Subject: Facebook
From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2018 10:18:54 +0100
Over here in France and Spain birds are reported as per the links below, they 
also cover everything else that moves (!)

The system seems to work very well and from what I understand can also link to 
eBird? Your search can include everything, less frequent, rarities, etc., for 
all groups and covers all regions. I put the Spanish one first as they offer 
English while the Frenh one simultaneously improves your French and Latin :-) 
It’s free and photos and sound bites can be added easily.

The Spanish one I have set to cover Catalonia and the French one covers my 
department and adjacent two departments. (11, 34 & 66). All regions have these. <> <>



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