Tuesday, April 03, 2018

Cornell University - eBird News: Be a Project Coordinator

 A monthly newsletter from Team eBird at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Join Team eBird: eBird Project Coordinator

Want to work at eBird? This position focuses on working with the eBird community and coordinating eBird's communications.
Learn more and apply.

In this issue:

  • Join Team eBird: eBird Project Coordinator
  • BirdCast: real-time migration info
  • Global Big Day is one month away!
  • eBird passes 500 million records
  • eBirder of the Month: 15+ eligible lists with 'tracks' < 5km (3mi)

BirdCast: real-time migration info

The Cornell Lab's BirdCast project has two incredible new features: a 3-day migration forecast for the entire continental US and a live migration map for the same region. Check out how these new features allow you to discover migration like never before! Enjoy migration with BirdCast.

eBird Pro Tip: Target Species

Warning: your weekends will never be the same after Target Species. Enter a region and get your most likely new species for your list ordered by likelihood of occurrence, with a map of sightings just one click away. Try Targets today.

eBird passes 500 million records

in March, a Barn Swallow submitted from Shan, Myanmar by Wich’yanan (Jay) Limparungpatthanakij was the 500-millionth record entered in eBird. 15 years ago, in eBird’s first year, we averaged 15,000 sightings per month. Today, during peak birding season that many sightings are eBirded every hour. Thank you. Read more.

Global Big Day: one month out

We're scarcely one month from birding's biggest day: 5 May! Where will you be on this year's Global Big Day?!
Learn more. 

Want to get better at warbler identification?

If so, go eBirding in April! Each eligible checklistsubmitted in April gives you a shot to win 1 of 10 free spots in the Cornell Lab's Warbler Identification course (due out later this spring). See more.

eBirder of the Month

Get your phones ready! In April, submit 15 or more eligible checklists with eBird Mobile ‘tracks’ shorter than 8km (5mi) to be in the running for eBirder of the Month and free Zeiss binoculars. Read more.
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