A monthly newsletter from Team eBird at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Dream jobs with Team eBird
Does your current job make you feel as grumpy as this Southern
Rockhopper Penguin looks? Come join the eBird team! We have technical
positions open for work on everything from iOS mobile development to
database support. See the full list of jobs.
Macaulay Library Audio Workshop
Have you ever wanted to record the songs and calls of birds you hear?
The Cornell Lab's Macaulay Library is giving a workshop from June 11-18
that can get you started with audio recording! Whether you're a beginner
or a long-time recordist, this opportunity has the avian audio
resources you're looking for. Learn more here.
Young Birders Event: 6-9 July
The Young Birders Event brings together
high-school aged students with a passion for birds and an interest in
pursuing a career with birds. Participants will meet people who have
successful careers that involve birds in a variety of ways including
biologists, geneticists, audio specialists, and computer scientists.
Find more details here.
Merlin Costa Rica—photos needed!
Do you wish that you could use Merlin Bird ID wherever
you traveled in the world? Any bird identification a few taps away, all
for free? All of your eBird sightings and uploaded photos already help
make this possible—and a few specific photos of Costa Rican birds would
be especially helpful right now! See the list of target species here.
Do you ever wonder how to best count the birds coming to your feeders? We've got some feeder eBirding tips and tricks for you here.
Zeiss eBirder of the Month
In February, bird with friends to have a chance to receive a new ZEISS Conquest HD 8×42 binocular. Every eligible list that is shared with a friend you were birding with gives each of you a chance to win! See more.