Oregon 2020

A statewide benchmark of Oregon's birds

About

The Oregon 2020 Project is a collaboration of citizen scientists and professional ornithologists working towards a high-quality, statewide estimate of the abundance and distribution of Oregon's birds by the year 2020.

2018 COUNTY BIRDING BLITZES

A free, fun way to discover birding hotspots, see new species, and contribute to our project.

Other Ways to Get Involved

Unable to attend our Birding Blitzes? Try these other Oregon 2020 Recommended Activities.
Participation in Oregon 2020 takes just four EASY steps! No matter where you bird, counting birds using our recommended methods improves the quality of citizen science data.
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We have over 2,800 Oregon 2020 Hotspot Squares distributed across the state. Checklists collected in these squares provide a more even coverage of birding data across Oregon.
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No matter where you bird - count ALL the birds you see/hear and enter them into eBird! Oregon 2020 relies on shared citizen science data from people like you.
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29

Counties Surveyed

329

Species Detected

23680

eBird Checklists Submitted

1843

Hotspots Birded

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Oregon 2020 is made possible in part by the Bob and Phyllis Mace Watchable Wildlife endowment. We are grateful for the support of our volunteer citizen scientists, student assistants, and sponsors.

THANKS!

Contact Us

Email
Oregon2021@gmail.com (Note that’s Oregon2021)

Mailing Address

Oregon State University – Oak Creek Lab of Biology
8840 NW Oak Creek Drive
Corvallis, OR 97330
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