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  • A World of Positive Impact: Results from Global Big Day 2024

    Global Big Day 2024 was a remarkable success, showcasing the dedication and enthusiasm of birders worldwide. On May 11, 2024, 1.3 million birders from around the globe participated in this 24-hour celebration of birds organized by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

eBirding This Month May 2024

Updated ~2 days ago

Community Targets

Native and Naturalized (5)

  1. # Count: 1
    Observer: Walter Sánchez
    Location: Offshore Tortuga Beach Puntarenas
  2. # Count: 1
    Observer: Diego Ramírez
    Location: CR 8.536, -84.083 Puntarenas
  3. # Count: 1
    Observer: David Calderón
  4. # Count: 1
    Observer: Diego Ramírez
    Location: CR 8.499, -84.025 Puntarenas
  5. # Count: 1
    Observer: Plumas Marinas PLUMARE
    Location: Cr 8.547, -84.01 Puntarenas
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This Month, May 2024
Updated ~2 days ago

Checklist Leaders

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This Month, May 2024
Updated ~17 hours ago

Checklist Leaders

  • 1.
    Jacanas Costa Rica
    351
  • 2.
    Alison Sheehey
    151
  • 3.
    Karen Evans
    90
  • 4.
    Elaine White
    73
  • 5.
    Team NorthWest
    72
  • 6.
    Macizo de la Muerte
    71
  • 6.
    Randi Hodson
    71
  • 8.
    Daniel Garrigues
    62
  • 9.
    Jean Carlo Rodríguez
    59
  • 9.
    Nicole Rodríguez
    59

Species Leaders

  • 1.
    Jacanas Costa Rica
    523
  • 2.
    Team NorthWest
    454
  • 3.
    Jorge Gabriel Campos
    373
  • 4.
    Anthony Arce
    370
  • 5.
    Costa Rica Birding Team
    329
  • 6.
    Mercedes Alpizar
    318
  • 7.
    Ricardo Rojas Arguedas
    317
  • 8.
    Micha Jackson
    316
  • 8.
    Jorge Monge Solis
    316
  • 10.
    Los Garrigues
    312
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