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Newspaper article highlights the depth of knowledge in our comprehensive species-by-species series, the Birds of North America Online.
Check out the new All About Bird Biology website; watch our new BirdCams cameras; find out about Team Sapsucker's plans for the 2014 Big Day; read about Eastern Bluebird twins; and more.
Enter at least one hour stationary count in eBird this month and qualify to win a pair of Conquest HD binoculars from Zeiss.
NestWatch is a citizen science project designed to collect valuable data on the successes and failures of nesting birds.
YardMap is a citizen science project designed to cultivate a richer understanding of bird habitat, for both professional scientists and people concerned with their local environments.
One of the world's leading journals recognizes the efforts of citizen scientists in a policy article written by Cornell Lab experts.
A paper about the citizen-science approach of eBird has been selected as Editor’s Choice by the journal Biological Conservation.
Check out the new Texas Barn Owl cam at BirdCams.
Roughly 142,000 people counted 17.7 million birds in 135 countries in just 4 days—a new record for participation! See full stats in our full Great Backyard Bird Count wrap-up.
A cast of young actors join Sir Ben Kingsley in search of a possibly extinct bird in this coming-of-age movie. Read our review.
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