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By Regroupement QuébecOiseaux November 1, 2018
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.
By Team eBird January 31, 2018
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.
By Team eBird August 12, 2017
The annual eBird taxonomy update IS CURRENTLY UNDERWAY (Tuesday, 15 August). The process will continue for at least a couple days.
By Team eBird August 3, 2017
eBird Mobile for Android took a big step forward this week: the ability to keep 'tracks' of where you eBird. Every time you start a checklist on eBird Android, you now have the option to keep a GPS track of where you walk for your traveling counts.
By Regroupement QuébecOiseaux July 14, 2017
You can now view a digital bird guide for any hotspot or region in the world: an Illustrated Checklist. The best part?
By Regroupement QuébecOiseaux August 31, 2016
320,000 eBirders and growing… You’ve looked through eBird checklists and seen their names: kindred birding spirits whose sightings you may have glimpsed only once, or followed regularly over months and years. Now, you can find out who the people are behind these names by exploring eBird’s new Profile Pages!
By Regroupement QuébecOiseaux March 1, 2016
May 14, 2016. The second Global Big Day. We need your help to make it the biggest day of birding the world has ever seen.
By Regroupement QuébecOiseaux November 3, 2015
It’s no surprise that birders are a visual and aural community—after all, we spend most of our time searching for birds by sight and sound. Millions of birders around the world now carry cameras into the field, and many people are beginning to record bird sounds using smartphones.
By Regroupement QuébecOiseaux August 14, 2015
We are delighted to announce that the latest version of eBird Mobile is now available in Spanish, French, Chinese (Traditional), German, and English. We are in the midst of adding Portuguese and Turkish to that list of languages, which will soon let us provide the same languages throughout the Mobile app that are available here on the eBird website.
By Regroupement QuébecOiseaux June 18, 2015
We would like to invite you to download our new eBird free iOS app for data entry. You can find the app at this link in iTunes: In 2012, David Bell’s companyBirdsInTheHand, LLC, released a mobile app called ‘BirdLog’, on Android and iOS devices.