The Indiana Bird Records Committee (IBRC) evaluates the evidence for records of birds that are rare or unusual in Indiana and maintains a state checklist. The IBRC also maintains a Review List of birds that require documentation. Anyone observing a bird on the Review List should submit written documentation along with any photographic evidence to the IBRC chairman.
By judging the authenticity of these submitted reports, our aim is to contribute to the study of bird population and vagrancy. For more information about our committee's purpose and procedures, feel free to browse our Bylaws.
IBRC suggests birders follow the ABA Code of Birding Ethics
View the ABA Code of Birding Ethics here: http://listing.aba.org/ethics/
Documentation of rare birds or questions about the IBRC should be directed to the IBRC Chairman, Kirk Roth at (email@example.com).
|Roseate Spoonbill at Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area 2009. Photo by Jim Sullivan.