February 21, 2017

GBBC 2017: India Results so Far

The World’s Biggest Bird-a-thon comes to India!

During the four days between 17 and 20 February, more than a thousand birdwatchers throughout India will come together to document as many birds in as many locations across the country as possible.

Over one lakh birdwatchers globally participate in the annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC), and last year India was the third highest contributing country worldwide, and discovered more species than any other!

Jungle Babbler © Mike Prince

Jungle Babbler © Mike Prince

A press release for this year’s Great Backyard Bird Count in India has just been issued, and added to our publicity resources, including a media kit with various high resolution images. You are welcome to circulate this to publicise GBBC and the Campus Bird Count, and feel free to edit it to be more specific to your region, mentioning any local events that are planned for example. If you have contacts within the media then please do forward it on.

If you are aware of any local media coverage, then let us know in the comments on this post, or on the Facebook event pages for GBBC and CBC.

 

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Rajah Jayapal
Rajah Jayapal
4 years ago

Incredible. Kudos to all the participants and GBBC-India organizers.

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