Tag Archives: eBird News

eBird News – October 2016


Here’s the latest eBird News newsletter.  Some highlights: Wisconsin’s second breeding bird atlas is underway, and as we pioneered for Pennsylvania’s second atlas, Wisconsin is using the eBird platform for atlasing.  Looks like it’s working great! Hurricane Birds The remnants … Continue reading

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eBird News – September 2016 newsletter


In this issue: eBird Profile Pages are here! 2016 eBird Taxonomy update Your historic eBird sightings make a difference Free trial of the newly updated Birds of North America Get early access to new features in eBird as an eBird Partner … Continue reading

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eBird News – March 2016


Team eBird has announced a Global Big Day on May 14th, 2016.  I can hardly wait – I love stuff like this! Program description and additional information are available at eBird News.  

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eBird News Dec. 2015


Check out the latest eBird News! In this issue: eBird Mobile available for Android and iOS! eBird Photo of the Month: Cinereous Owl eBird Store—holiday gifts! eBirding your Christmas Bird Counts Team eBird is Hiring—Android and Web Developers Special Offer … Continue reading

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eBird News – November 2014


Check out the latest eBird News. In this issue: WANTED: eBird Project Assistant eBird photo of the month: Olive-backed Pipit by BJ Stacey Moneyball for Shorebirds: TNC and eBird November and December Zeiss eBird contests eBird in Central America Trip with … Continue reading

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eBird News – inaugural issue from the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology


Following updates on eBird is easy with their new newsletter.  This first issue features an important journal article recently published that illustrates the growth and power of eBird as a tool for conservation.

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