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Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Add to the goldmine of information about bird biodiversity around the globe by contributing data to eBird, a community of birding enthusiasts. Users enter information about the birds they have observed locally.  All submissions are reviewed by editors in order to maintain
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Add to the goldmine of information about bird biodiversity around the globe by contributing data to eBird, a community of birding enthusiasts. Users enter information about the birds they have observed locally. All submissions are reviewed by editors in order to maintain high quality in the database.

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