eBird vs Birdata

Subject: eBird vs Birdata
From: Mike Grigg <>
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2019 18:13:24 +1000
Hi Jack

eBird is in some ways more user friendly but Birdata is the national bird database and entering bird survey data conforming with birdata methodologies is the scientific way to go.  The data can then be used in a variety of ways by Birdlife Australia (our national birding organisaation) for research i.e. compilation of the State of Australia’s Birds and the Atlas program  (see Atlas and Birdata on the webpage).


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