Do You Use eBird?

If you bird regularly, or even just keep a list for your backyard, it's time you signed up for eBird, an online way to keep track of (and share your sightings).

And if you plan to compete in the 2013 Meadowlands Big Year, it's pretty much a necessity.

No more guessing at spellings, or scribbling down bird lists on the back of envelopes.

And if you on  one of  the free guided walks sponsored by the Meadowlands Commission and Bergen County Audubon Society, we'll even share our eBird sightings list with you (and you can just remove the names of birds you didn't see).

At you can automatically keep track of life lists, year lists, state  county lists, backyard lists, Meadowlands lists and much much more.

The site is here.

Click "register as a new user," then explore. Everything is pretty self-explanatory if you spend a little time, and it's worth the effort. All your bird sightings will be just a few clicks away. 

If you haven't signed up for eBird, what are you waiting for?


One thought on “Do You Use eBird?

  1. Chris Wood, eBird Project Leader

    Thanks, for the great post. We certainly appreciate your help and encouragement in getting more people to use eBird. One of the things we enjoy most is seeing how other groups are using eBird for their own goals and activities. Thanks to everyone at the Meadowlands for all the great work you do.


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