Posted by: Sandy Steinman | December 23, 2022

What eBird reveals about movement, distribution, and abundance patterns for species around the world

eBird reports on how citizen science bird observations are part of NEW eBird Science results

eBird turns your bird observations into a powerful resource to protect and conserve the birds we all love. Now with more than 1.3 billion bird observations, eBird can shed light on continental-scale movement, distribution, and abundance patterns for species around the world.

This week, the eBird Status and Trends project released exciting NEW! Status visualizations that depict the distribution patterns of more than 2,068 species on six continents. eBird Status visualizations are now available for nearly 20% of the world’s bird species!

Read more at  Your bird observations are part of NEW eBird Science results—thank you!


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