World Shorebirds Day 2017 is approaching

Black-tailed Godwit

Black-tailed Godwit by Phil Gower. Image was legally embedded from Phil Gower photostream. Please click on the photo for seeing the original post. Copyright of Phil Gower

It’s been a while… and here comes another great World Shorebirds Day. I have created the counting location registration form, which can be accessed here, and shared a map to make your planned and valid locations visible.

Global Shorebird Counting will take place between 1-7 September 2017

If you plan to be or have been a returning counter, we have a good news for you. As last year’s announcement for returning counters came out late, our offer for the great prizes remains valid for all those registering through this dedicated form (see under this post) and sending at least one checklist each yer from 2017 till 2019 from the Global Shorebird Counting dates. A detailed blogpost will come out shortly about it. If you haven’t subscribed to our blog, please do it now so that you don’t miss our announcements.

7 thoughts on “World Shorebirds Day 2017 is approaching

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  3. Hello
    I have registered to participate in this event and have picked a couple of areas that I know I will be going. I plan on going to other areas but not sure where. Can I still share those lists with you even though they are not listed on the form?

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