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State of India’s Birds

The State of India’s Birds 2020 (SoIB 2020) is a first-of-its-kind collaborative effort that evaluates the overall...

Birds of the World is now free for birders in India!

We are delighted to inform you that Bird Count India (BCI) has partnered with The Cornell Lab of Ornithology to...

Animated Migration Maps

Enabled by the observations of 1000s of birdwatchers around the world

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Birder Profile: Aakib Hussain

A former student of Kerala Agricultural University, Kerala; living in Shopian, Kashmir, Aakib Hussain's wish is to explore the picturesque valleys of Kashmir!...

October 2021 eBirding Challenge

Now that September is over, it's time to announce the October challenge. Migrants are pouring into various regions of the country, and October officially...

Exploring Birdlife of Thanamir, Nagaland: Search For the 200th!

This article is written by Kaushik Sarkar. In this post, he talks about his experience in Thanamir, Nagaland, where he spent more than a month training a...

August 2021 eBirders of the Month

Despite severe rains in several areas, birdwatchers continued to observe birds in August, uploading more than twenty-four thousand checklists from all across...

Bird Atlases

A bird atlas is a citizen science project intended to map the distribution and abundance of a region’s birds. In an atlas project, the region of interest is typically divided into cells that are often subdivided into smaller cells, a design that can ensure uniform sampling in space by volunteer birdwatchers.

ID Articles

A series of articles to help with the identification of difficult birds.

Cormorants Clarified

Cormorants Clarified

By Ramit Singal Ever seen a V-shaped flock of black birds flying purposefully in the sky near a...

Cormorants Clarified

Cormorants Clarified

By Ramit Singal Ever seen a V-shaped flock of black birds flying purposefully in the sky near a...

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