E-Bird keeps delivering for the birders of the world

Cornell University | Ithaca, NY
July 19, 2019

E-Bird allows birders to see more birds, create and track field lists of sightings and share them with the broader birding community. E-bird is not just a powerful tool for the individual birder, but for bird conservation.

Story produced by: Alana Shizume, undergraduate senior in Biological Sciences; Paul Morgan, Master’s student in Geological Sciences; and Isabelle Leonard, TST BOCES New Visions Engineering High School Senior, at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.  Instruction provided by STEM SRL Connected Educators Julie Nucci: Adjunct Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University, Nancy Coddington: Director of Science Content, Services, and Programming, WSKG, and David Syracuse: TST BOCES New Visions Engineering High School Teacher. This video was created as a part of ENGRG 3360: Developing STEM Storytelling Skills with WSKG Public Media and the PBS NewsHour at Cornell University in the S2019 semester.