I've photographed birds mostly here, but there are a few foreign ones in the eBird list, Costa Rica and South Korea. Most of them are witha Canon 65x compact zoom camera. The autofocus drives me crazy most of the time.
I've located 181 birds in Nebraska for 2018. All but 2 were birds of the previous 3 years. Purple finch and the water thrush in link below were new.
On the other hand, it took me 13 years to get to 239 in Missouri, where now with more spare time and driving to locations all less than 30 miles, most only 10, I have 253 in 3 years. There is some overlap, but some 20 birds I only found in Missouri and some 30 only in Nebraska. Life birds are in a rougher list, so I have 517 total (some lack all but year and state where found). Of those I cataloged in eBird 466.
There are no birds in the Southern hemisphere, which I have never visited. But many of the birds I find do that too yearly.
I have pictures of 243. You have to click around here for photos.
Hmm, I think that works only if logged into eBird. The pictures themselves can be viewed in dalily eBird lists without logging in: