This video says about itself:
18 December 2014
The organisers write:
The most frequently observed species were:
The number of people involved: 25.115
The number of birds counted: 4.279.501
The number of activities: 1.046
During the observations rare bird species were encountered in many countries. Among these rarities were the first record of Sardinian Warbler for Luxembourg, Red-throated Pipits in Austria and the Netherlands, Dusky Warbler and Siberian Stonechat in Finland, Broad-billed Sandpiper in Italy, Richard’s Pipits and Yellow-browed Warblers in the Netherlands, 5 Great Bustards and 6 Sociable Lapwings in Turkey, Gyrfalcon and Hume’s Warbler in Sweden, Bonelli’s Eagle in Switzerland and 2.200 Sociable Lapwings in Uzbekistan.
In Montenegro the first ever ringing activities with Montenegrin rings took place!
See also here.