Welcome to my bird app!

Set a default location
Type in a new default location code
Find an area's eBird location code
Find a location code!

Start by entering a 2-letter country code. (Use "GB" for locations in Great Britain.)

    You can also explore eBird.org to find your region ID

    What is an eBird region?

    You can explore eBird data for an entire country, or for a smaller region like a state or province... sometimes, for a specific county or city.

    For example, you can search bird data in all of Canada (CA), in the entire province of Ontario (CA-ON), or just in the city of Toronto (CA-ON-TO).

    The United States, Canada, and Great Britain (GB) are examples of areas where bird data is recorded by top level location, region and sub-region. Many countries, however, do not break down their regions into sub-regions. For example, Sweden's top-level country location code is SE, and Stockholm's location code is SE-AB, and there are no smaller sub-regions classified by eBird.

    See recent reports of Rare or Unusual birds!

    Showing birds reported in: / (Default Location: CA-PE-PR)

    Quick select:

    ... or enter manually

    Birds Awaiting Review


    Birds Recently Confirmed


    Show Detailed Observation Reports

    Sightings Not Yet Verified / Pending Review:


    Confirmed Sightings:


    Other Tools

    When was each bird species last seen in your area?

    Showing birds reported in: / (Default Location: CA-PE-PR)

    or set manually

    Reported in the last 30 days...

    What happened on...?

    Showing summary for: / (Default Location: CA-PE-PR)

    ⚠️ a current bug in the API shows 0 results for location codes with sub-regions! (eg CA-ON-TO) ⚠️

    or set manually

    Summary for 2021-12-01

    Number of Checklists submitted:

    Number of Checklist contributors:

    Number of Bird Species seen: