Follow the counting progress

This map will show the counting progress. Counts will not be added automatically but will almost be real time. Grey dots mark the locations with actual counts from between 2014 and 2016. Coral coloured dots are from this year. It will be interesting to see the distribution of locations.

Number of shorebird species seen up to date: 144

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With the observation of a Barred Buttonquail in Thailand, a never reported shorebird species became the new Global Shorebird Counting species. © Alder Chang (Photo was legally embedded from Alder Chang’s Flickr stream with direct link to his portfolio. Check out his work.)

List of shorebird species seen during Global Shorebird Counting 2017 (updated at least daily)

  1. Common Buttonquail
  2. Red-backed Buttonquail
  3. Hottentot Buttonquail
  4. Black-rumped Buttonquail
  5. Yellow-legged Buttonquail
  6. Spotted Buttonquail
  7. Barred Buttonquail
  8. Madagascan Buttonquail
  9. Black-breasted Buttonquail
  10. Chestnut-backed Buttonquail
  11. Buff-breasted Buttonquail
  12. Painted Buttonquail
  13. Worcester’s Buttonquail
  14. Sumba Buttonquail
  15. Red-chested Buttonquail
  16. Little Buttonquail
  17. Quail-plover
  18. Eurasian Stone-curlew
  19. Indian Stone-curlew
  20. Senegal Thick-knee
  21. Water Thick-knee
  22. Spotted Thick-knee
  23. Double-striped Thick-knee
  24. Peruvian Thick-knee
  25. Bush Stone-curlew
  26. Great Stone-curlew
  27. Beach Stone-curlew
  28. Snowy Sheathbill
  29. Black-faced Sheathbill
  30. Magellanic Plover
  31. Magellanic Oystercatcher
  32. Blackish Oystercatcher
  33. Black Oystercatcher
  34. American Oystercatcher
  35. African Oystercatcher
  36. Eurasian Oystercatcher
  37. South Island Oystercatcher
  38. Pied Oystercatcher
  39. Variable Oystercatcher
  40. Chatham Oystercatcher
  41. Sooty Oystercatcher
  42. Crab-plover
  43. Ibisbill
  44. Black-winged Stilt
  45. White-headed Stilt
  46. Black-necked Stilt
  47. White-backed Stilt
  48. Black Stilt
  49. Banded Stilt
  50. Pied Avocet
  51. American Avocet
  52. Red-necked Avocet
  53. Andean Avocet
  54. Northern Lapwing
  55. Long-toed Lapwing
  56. Blacksmith Lapwing
  57. Spur-winged Lapwing
  58. River Lapwing
  59. Black-headed Lapwing
  60. Yellow-wattled Lapwing
  61. White-crowned Lapwing
  62. Senegal Lapwing
  63. Black-winged Lapwing
  64. Crowned Lapwing
  65. African Wattled Lapwing
  66. Spot-breasted Lapwing
  67. Brown-chested Lapwing
  68. Grey-headed Lapwing
  69. Red-wattled Lapwing
  70. Banded Lapwing
  71. Masked Lapwing
  72. Sociable Lapwing
  73. White-tailed Lapwing
  74. Southern Lapwing
  75. Andean Lapwing
  76. Red-kneed Dotterel
  77. Inland Dotterel
  78. Wrybill
  79. European Golden Plover
  80. Pacific Golden Plover
  81. American Golden Plover
  82. Grey Plover
  83. New Zealand Plover
  84. Common Ringed Plover
  85. Semipalmated Plover
  86. Long-billed Plover
  87. Little Ringed Plover
  88. Wilson’s Plover
  89. Killdeer
  90. Piping Plover
  91. Madagascan Plover
  92. Kittlitz’s Plover
  93. St. Helena Plover
  94. Three-banded Plover
  95. Forbes’s Plover
  96. White-fronted Plover
  97. Kentish Plover
  98. Snowy Plover
  99. Javan Plover
  100. Red-capped Plover
  101. Malaysian Plover
  102. Chestnut-banded Plover
  103. Collared Plover
  104. Puna Plover
  105. Two-banded Plover
  106. Double-banded Plover
  107. Lesser Sand Plover
  108. Greater Sand Plover
  109. Caspian Plover
  110. Oriental Plover
  111. Eurasian Dotterel
  112. Rufous-chested Plover
  113. Mountain Plover
  114. Hooded Dotterel
  115. Shore Dotterel
  116. Black-fronted Dotterel
  117. Tawny-throated Dotterel
  118. Diademed Sandpiper-Plover
  119. Pied Plover
  120. Egyptian Plover
  121. Greater Painted-snipe
  122. Australian Painted-snipe
  123. South American Painted-snipe
  124. Lesser Jacana
  125. African Jacana
  126. Madagascan Jacana
  127. Comb-crested Jacana
  128. Pheasant-tailed Jacana
  129. Bronze-winged Jacana
  130. Northern Jacana
  131. Wattled Jacana
  132. Plains-wanderer
  133. Rufous-bellied Seedsnipe
  134. White-bellied Seedsnipe
  135. Grey-breasted Seedsnipe
  136. Least Seedsnipe
  137. Eurasian Woodcock
  138. Amami Woodcock
  139. Javan Woodcock
  140. New Guinea Woodcock
  141. Bukidnon Woodcock
  142. Sulawesi Woodcock
  143. Moluccan Woodcock
  144. American Woodcock
  145. Chatham Snipe
  146. Snares Snipe
  147. Subantarctic Snipe
  148. Jack Snipe
  149. Solitary Snipe
  150. Latham’s Snipe
  151. Wood Snipe
  152. Pin-tailed Snipe
  153. Swinhoe’s Snipe
  154. African Snipe
  155. Madagascan Snipe
  156. Great Snipe
  157. Common Snipe
  158. Wilson’s Snipe
  159. South American Snipe
  160. Puna Snipe
  161. Noble Snipe
  162. Giant Snipe
  163. Fuegian Snipe
  164. Jameson’s Snipe
  165. Imperial Snipe
  166. Short-billed Dowitcher
  167. Long-billed Dowitcher
  168. Asian Dowitcher
  169. Black-tailed Godwit
  170. Hudsonian Godwit
  171. Bar-tailed Godwit
  172. Marbled Godwit
  173. Little Curlew
  174. Whimbrel
  175. Bristle-thighed Curlew
  176. Slender-billed Curlew
  177. Eurasian Curlew
  178. Far Eastern Curlew
  179. Long-billed Curlew
  180. Upland Sandpiper
  181. Spotted Redshank
  182. Common Redshank
  183. Marsh Sandpiper
  184. Common Greenshank
  185. Nordmann’s Greenshank
  186. Greater Yellowlegs
  187. Lesser Yellowlegs
  188. Green Sandpiper
  189. Solitary Sandpiper
  190. Wood Sandpiper
  191. Grey-tailed Tattler
  192. Wandering Tattler
  193. Willet
  194. Terek Sandpiper
  195. Common Sandpiper
  196. Spotted Sandpiper
  197. Tuamotu Sandpiper
  198. Ruddy Turnstone
  199. Black Turnstone
  200. Surfbird
  201. Great Knot
  202. Red Knot
  203. Sanderling
  204. Semipalmated Sandpiper
  205. Western Sandpiper
  206. Red-necked Stint
  207. Little Stint
  208. Temminck’s Stint
  209. Long-toed Stint
  210. Least Sandpiper
  211. White-rumped Sandpiper
  212. Baird’s Sandpiper
  213. Pectoral Sandpiper
  214. Sharp-tailed Sandpiper
  215. Curlew Sandpiper
  216. Purple Sandpiper
  217. Rock Sandpiper
  218. Dunlin
  219. Stilt Sandpiper
  220. Spoon-billed Sandpiper
  221. Broad-billed Sandpiper
  222. Buff-breasted Sandpiper
  223. Ruff
  224. Wilson’s Phalarope
  225. Red-necked Phalarope
  226. Red Phalarope
  227. Cream-colored Courser
  228. Somali Courser
  229. Burchell’s Courser
  230. Temminck’s Courser
  231. Indian Courser
  232. Double-banded Courser
  233. Three-banded Courser
  234. Bronze-winged Courser
  235. Jerdon’s Courser
  236. Australian Pratincole
  237. Collared Pratincole
  238. Oriental Pratincole
  239. Black-winged Pratincole
  240. Madagascan Pratincole
  241. Rock Pratincole
  242. Grey Pratincole
  243. Small Pratincole

 

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3 thoughts on “Follow the counting progress

    • Don’t worry about it now as it is a manual process and it takes time to go through the hundreds of submitted checklists. If you submitted it it will appear eventually.

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