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  • Celebrate the Avian Diversity of Southwest Montana

    Southwestern Montana features a variety of habitats, ranging from rocky canyon slopes along the Missouri River, to open shrublands, up through forested mountain slopes, and down to vibrant riparian areas where spring warblers and orioles sing from towering cottonwoods. For its 23rd Wings Across the Big Sky bird festival, Montana Audubon aims to celebrate these […]

eBirding This Month May 2024

Updated ~2 days ago

Community Targets

Native and Naturalized (5)

  1. # Count: 2
    Observer: Brett Quiring
    Location: Culbertson Bridge Richland
  2. # Count: 1
    Observer: Matthew Shuler
    Location: Zortman (town) Phillips
  3. # Count: 1
    Observer: Brian Busby
    Location: Marias River (RM 27 - 9) Chouteau
  4. # Count: 1
    Observer: Adrian Azar
    Location: 101 Rd, Ekalaka US-MT (45.8721,-104.2174) Carter
  5. # Count: 1
    Observer: Mike Daniels
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This Month, May 2024
Updated ~2 days ago

Checklist Leaders

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eBirders

This Month, May 2024
Updated ~15 hours ago

Checklist Leaders

  • 1.
    John Parker
    96
  • 2.
    Nate Kohler
    85
  • 3.
    Caleb Lashway
    84
  • 4.
    Adrian Azar
    82
  • 5.
    Braydon Luikart
    77
  • 6.
    Andrew Guttenberg
    76
  • 6.
    John Rumney
    76
  • 8.
    Steve Wickliffe
    63
  • 9.
    Stephen Turner
    62
  • 9.
    N. Miller
    62

Species Leaders

  • 1.
    Caleb Lashway
    200
  • 2.
    Adrian Azar
    185
  • 3.
    Braydon Luikart
    183
  • 4.
    Nate Kohler
    172
  • 5.
    Stephen Turner
    170
  • 6.
    Grant Hokit
    168
  • 7.
    Bob Martinka
    166
  • 8.
    Andrew Guttenberg
    164
  • 8.
    Gary Swant
    164
  • 8.
    Kyle Strode
    164
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