BirdTrack: Explore My Records

May 24, 2011 at 10:29 am Leave a comment

BirdTrack  is the online tool for recording sightings throughout the year.  It enables recorders to log a wealth of information about observations, including location, date, time, species, count, activity, grid reference, breeding evidence and more.

Now, BTO has launched a great new facility that gives observers many more ways to search and analyse their records. Explore My Records provides tools like a location map that displays all records from each site, improved listing features and a redesigned download option giving easy access to all aspects of your sightings, including any Optional Details.

All this data can be exported in spreadsheet format, opening the possibility of further manipulation and import into other software packages such as MapMate.

BirdTrack

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