Carl Zeiss Sports Optics eBirder of the Month for 2015

By Team eBird fevereiro 2, 2015
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We are pleased to announce the 2015 eBirder of the Month program sponsored by Carl Zeiss Sports Optics. Each month we will feature a new eBird challenge and set of selection criteria. The monthly winners will each receive new ZEISS Conquest HD 8×42 binoculars and a selection of books from another great eBird sponsor, Princeton University Press. Check in tomorrow for the announcement of the February contest! Zeiss is also sponsoring promotions for our eBird portals in Argentina, Chile, Central America, the Caribbean and Mexico, as well as continuing their support for young birders, in this case eBirders who submit checklists to the Young Birders Network. Watch each of these portals for more information on this subject!

Carl Zeiss Sports Optics is a proven leader in sports optics and is the official optics sponsor for eBird. “Carl Zeiss feels strongly that by partnering with the Cornell Lab we can provide meaningful support for their ability to carry out their research, conservation, and education work around the world,” says Mike Jensen,  President of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, North America. “The Cornell Lab is making a difference for birds, and from the highest levels of our company we’re committed to promoting birding and the Lab’s work, so there’s a great collaboration. eBird is a truly unique and synergistic portal between the Lab and birders, and we welcome the opportunity to support them both.”

Princeton University Press publishes many of the best books about birds and natural history, including the popular “Warbler Guide” from Tom Stephenson and Scott Whittle. “We are delighted to be able to support the Cornell Lab’s innovative and ambitious range of programs in science and conservation,” says Robert Kirk at PUP. “The rapid expansion of eBird has had a major impact on our understanding of bird populations and movements in North America and beyond, and is a testament to the Lab’s commitment to game-changing citizen science.”

More tomorrow!

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