April 1, 2019

GBBC 2019: Stories from the field

There were 1786 participants across the country in this year’s Great Backyard Bird Count and Campus Bird Count. From bird walks to campus talks to bird talks, a lot of planning and enthusiasm went into many of the events.  Several people, young and old were introduced to birds and birdwatching.

Here are some of the stories by birders across the country who participated in this year’s GBBC. Do take a virtual tour of their bird walks and talks, in the interactive map below!

If you want to submit a write-up highlighting your activities during this year’s GBBC, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

View the summary results of GBBC & CBC 2019 here.

Banner image: GBBC in Bangalore, by Vidhya Sundar.

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