A solitary exotic bird, the Cattle Tyrant, was spotted this week in downtown Corpus Christi, Texas. Birders from all over the country rushed to the gulf coast of Texas to try to catch a glimpse of this yellow flycatcher far from its home in South America.
Since 2016, volunteers across the United States have participated in the Climate Watch survey to collect data about target species to help Audubon scientists better understand how birds are responding to climate change. This summer was my first opportunity to work with the Bexar Audubon Society to get involved and collect this crucial data about the Lesser Goldfinch.
Discover the Haikubox, an AI-powered bird ID station by Loggerhead Instruments. In this comprehensive review we’ll explore its build quality, installation process, app features, bird detections, and more. Enhance your birdwatching experience with this reliable and user-friendly device.
Bird identification through bioacoustic monitoring is an exciting field with numerous technological advancements. In this comparison showdown, we’ll be taking a closer look at three popular bioacoustic bird identification stations: BirdNET-Pi, Haikubox, and Birdweather’s PUC.
In this tutorial, I will explain how to create an iOS Scriptable widget that displays the bird visitors in your backyard. By combining data from a BirdNET-Pi station and BirdWeather.com, we can develop a fun widget that showcases the diversity of feathered friends that visit our gardens.
Every year, bird enthusiasts and nature lovers from all around the world eagerly participate in an event known as Global Big Day. This event, organized by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and eBird, encourages individuals of all ages and skill levels to spend a day in the great outdoors, celebrating the incredible diversity of birdlife and seeing as many birds as possible.