10605Re: [CALBIRDS] Birding List Digest (Sialia) and eBird
- Jan 1, 2013It's probably also worth mentioning that the American Birding Association
compiles and publishes the postings from every bird email list in the US.
It's on their website at:
It doesn't have any different info as sialia.com, but I find the interface
at the ABA's website a little easier to use. YMMV.
Happy new year,
On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 6:57 AM, Chris Conard <conardc@...> wrote:
> While this won't be news to the vast majority of Calbirds members, many new
> folks join and some out of state birders subscribe for short periods, so I
> figured it would be worth mentioning other sources of info on rare bird
> Rarities are often posted for a few days on Calbirds and then many updates
> or more detailed directions are posted local lists (maybe that shouldn't be
> the case, but it often is, so it is worth checking). Nearly all of the
> local/regional lists are available through the Birding List Digest (Sialia)
> (for California: http://digest.sialia.com/?region=2). Another great
> source that keeps getting better is eBird (Explore Data, then Range and
> Point Maps or Bar Charts).
> In light of the confusion over the status of the Falcated Duck in Colusa,
> these sources are worth checking, especially before making a long drive.
> All the best,
> Chris Conard
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