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The Atlas pre-sale is now on!
We are delighted to announce the launch of the pre-sale of the Second Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Southern Québec (Robert, Hachey, Lepage and Couturier, 2019). The book will be printed early next year, and will be available in bookstores in April.
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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.
2017 eBird taxonomy update—IN PROGRESS!
The annual eBird taxonomy update IS CURRENTLY UNDERWAY (Tuesday, 15 August). The process will continue for at least a couple days.
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