March 17, 2017

GBBC 2017: Stories from the field

Over 1,400 eBirders submitted lists to the eBird India database during this year’s GBBC. This included several regular and experienced birders, birders who organized events and counts in their regions, state coordinators who were instrumental in ensuring the counts went off smoothly and several participants who experienced birdwatching for the first time ever!

View some accounts by the participants themselves on the following pages. If you want to submit a write-up highlighting your activities during this year’s GBBC, please do not hesitate to send one in and we’ll add it here!

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1 Shikshantar School, Haryana Mridul Anand
2 Jammu and Kashmir Parvez Shagoo
3 Kollam, Kerala Govind Girija
4 Raipur, Chhattisgarh Mohit Sahu
5 Indore Ajay Gadikar
6 Andaman and Nicobar Islands Arun Singh
7 Gujarat Savithri Raman
8 Shiv Nadar University, Noida Harman Kour
9 IISER Tirupati NS Chiranjeevi
10 Karwar Abhishek Jamalabad
11 Pune Vishwatej Pawar
12 IIM, Bangalore Deepa Mohan
13 Bareilly Kaajal Dasgupta
14 KMC, Manipal Vrinda Lath
15 Salem Ganeshwar SV
16 GHS, Chinchona Selvaganesh
17 Mumbai and surrounds The Sprouts
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Subramaniam Venkatramani
Subramaniam Venkatramani
3 years ago

Good Work Parvez and others who helped him.

nandini
nandini
3 years ago

bird counting is very useful to youngster those who are not watching the nature. because of bird counting youngster watch the nature

Prasanna Gautam
3 years ago

nice read Harman…..

Surendhar Boobalan
Surendhar Boobalan
3 years ago

Congratulations!

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