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BirdCast is highlighted in 20 August 2013 Science Times

A recent article, entitled “Crowdsourcing, for the birds,” appeared on the front page of the Science Times in the 20 August 2013 New York Times. In addition to a Birdcast reference in the print article (and a link in the digital edition), the multimedia portion for the online version, entitled “21st century Birding,” features a […]


BirdCast receives Best Paper Award for the Computational Sustainability at AAAI Conference

Team BirdCast was the recipient of the Best Paper Award for the Computational Sustainability Track of AAAI-2013 (The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence), a recognition that is sponsored by the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) of the Computing Research Association (CRA) and was presented at the annual meeting in Seattle, Washington. The paper, entitled “Approximate […]


BirdCast referenced in 13 November 2012 Science Times

BirdCast was referenced in the New York Times in the Tuesday Science Times on 13 November 2012 in the story, “To Birds, Storm Survival Is Only Natural,” by Natalie Angier. Additionally, BirdCast PI Andrew Farnsworth was quoted in this article.


BirdCast covers the ornithological effects of Hurricane Sandy

Numerous articles linked and referenced the BirdCast website during the extensive media coverage of Hurricane Sandy. The following is a list of links to radio, print, and Internet coverage of the storm relevant to (or referencing) BirdCast. Discovery.com – EXCELLENT IDEA OF THE DAY: POST-SANDY BIRDING NewsDay – Exotic birds traveled to Long Island with Sandy […]


September and October 2012 media coverage of BirdCast

As part of the coverage of BirdCast that resulted from the journalist only event in Manhattan, a number of media outlets wrote, spoke, or covered stories on the project. Cornell Daily Sun provided this coverage. Cornell Chronicle wrote this piece. University of Delaware Review wrote this piece. Wynne Parry at LiveScience has this to say […]


Journalists-only luncheon: ‘Forecasting Seasonal Bird Migration’ with Cornell ornithologist Andrew Farnsworth on Sept. 6 in NYC

WHAT: “Forecasting Seasonal Bird Migration” – with Andrew Farnsworth of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Farnsworth is based in New York City. WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012 from Noon to 1:30 p.m. WHERE: Cornell’s ILR Conference Center, 16 East 34th Street, 6th floor, Midtown Manhattan MEDIA: You are invited to attend this journalists-only luncheon with […]


Birdcast featured on National Public Radio’s All Tech Considered

“These Apps Are Going To The Birds, And People Who Watch Them” All Tech Considered, National Public Radio http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2012/05/08/152191615/these-apps-are-going-to-the-birds-and-people-who-watch-them


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