Notes for adding bird records

When adding bird records it is important to include a value for the field "Breeding Bird Evidence" to all bird records, even if it is "none". Birds are often observed at locations away from breeding or concentration sites (i.e. at sites that are not important for the conservation of the species). Without the Breeding Bird Evidence field filled out, we cannot use the record in most cases.

For those users of eBird, if you are entering your bird records to eBird as well as iNaturalist, please try to indicate this in the submission to iNaturalist to help us sort out duplicates. You can add the eBird checklist link using the "associated observation" data field.

Please contact us if you have any questions!

Posted on November 15, 2017 05:54 PM by sarahrobinson sarahrobinson | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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