Date: 6/22/18 2:20 pm
From: birdrecords <birdrecords...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Why are Detailed eBird Locations Important? – New Hampshire Bird Records Winter 2016-17
For eBird users – detailed locations are important and people often wonder why. Perhaps you’ve received an email from a New Hampshire Bird Records volunteer asking you to clarify one of your locations. Learn why and how you can make your eBird data as valuable as possible for bird conservation and research here:

The Winter 2016-17 issue also has articles on Birding at Lake Massabesic, the NH Rare Birds Committee Report, changes to the state Threatened and Endagered Species List, and the usual features such as the results from the Christmas Bird Count, Field Trip Reports, Field Notes, Photo Quiz, and Winter 2016-17 sighting highlights and analysis. Check the table of contents at the link above.

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