eBird Hotspots

Where to Go Birding

Welcome to eBird Hotspots

United States

Links in plain text are to pages in the eBird website. Links in bold text are to pages in this website with additional information about hotspots.

 

This website collects tips for birding from local birders and descriptions and maps of eBird hotspots from eBird and other websites. In eBird, hotspots are shared locations where birders may report their bird sightings to eBird. Hotspots provide birders with information about birding locations where birds are being seen.

Ken Ostermiller, a volunteer hotspot reviewer for eBird, created and manages the website.

eBird is a real-time, online checklist program that has revolutionized the way that the birding community reports and accesses information about birds. Jointly sponsored by the Laboratory of Ornithology at Cornell University and the National Audubon Society, eBird provides rich data sources for basic information on bird abundance and distribution.

eBird can help you

+ Record the birds you see
+ Keep track of your bird lists
+ Explore dynamic maps and graphs
+ Share your sightings and join the eBird community
+ Contribute to science and conservation

In eBird, Hotspots are shared locations where birders may report their bird sightings to eBird. Hotspots provide birders with information about birding locations where birds are being seen.

Links to eBird website

About eBird
eBird Hotspot Explorer
eBird Help Documents
Lists of all eBird Hotspots worldwide
eBird Facebook page

Tips on Managing your eBird Records

How to change the location of a checklist
How to merge a personal location with an eBird Hotspot
How to share a checklist with other birders
How to suggest a personal location as a new eBird Hotspot
How to get a “life list” of bird species at a personal location