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Migratory Birds Tracking Table

The migratory birds tracking table shows real data on the locations of birds that scientists are tracking. Use the table to find the latitude and longitude of a bird’s location on a given date. Narrow your search by using the dropdown menus to select a bird species and identity. Ready to visualize the data? Head to the Migratory Birds Tracking Map.

Learn more about the black-bellied plover, a large shorebird with a short neck and a distinctive black belly and face.
Learn more about the black-crowned night heron, a medium-sized heron with a stocky build, black crown, gray body and bright, red eyes.
Learn more about the brown pelican, a large, unique bird that lives on shorelines and small islands in colonies with thousands of individuals.
Learn more about the Kirtland's warbler, an endangered bird that nearly went extinct in the past.
Learn more about the long-billed curlew, North America's largest shorebird.
Learn more about the Pacific loon, thought to be the most abundant loon in North America.
Learn more about the Swainson's hawk, a raptor with a thin body and narrow wings that migrates impressive distances.
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