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Great Backyard Bird Count 2020

14 Feb 2020 - 17 Feb 2020

GBBC 2020 | Bird Walks & Talks (Registration form) | Resources | Contacts | Campus Bird Count 2020

NEW: GBBC & CBC 2020 Results

Please upload all your lists by the end of February, so that we can compile a final summary shortly after.



GBBC India is the Indian implementation of the global Great Backyard Bird Count, which runs for 4 days every February. Indian birders have participated in the GBBC since the event went worldwide in 2013.


Most importantly, it’s fun! But there is a serious aspect as well. These annual snapshots of bird populations help answer a variety of important questions, including how birds are distributed across the country, how they are affected by changes in habitat and weather, and whether populations and distributions might be changing from year to year. In addition, you can use the opportunity of this event to get others involved in birding, to reach out to the general public, or even to run a local or regional project!

If you live or work on a campus, then you may be interested in the Campus Bird Count that runs alongside.


14-17 February 2020


Go birding for at least 15 min, listing and counting all the species you see. It doesn’t matter if you can’t identify every single species — what you can identify is good enough! Login to www.ebird.org/india and submit your species list. For those new to eBird, read the brief description, and do go through our detailed beginner’s guide; create an account and start using eBird right away to get used to the platform.
Who GBBC India is coordinated by the Bird Count India collective, a coming-together of a number of groups and organisations that are interested in birds, nature and conservation. Do join us!

The 2019 edition of the GBBC engaged over 1,786 birders who uploaded over 22,273 lists and reported 852 species.

See the next page for details of GBBC Bird Walks & Talks.


14 Feb 2020
17 Feb 2020
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2 years ago

i live about 14 km away from the Coimbatore city and the place is known as Idigarai.There are lots of birds which either live here in our farm or are migratory.Can i send the details in the next couple of days or wait upto end Febraury?

Hemraj Punamchand Patil
Hemraj Punamchand Patil
2 years ago

Great event for Birdong…most awaited