Tufted Titmouse in Canada by Nancy C / Macaulay Library.

Below are resources to explore current and past results of the annual bird count. We also provide a step-by-step guide for how to explore local results.

2024 Final Results

The world turned-out in a big way to share their joy of birds. This year we had more 210 countries or subregions report approximately 7,920 of the world’s known species, this is remarkable.

Below, see our final results along with a summary article from this year’s count.

A bluebird with an orange breast sits against a soft purple-blue sky.
Western Bluebird in New Mexico by Bob Walker / Macaulay Library.

Search Local Results

While the world comes together for the birds during GBBC, sometimes it’s fun to review the accomplishments of your local community. Follow this step-by-step guide to learn how to search for results from your community.

Photo by Amrit Raha participating in GBBC with a community group.

Past Results

Every year The Great Backyard Bird Count grows. Our annual results reveal the impressive changes over time, from number of participants around the world, the number of birds counted, and many more inspiring statistics.