Now that you can input bird observation data from anywhere in the world into eBird there is some really cool information available, like world-wide range maps for any species in the world. Of course, once more data is entered outside of North America the maps will be much more valuable. Try it out; it’s fun!
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The Parasitic Jaegar map is pretty funny – it repeats Europe, Asia and Africa three times across the screen.
It is very cool. I need to keep better notes; I’ve been adding all my sightings over the years but I seldom collected detailed enough notes to ad here.