblitz event according to their own unique locations and objectives.
By Team eBird July 2, 2020
This month’s eBirder of the Month challenge, encourages you to go birding every single day. The eBirder of the Month will be drawn from eBirders who submit 31 eligible checklists during July.
By Team eBird June 22, 2020
eBird is a global community united by our love of birds. It is a place where we share our observations, our photographs, and our audio recordings of the birds we love.
By Team eBird June 19, 2020
Introducing eBird Mobile Explore – an exciting way to discover new places to go birding and find the species you are looking for, all from your mobile device. eBird Mobile Explore displays nearby eBird Hotspots wherever you are, with navigation directions to get you there faster.
By Team eBird June 17, 2020
This month’s eBirder of the Month challenge, sponsored by Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, will help you get very familiar with one birding location. The eBirder of the Month will be drawn from eBirders who submit 20 eligible checklists from one eBird location in June.
By eBird Northwest Team June 5, 2020
The Asian giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia) is the world’s largest species of hornet. They are found in Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China, and the Indian subcontinent.
By eBird Northwest Team June 1, 2020
A new audubon.org article by Jillian Mock describes how a group chat with over 100 Black outdoor lovers sparked a team of more than 30 people to come together to create #BlackBirdersWeek. Virtual events began Sunday, May 31st and will continue through the following week.
By Team eBird May 19, 2020
We’re excited to partner with the Cornell Lab’s Bird Academy to offer a suite of exciting educational resources in thanks for your eBirding: in May, every eligible checklist that you submit gives you a chance to win free access to our Joy of Birdwatching course. This is a ~$40 value, and we’ll have 10 copies to give away. Ten lucky eBirders will get […]
By eBird Northwest Team May 17, 2020
With eBird's mobile app, you can enter your observations as you bird, count while you go, and submit your data with a push of the button when you are done. Using the eBird mobile app helps to make each of your checklists even more valuable.