Date: 5/8/19 9:29 am From: Tyler Hallman <hallmanator...> Subject: [obol] Re: Ebird tutorial and lengthy posts
A while ago we made a few videos about eBird foe the Oregon 2020 project. They're a little outdated, but I believe the majority of it is still the same. We don't have a tutorial about the app, but I found a link to one and posted it below. If you scroll to the bottom of the page there are three quick tutorials. They're mainly about data submission. At this point eBird themselves may have come out with something better. If you have any questions, I would be happy to answer them.
On Wed, May 8, 2019 at 8:37 AM Mary Reese <dmarc-noreply...> wrote:
> Is there an "Ebird for Dummies" type course I could take? I downloaded it > onto my phone a year ago, tried to post my list from Prineville Reservoir, > but it wouldn't take it, so I haven't tried anything since. Can't figure > out how to look anything up either. I don't plan to enter anything while > in the field, because I'm too busy being "in the moment" and looking at > other animals and landscapes, often while walking a dog and/or managing > hiking poles. So I prefer tallying up the list later. I really don't know > how to start using it. Maybe Audubon could have a class once in awhile. > > Also, I'm intimidated by these long-winded bird-nerd techy posts and the > overwhelming number of them. Never see that on Tweeters or frankly any > other list I'm on. It would be nice if there was another list for these > kind of conversations and just a friendly regular OBOL for bird sightings. > > Venting complete. :-) > > > > > > *Mary M. ReeseEastrose UU Staff MusicianRose Parkway Cat Sitting > * > *<uuspirit...> <uuspirit...> * > *503-929-7788 * >
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