November eBirder of the Month Problem

Birding is centered on connections: connecting to 1’s self, connecting to nature, and connecting to others. This month’s eBirder of the Month problem, sponsored by ZEISS, is all about birding collectively. This might be a day within the subject with a long-time birding pal with whom you’ve been checking a neighborhood patch for 30 years, or getting out with somebody who’s simply beginning. It might be with an current eBirder or an birder who hasn’t began eBirding but. The eBirder of the Month shall be drawn from eBirders who submit 20 eligible shared checklists throughout November. Every shared guidelines that you simply’re part of counts in the direction of qualifying for the problem. These lists might be shared with you from one other individual or shared from you to another person—the one requirement is that each one folks on the shared guidelines had been part of the birding occasion. These checklists should be entered, shared, and accepted by the final day of the month with the intention to qualify for the drawing.

We hope that you should utilize this guidelines sharing problem as inspiration to get out within the subject with fellow birders. Introduce somebody to eBird. Join with a birding buddy at your favourite hotspot. Take a stroll on the native park along with your youngsters, or submit in your native birding e mail checklist or Fb group to see if somebody needs to go see what’s round at a close-by hotspot. Exit and have a superb time!

The winner will obtain a brand new ZEISS SFL 8×40 binocular and shall be notified by the tenth of the next month. Every month we’ll characteristic a brand new eBird problem and set of choice standards. And don’t neglect to submit lists for the 2023 Guidelines-a-day Problem!

ZEISS is a confirmed chief in sports activities optics and is the official optics sponsor for eBird. “We’re thrilled to proceed our partnership with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and assist the important scientific information being collected by devoted eBirders.” – Richard Moncrief, Birding and Nature Remark Phase Supervisor at ZEISS.

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