About the Indiana Audubon Society Yearly Bird List
Allee Forsberg is the editor for the Indiana Birder’s List article that appears annually in the Indiana Audubon Quarterly. The deadline to submit your life and annual lists is February 1, 2019.
Lists that may be sent are
- North America
- Indiana county lists
- Property list
You may submit both life and year lists. The lists should be what you saw up to and including December 31, 2018. There is no charge for doing this. eBird users can simply go to their “my ebird” page and find all of the categories to report without any additional work or math to calculate your totals. You can find the form below.
IAS only needs the number of birds seen and not the actual lists of species. Please note 50 species is the lower threshold to report a list.
You can include property lists. If you include property lists please give a brief description of your property: urban yard, suburban yard, or country yard. Also give an approximate size estimate. An urban or suburban yard might be measured in feet such as 50 by 70 feet and a country yard in acres such as 25 acres.
You may include interesting information about your birding activities such as places you birded and milestone birds that you saw.
The ABA list only includes Canada and the United States. The ABA began including Hawaii in 2017. The North America list covers everything north of the Columbian-Panamanian border. It also includes the West Indies, Mexico and Central America but not Hawaii.
While membership in the IAS is suggested for people who are involved in the list report, it is not a requirement. People who are not members will still have their lists included.
Please consider joining the Indiana Audubon Society, we are not affiliated with the National Audubon Society and depend upon your donations to exist.
The list article will be published in the Indiana Audubon Quarterly (IAQ) May issue in 2019.
Compiler Volunteer: Allee Forsberg (firstname.lastname@example.org).
NOTE: Please use the online form to submit your information. Volunteers with IAS spend a huge amount of time ensuring the accuracy of your submissions and compiling the results. We are thankful for your participation and hope that you understand our request.