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  • April eBirder of the Month Challenge

    This month’s eBirder of the Month challenge, sponsored by ZEISS, will help you get to know the birds in one location. The eBirder of the Month will be drawn from eBirders who submit 20 or more eligible checklists from one location in April. By birding the same place repeatedly, you’ll gain insight into the comings and goings of birds […]

eBirding This Year 2024

Updated ~14 hours ago

Native and Naturalized (5)

  1. # Count: 1
    Observer: Stephen Murray
  2. # Count: 2
    Observer: Ged Tranter
  3. # Count: 2
    Date:
    Observer: Nick Osborne
  4. # Count: 1
    Date:
    Observer: Peter Spradbrow
    Location: Queensland University of Technology - Kelvin Grove Campus, Kelvin Grove AU-QLD -27.45166, 153.01420
  5. # Count: 1
    Observer: Suzanne Foley
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eBirders

This Year, 2024
Updated ~12 hours ago

Checklist Leaders

  • 1.
    Richard Fuller
    137
  • 2.
    Rod Gardner
    107
  • 3.
    Rae Clark
    106
  • 4.
    Scott and Jenny Pascoe
    95
  • 5.
    Marion Roper
    94
  • 6.
    Dennis Devers
    88
  • 7.
    Katie Hail-Jares
    87
  • 8.
    Leith Woodall
    86
  • 9.
    Peter Woodall
    82
  • 10.
    Andrew Sides
    75

Species Leaders

  • 1.
    Rod Gardner
    207
  • 2.
    Katie Hail-Jares
    176
  • 3.
    Marion Roper
    171
  • 4.
    Gary Kane
    169
  • 5.
    Paris W
    168
  • 6.
    Mal & Gail Highgate Hill
    167
  • 6.
    Ana de Joux
    167
  • 8.
    Christopher Hail
    163
  • 9.
    Patrick Reed
    162
  • 10.
    Deborah Metters
    161
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