And also helpful is access to monthly bar charts for the hotspot locations for
what you might expect.
From: texbirds-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:texbirds-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Bryce Hardway
Sent: Friday, March 11, 2016 9:28 AM
Cc: texbirds Posting email <texbirds@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [texbirds] Re: Birding hotspots locator.
There is an Explore Hotspot section on Ebird. It's under the Explore Data
subtitle (should be next to Submit Observations) You can type what county of
city you'll be staying in and it'll load up all hotspots in that area with
previous checklists of birds that have been seen there recently
On Friday, March 11, 2016, LSDOLLS <lsdolls@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I will be in an unfamiliar location in Texas and want to find the
birding hotspot locations. Is there an iPhone app or feature for an
iPhone that offers that?
I use eBird for recording sightings but I don't think they have an
easy quick way to locate hotspots. I may and could be overlooking it though.
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