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This year alone, you helped gather a total of more than 100 million observations.
In 2017, e Bird received more than 4.75 million complete checklists from your birding efforts.
Our challenge to you in 2018 is to see if you can submit at least one checklist a day—for the entire year.
At the end of the year three winners from among those who submitted at least 365 eligible checklists in 2018. We’re excited to partner with the Cornell Lab’s Bird Academy to offer a suite of exciting educational resources in thanks for your e Birding: in January, every eligible checklist that you submit gives you a chance to win free access to our Ornithology: Comprehensive Bird Biology Course.
If you have enjoyed tapping into e Bird reports from others, set a goal to start contributing your own sightings in 2018.
Submit a sighting online or via e Bird Mobile to see just how easy it is to join the e Bird community.This is a ~0 value with the included e-book, and we’ll have 5 copies to give away. In just a decade-and-a-half, your contributions have made e Bird one of the largest community-driven biodiversity projects in the world.