[Tweeters] Sharing eBird Checklists in your Tweeters Post
Connally, Wendy A (DFW)
Wendy.Connally at dfw.wa.gov
Tue Apr 26 14:52:44 PDT 2016
Hey Tweeters! Have you ever wanted to share your eBird checklists in your Tweeters' post?
Even if other Tweeters don't have an eBird account, you can share your full checklist and they can view it and a map by including this step-by-step text, customizing the information in parentheses for your trip:
1. Click on this link eBird Explore Data<http://ebird.org/ebird/pnw/eBirdReports?cmd=Start> OR open eBird Northwest http://ebird.org/content/nw/ and click Explore Data tab
2. Click "Explore a Region" and enter (county where you birded for which you submitted checklist)
3. Click "Recent Visits" tab
4. Click (insert date with your name beside it for the particular checklist you want people to see)
That takes the viewer right to your particular checklist and they can see your eBird checklist.
If you add one more step - "5. Click "Map" next to the Location" - then a separate tab opens with a Google Map of your birding site opens and they can get directions to that place.
Of course, you can always share checklists with other eBirders in your "Manage Checklists" dashboard (here's how: http://help.ebird.org/customer/en/portal/articles/1010555-understanding-the-ebird-checklist-sharing-process?b_id=1928)
Wendy Connally | Citizen Science Coordinator
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife | Wildlife Diversity Conservation Assessment
(360) 902.2695 office | Wendy.Connally at dfw.wa.gov<mailto:Wendy.Connally at dfw.wa.gov>
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