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The GBBC will be February 12–15. Count birds anywhere in the world and help create a snapshot of the winter distribution and abundance of birds.
Watch a mesmerizing migration map; count birds for the GBBC; read about a penguin revolution; check out the latest birds on Bird Cams; and more.
Submit at least 15 complete eBird checklists in February using eBird Mobile, and you could win a pair of Zeiss Conquest HD 8×42 binoculars.
Watch the wonder and spectacle of bird migration captured on a single map thanks to eBird contributors.
Enjoy counting birds this winter and help scientists understand more about bird populations across North America.
As the Antarctic Peninsula warms, Gentoo Penguins are moving in and Adelie Penguins are leaving in search of colder areas.
Take this eight-week course focusing on NE birds, either online or join us in Ithaca, NY, for lectures and field trips. Starts March 24.
Check out the newest recently hatched Laysan Albatross chicks on our Albatross Bird Cam.
Find out using All About Bird Anatomy, the Bird Academy's new interactive tool.
Our Upcoming Bird Festivals and Events webpage can help plan your next birding trip. Look through listings by calendar or on a map, and start planning your road trip right from the page.
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