• Ash-throated Flycatcher ML612528147
    By Nathaniel Sharp February 5, 2024

    2023 marked the 20th anniversary of Vermont eBird and the 13th annual Vermont eBird County Quest, a friendly competition encouraging birders statewide to submit their bird sightings to Vermont eBird. Since 2003, more than 15,000 Vermont eBirders have submitted more than 693,000 complete checklists, representing all 392 species of birds ever reported from Vermont.

  • By Team eBird November 17, 2023

    eBird Status and Trends products are updated annually with millions of new observations submitted by eBirders to provide the most up-to-date information on the status and trends of bird populations. This year, the team released new tools, added regional trends summaries, and made Trends data available for download.

  • By Kent McFarland September 26, 2023

    It is such a pleasure to introduce to you our newest eBird Vermont Data Reviewers. Please join me in welcoming five new team members that help us keep eBird Vermont data strong.

  • By Kent McFarland September 1, 2023

    After more than a decade of service, two of the first-ever Vermont eBird volunteer data experts are hanging up their keyboards. Ian Worley and Craig Provost first joined the project in 2010.

  • By Kent McFarland August 30, 2023

    This year's edition of Loon Caller is out! Read all about how nesting rafts help Vermont's loons and a new effort to reduce lead tackle.

  • Orange-crowned Warbler ML489578101
    By Nathaniel Sharp February 22, 2023

    With another banner birding year in the books, it’s time to look back on all that Vermont birders have accomplished in 2022. From the Northeast Kingdom to the Massachusetts border, from the Connecticut River valley to the Champlain valley, Vermont’s vast birding community once again took part in the Vermont eBird County Quest.

  • Northern Cardinal ML394548941
    By Nathaniel Sharp and Kent McFarland December 15, 2022

    The 123rd Christmas Bird Count will take place from December 14 through January 5. This is perhaps the longest running community science project in Vermont.