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Elliot Montieth Oct 27
results are in! The United Kingdom came 3rd in the Western Pelearctic with 192 species; 1st Spain (266) and 2nd Israel (222).
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eBird Oct 25
results are in! More than 18,000 birders went on October 19th and reported 6,497 species in a single day! Congratulations! You helped break the October Big Day record! Read more highlights from the day:
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Audubon Society 6 Oct 18
Are you participating in an bird count today? Tell us what you're seeing!
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Janet Hill 6 Oct 18
A small bird to start my Red-breasted nuthatch (Sitta canadensis), Saskatoon 🇨🇦
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ROUND BIRDS Oct 19
I saw numerous L O N G B I R D S today for !
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molly adams 6 Oct 18
is off to a good start! 52 species so far this morning :)
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Jane Webb 6 Oct 18
. Seing a lot of these wood ducks here in Long Beach Peninsula.
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John Allcock Oct 19
A great morning of birding yesterday to represent in the for . 115 species seen, with the highlight being my best ever views of a female Siberian Thrush. Also a very obliging Black-naped Oriole that posed well for photos.
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Jody Allair Oct 26
results – 18,000 eBirders from 164 countries found 6,497 species - a new record! Canadian eBirders tallied 310 species & submitted an impressive 3,543 checklists.
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Janet Hill 6 Oct 18
Thanks, ! Our walk today yielded 20 bird species for , including this lovely hermit thrush.
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Nature Canada Oct 19
Today is ! How many birds have you spotted so far?
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Akilah 🦜🦋🌸 Oct 17
Just realized that I'll be birding on the ! I'm excited to learn and see new things.
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eBird 11 Oct 18
results are in! More than 50% of the world's bird species in a single day: 6,136 species from 146 countries, reported by 17,000 eBirders. Thanks to everyone who makes and events like October Big Day possible. Full results:
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eTorres ⚓🦈🇵🇷 Oct 21
Top Countries and Top eBirders in the West Indies Region during (until now).
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Luciana Chiyo Oct 19
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Cornell Lab Oct 19
It's today and so far the world's birders have reported more than 4,400 species to Are you out birding today? Be part of the fun!
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eBird Oct 12
is next Saturday! Where will you be and what are you looking forward to seeing?
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Audubon Society 6 Oct 18
Participating in an bird count today and need to confirm an ID? Use the newly redesigned Audubon Bird Guide app, available for iOS, Android, & Kindle Fire:
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eTorres ⚓🦈🇵🇷 6 Oct 18
88 species reported in Puerto Rico with my friend @birder_751
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eBird 6 Oct 18
has tallied more than over half of the world’s birds! Nearly 12,000 birders have contributed lists from 135 countries, totaling 5,303 species. Enter your sightings by 9 Oct and explore rising global tallies here:
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