Re: Godwit locations

Justyn Stahl
 

Thanks Geoff.

Further, we request eBird users use one of the eBird hotspots for tracking this bird:
1) "San Diego River--tidal mudflats" for the spot in Ocean Beach near Robb Field
2) "stakeout Hudsonian Godwit, Mission Beach (2019)" for the spot in Mission Beach

If you've created one of various address based checklists (e.g., " 3715 Ocean Front Walk, San Diego, California, US (32.783, -117.254)") or some variation on one of the above locations, please consider merging it with the appropriate hotspots.

In the description of the bird you can, and should, add details as to where you saw the bird (between which lifeguard towers, near which bridge, etc.)

Please:

1) Read about the importance of hotspots:

https://help.ebird.org/customer/en/portal/articles/1006824-what-is-an-ebird-hotspot-


2) Merge your personal location with the hotspot by doing the following:

https://help.ebird.org/customer/en/portal/articles/1010517-how-do-i-merge-a-personal-location-with-a-hotspot-


3) In the future, when using the eBird app, after selecting Start New Checklist, please select *Choose a Nearby Hotspot* if you're birding at a place that people frequent (typically the case if you are following directions to a recent rare bird).


4) Finally, if you haven't already, please consider taking the free eBird Essentials course:

https://academy.allaboutbirds.org/product/ebird-essentials/


Thanks,
Justyn Stahl


On Wed, May 29, 2019 at 9:07 AM Geoffrey L. Rogers <rogersgl1952@...> wrote:

I have posted maps of the two general locations the bird has been seen at to my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/geoffrey.rogers.9822  The second map shows driving route between them.

 

The two locations are approximately 1.5 miles apart.

 

 

Geoffrey L. Rogers

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San Diego, CA

 

 

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