Honduras News

  • 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.

  • Upcoming Maintenance: Cornell Lab Services Will Be Unavailable 19-21 March

    We are taking flight to new servers! Engineering teams at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology have been working hard for several months to migrate our core applications to more advanced cloud computing infrastructure.

  • Great Backyard Bird Count

    The next global birding event organized by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and its worldwide partners takes place on the weekend of 16–19 February 2024, and focuses on counting birds in your community. Please join us for the Great Backyard Bird Count, and sign up your group’s participation in this event here: https://www.birdcount.org/community-map/ To find […]

  • 2023 Taxonomy update in Central America

    As part of our commitment to data quality, accessibility, and ease of use, we strive to use an integrated taxonomy across eBird, Macaulay Library, Birds of the World, Merlin and other Cornell Lab of Ornithology projects. Worldwide, our 2023 update includes 3 newly-described species, 124 species gained because of splits, and 16 species lost through […]

  • An Uplifting October Big Day 2023

    On 14 October, people in 191 countries around the world joined together to celebrate birds for October Big Day. More than 36,000 people contributed 83,735 checklists, setting three new records for the single biggest day in October birding history! Even more impressive, the global birding community reported 7,525 species—an incredible 72 more species than last October Big Day.

  • October Big Day—14 Oct 2023

    Mark your calendars for October Big Day—14 Oct 2023! Like Global Big Day, October Big Day is an opportunity to unite around our shared love of birds. Last October, nearly 35,000 people from 185 countries submitted 80,000 checklists with eBird, demonstrating the power of birds to bring people together. Wherever you are on 14 October, take a few […]

  • First bird recording challenge for Latin America and the Caribbean

    From July 1 to August 31, 2023 Upload recordings made with your cell phone or recording equipment, of at least 20 species of birds, to participate in the draw for a SOUND RECORDING KIT! It is not necessary that your recordings are made during the challenge period, they can be recordings that you have previously […]

  • Inspiring Results from Global Big Day 2023

    Birds have the power to inspire and unite. Every Global Big Day recognizes our connection to birds, nature, and each other.

  • Great Backyard Bird Count—participate and have fun!

    The annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) is Friday, February 17 through Monday, February 20. The GBBC was one of the first online projects to collect information on wild birds and was also instrumental in the creation of eBird back in 2002.

  • Cedar Waxwings are invading Central America

    Few Central American birders will have missed that Cedar Waxwing is currently staging a major invasion into Central America. Groups of these charismatic birds are popping up throughout the region this January, and we expect them to be around at least until April or May.