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eBird Essentials

By Team eBird
eBird has a million ways to help your birding—and we bet you don’t know them all. Whether you’re just starting out or have been eBirding for years, we’re confident that our new free eBird Essentials course has at least one tip, trick, or piece of key info that you haven’t seen before. With so many different…

Smooth dance moves confirm new Bird-of-Paradise species

By Macaulay Library Team
Newly publicized audiovisuals support full species status for one of the dancing birds-of-paradise in New Guinea. This new species, called the Vogelkop Superb Bird-of-Paradise, is found only in the island’s far-western Bird’s Head, or Vogelkop, region. In a new paper published in the journal PeerJ, scientists “show and tell” half-a-dozen ways this form is distinct from…

New specimen pages and expanded advanced search

By Macaulay Library Team
We are thrilled to announce two exciting updates to the Macaulay Library website- redesigned media specimen pages and expanded Advanced Search options– that will help users explore the 5+ million photos, audio recordings, and videos in the Macaulay Library archive. We hope that these new developments will make the Macaulay Library even more accessible and useful…

Crossbills of North America: Species and Red Crossbill Call Types 

By Team eBird
As one of the most striking differences in bird occurrence from year-to-year in many northern regions of the world, finch irruptions are often exciting events. Will this winter have Pine Grosbeaks and Bohemian Waxwings dripping from the local crabapples? Will crossbills be crunching away in the conifers? Ron Pittaway’s finch forecast is always a much-anticipated read for…

Decades of bird signals, songs digitized for scientific research – Science Nation

By Macaulay Library Team
The world’s largest scientific archive of animal signal recordings, the Macaulay Library of Natural Sounds, is partnering with other institutions to co-curate and digitize an enormous archive of animal audio and video recordings from the library’s vaults. The analog material in the library’s collection at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology includes recordings of mainly birds,…