February 5, 2015

One million bird observations from India

We are happy to announce that today (5 Feb) morning, eBird in India crossed the milestone of 1 million records! More details will be provided in a following post, but we wanted to share this news with you as soon as possible.

Many thanks to all eBird users and all our partner groups across India — and congratulations as well!

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Note: a ‘record’ is an observation of a species at a particular time and location.

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Devika Rani
Devika Rani
6 years ago

Dear Birders,

A happy moment to note that 1 million in numbers are recorded. It would have been good to see the species list too. Tried accessing the link but couldnt. Please email this link for Referal.

With the cameras and bird photographers all over the sanctuaries in the birding season I should say creating habitat awareness can be easy. 50% are
IT employees with great e-birding skills.

The sketchers and taxonomists are few on the list.

Devika

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Bird Count India
6 years ago
Reply to  Devika Rani

Hello Ma’am, thanks for your comment. The full species list can be seen in the eBird location explorer:
http://ebird.org/ebird/country/IN?yr=all&m=&rank=mrec

Thanks again!

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