eBird - entering legacy state-level lists.

To: 'mat & cathy' <>, "" <>
Subject: eBird - entering legacy state-level lists.
From: Peter Shute <>
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Date: Fri, 5 Jun 2015 00:50:29 +0000
Thanks for clarifying that, Mat. I hope I didn't lead anyone astray with that 

Peter Shute

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> From: mat & cathy 
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> Cc: Chris Sanderson; Adam Bruins; Peter Shute
> Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] eBird - entering legacy state-level lists.

> PS - A quick clarification on personal vs hotspot locations for Peter"
> Personal locations are "owned" by the observer (who can move
> them and rename them).  The data in these sites are still
> completely public, and show up on maps. (I tend to use these
> locations for random highway raptor sightings).

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