世界各地のeBirdデータ

eBird サイエンス

eBird transforms the global birding community's passion for birds into a powerful resource for research, conservation, and education.

eBirdステータスとトレンド

高解像度のデータ、可視化、ツールにより、鳥類の個体群がどこに存在し、時間の経過とともにどのように変化していくかを説明しています。これはeBirdのデータを利用しており、毎年更新され、最高の科学情報を提供しています。

eBirdのデータやツールを利用する

eBirdは幅広い科学的な疑問に対応する、強力な情報資源です。eBirdのデータやツールにアクセスし、分析し、引用する方法をご紹介します。

調査研究と保全活動への応用

eBirdは科学と保全分野においてますます重要な役割を果たしています。eBirdデータの活用は、調査研究やモニタリング、種の管理、生息地の保護、法律や政策への情報提供など多岐にわたります。

最新のサイエンス・ニュース

eBird Impacts: European Bee-eaters expand their range northwards

The breeding range of European Bee-eaters has expanded approximately 1000 km (620 mi) northwards, possibly due to warming temperatures across Europe. A team of researchers recently used eBird data to investigate the relationship between European Bee-eaters and climate and also model future range shifts.

eBird Impacts: Priority areas for vulture conservation in Ethiopia

A team of international researchers used eBird data to model the distribution and habitat needs of imperiled vulture species in Ethiopia. Their goal was to identify areas of conservation priority to protect these important members of nature’s “clean-up crew.”

Nighttime Lights Lure Nocturnal Migrating Birds into Areas of Increased Risk

Many birds migrate at night. The cool and calm evening skies make migrating at night a little smoother for birds, but nighttime lights can make their journey more treacherous.

注目のプロジェクト

ShorebirdViz(シギ・チドリ類のマップ)

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology teamed up with multiple non-profit organizations, international shorebird collaboratives, biologists, and agencies to create ShorebirdViz—an interactive tool that combines observations of shorebirds in eBird with state-of-the art statistical models and machine learning to produce relative abundance estimates and estimates of population size across the Western Hemisphere.

ShorebirdViz(シギ・チドリ類のマップ)