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In this paper we describe eBird, a highly successful citizen science project. With over 150,000 participants worldwide and an accumulation of over 140,000,000 bird observations globally in the last decade, eBird has evolved into a major tool for scientific investigations in diverse fields such as ornithology, computer science, statistics, ecology and climate change. eBird's impact in scientific research is grounded in careful data curation practices that pay attention to all stages of the datadoi:10.2218/ijdc.v9i1.302 fatcat:pev54h7slbbkla5no2iqzo2yce