I'm curious as to why some of the better birders out their don't use eBird.
We all take advantage of technology somewhat these days, be it calls from friends and peers about a bird on cell phones, the internet for research, or whatever...
It seems pretty harmless and is easy to use and would seem to keep people on the sharp lookout in a sort of friendly competition.
I went Owling this winter with that California guy that came up to see the Siberian Accentor to show him the Boreal Owl my daughter and I had been hearing, and he seemed "dead set" against eBird.
I don't wish to start a heated birding political discussion, but what's the valid the argument against eBird?
at home in Anchorage, Alaska