Long-time readers may remember eBird, the birding database featured in the 10-07-2005 Scout Report. Bird Count India manages eBird-India, an extension of the eBird project focused on "the needs of birders in India." Bird Count India also provides several platforms and sub-projects "for people interested in birds at any level, [making it] possible for you to have fun birding while at the same time pooling your efforts with those of thousands of others so that the combined information is available for research and conservation." In addition to the eBird India platform, readers will find birding guides (under the Birding dropdown menu), activities and workshops (under the Events dropdown menu), bird atlases (under the Projects tab), and much more. Experienced birders may enjoy the Challenges page, where they can sign up for monthly or yearly competitions. The Species and Analysis pages lead to relevant articles, and upcoming events are highlighted on the right-hand panel of the site. Bird Count India is supported by the Duleep Matthai Nature Conservation Trust, Nature Conservation Foundation, and Rohini Nilekani Philanthropies.