Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 18, 2022

New eBird Abundance Trends Maps

from eBird

eBirders help make a game-changing bird conservation tool a reality. New eBird Trends maps show precisely where populations of 583 bird species are changing, using observations submitted by eBirders. For the first time, you can zoom in and pinpoint where bird are increasing or decreasing—a crucial first step to reversing declines like the ones identified by the 2022 U.S. State of the Birds report and the State of the World’s Birds.

Discover the what, why, and how of eBird Trends maps

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