This presentation will introduce the eBird and Merlin projects and will also touch on the growth of eBird usage in Hawaii, popular birding locations and times of year, data coverage and gaps, and how to use eBird’s tools to find new places to bird on the islands.
Presentation length: 19 minutes
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About the Presenter
Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology
My focus is on enhancing engagement and communication among eBird contributors, regional data editors, and our scientific partners. I work to develop resources to support and instruct eBirders and eBird reviewers alike; because an active, knowledgeable eBird community means more high-quality data for bird conservation! I look forward to collaborating with groups worldwide to promote eBird’s continued growth and diversification.
My career interests lie at the intersection of science, conservation, and public engagement. I strive to foster the same passion for birds that I feel every day, in others.