Planning your next birding outing in the COG AOI?

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Subject: Planning your next birding outing in the COG AOI?
From: "wallaces" <>
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2012 09:43:17 +1000
The attached map may help if you are looking to fill some of the gaps in the COG database. It's a map of the location of all the datasheets(50037) in the COG database (does not include GBS sites). While some areas have plenty of records, there are still many areas with very few records, some not that far from the city.
Even though each dot is small, it still covers an area 600-700m in diameter. I randomly selected July 2009 to the present to represent the recent period (red dots).
I have tried to keep this map near the COG limit for attachments but have had to reduce the quality to achieve this. If anyone would like a slightly better quality version (159k), let me know.
Happy planning.


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