Cornell Post-doc Bryce Robinson handling a Red-tailed Hawk for the Red-tailed Hawk project
BOW Team September 11, 2023
Our 2023-2024 webinar season is stacking up nicely. You can look forward to several fascinating discussions on topics related to taxonomy, phylogeny, storm-petrels, Red-tailed Hawks, and Australia's Black Falcons.
eBird abudance map for Boat-billed Flycatcher
BOW Team March 30, 2023
This BOW Discovery Webinar goes behind the scenes to help users understand how eBird Status & Trends products are made and how they are being applied in research and conservation. Ornithologists and conservation practitioners are especially welcome!
Red-billed Streamertail ML161908821
BOW Team March 20, 2023
The new “Hybridization” sections on each species account include multimedia of known hybrids along with narrative content about the ecology, evolution, and conservation of the parent species.
Red-tailed Hawk (borealis) ML511288161
BOW Team December 12, 2022
Peter Pyle has spent his career trying to understand and document bird molts and plumages. In this webinar, Peter will present a crash course in molt and discuss the many things one can learn from its close examination.
November 18, 2022
eBird Essentials—a free course for people of all birding experience levels—is now available in Spanish. Discover how eBird can support your passion for birds and how your participation can help us to better understand bird populations
Inti Tanager ML399208031
BOW Team October 25, 2022
Once per year, eBird updates all bird records in the database to reflect the latest ‘splits’, ‘lumps’, additions of new species, changes to scientific names, taxonomic sequence, and more. As well, our Birds of the World editorial team furiously produces, splits, and lumps species accounts to reflect the latest nomenclature.
October 24, 2022
Thank you for attending the first Birds of the World ‘Discovery Series’ webinar, a new benefit for subscribers! A recording can be found here.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology October 12, 2022
In the United States, the State of the Birds report released today reveals a tale of two trends, one hopeful, one dire. Long-term trends of waterfowl show strong increases where investments in wetland conservation have improved conditions for birds and people.
October Big Day image
Cornell Lab September 22, 2022
Mark your calendars for October Big Day—8 October 2022! Big Days are a 24-hour opportunity to celebrate birds near and far. Last October, more than 32,000 people from 195 countries submitted 78,000 checklists with eBird, demonstrating the power of birds to bring people together.
Red de Observadores de Aves y Vida Silvestre de Chile
BOW Team September 9, 2022
To celebrate our growing partnership, this Tuesday, the ROC will host a webinar, featuring our very own Tom Schulenberg, BOW science editor, with Fernando Medrano (@FmedranoM), the technical and scientific advisor of ROC, who will discuss what the partnership means for Chilean birds and birders, and Javiera Ferreyra (@jaferreyrab), director of Audubon Chile.