Our first Monthly Roundup – March 2022
We've been getting a lot of great birds lately, all thanks to the enthusiastic contributions of birders in Singapore! More and more members of the community are also using eBird to record their sightings, which has made it easier to keep track of these sightings in a single consolidated source. So we believe now is as good a time as ever for the Singapore Birds Project to start publishing monthly bird roundups, summarizing records of rare and scarce species locally over the past month. This roundup is the first of the series, and it contains sightings posted on eBird as well as rarity records submitted to the Singapore Bird Database.
More ways to interact with Singapore’s rare bird data
Our Records Committee page is growing rapidly, with over 1400 records and counting. The team is also hard at work to build on the content featured on the site. In this post, we discuss the latest addition to our functionality list: a bar-chart view for rare bird species to illustrate the best time of year to look for each species.
Singapore Avifauna records on eBird
By Raghav Narayanswamy For much of my first few years of birding in Singapore, I wondered how the data from earlier eras in local ornithology could be made available for more to benefit; if early dates and late dates, major hotspots, past trends in the local avifauna, among other useful information, could be compiled in […]