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  • There is far more data on the scope of this migration than in years past, thanks to a citizen science project based at Cornell called eBird, which is run by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Audubon Society.

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  • Check out the site for more details. eBird [via MakeUseOf]

    eBird Gives You More Information About Birds Than You Ever Thought You’d Need | Lifehacker Australia

  • Janis Dickinson, director of citizen science at Cornell Lab of Ornithology, is co-author of a book soon to be published about the lab's highly regarded citizen science projects, which include Project FeederWatch, the Great Backyard Bird Count, and eBird, a global online tool where birders enter sightings into a massive database.

    Citizen science: Armies of volunteers aid research

  • "The Internet allowed us suddenly to be able to take in data from a broad public, now globally with eBird, and then process that data and provide tools to the public so they can visualize and manipulate the data."

    Citizen science: Armies of volunteers aid research

  • It's hard to think of a citizen-based science project that doesn't have a catchy name: Nature's Notebook, Christmas Bird Count, eBird, iNaturalist, Project BudBurst, to name a few.

    Brenda Ekwurzel, Ph.D.: Curious Observers Lend a Hand

  • While at the UVI he established a bird monitoring and public outreach system that included point count data, an eBird website for public input and access, and prepared the Important Bird Area chapter for the US Virgin Islands in collaboration with VI territorial agencies and private researchers.

    Contributor: Jim Corven

  • A simple and intuitive web-interface engages tens of thousands of participants to submit their observations or view results via interactive queries into the eBird database. eBird encourages users to participate by providing Internet tools that maintain their personal bird records and enable them to visualize data with interactive maps, graphs, and bar charts.

    Online Database: eBird « ResourceShelf

  • Portals may have a regional focus (aVerAves, eBird Puerto Rico) or they may have more specific goals and/or specific methodologies (Louisiana Winter Bird Atlas, Bird Conservation Network eBird).

    Online Database: eBird « ResourceShelf

  • For example, eBird data are part of the Avian Knowledge Network AKN, which integrates observational data on bird populations across the western hemisphere.

    Online Database: eBird « ResourceShelf

  • A real-time, online checklist program alerts are also available, eBird has revolutionized the way that the birding community reports and accesses information about birds.

    Online Database: eBird « ResourceShelf

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