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State of India’s Birds

The State of India’s Birds 2020 (SoIB 2020) is a first-of-its-kind collaborative effort that evaluates the overall...

Birds of the World is now free for birders in India!

We are delighted to inform you that Bird Count India (BCI) has partnered with The Cornell Lab of Ornithology to...

Animated Migration Maps

Enabled by the observations of 1000s of birdwatchers around the world

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WWF-India’s Vulture Estimation Program

World Wildlife Fund-India (WWF-India) has initiated a vulture estimation program across India. This is the first year of this program where citizen birders,...

Birder Profile: Esha Munshi

Architect, artist, birder, photographer, recordist: Esha wears many hats effortlessly. Read here to find out about Esha and what makes her tick... 1. Please...

Bird Count India is now on YouTube!!

Whether you’re just getting started as an eBirder or an experienced eBirder looking to help those who are new to eBirding, the Bird Count India YouTube...

September 2021 eBirding Challenge

We look forward to September like children to birthday parties! This is that time of the year when winter migrants are trickling in and to spot any species...

Bird Atlases

A bird atlas is a citizen science project intended to map the distribution and abundance of a region’s birds. In an atlas project, the region of interest is typically divided into cells that are often subdivided into smaller cells, a design that can ensure uniform sampling in space by volunteer birdwatchers.

ID Articles

A series of articles to help with the identification of difficult birds.

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