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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I move a location?

You can only move locations that you've created. Likewise, once a location has been accepted as a hotspot, you can no longer move it, only a hotspot administrator can change its p...

How do I merge a personal location with a hotspot?

You can merge a personal location, and all of its associated checklists, with an existing eBird hotspot by doing the following. Go to "My eBird" and then select "Manage my locatio...

How can I hide locations from the "My Locations" list for data entry?

To hide a location from the "My locations" list that you see during the data entry process go to "My eBird" and then click "Manage my locations." Toggle the check box next to the ...

Some of the maps and graphs won't work, what do I do?

Although we make every attempt to support all web browsers, some obsure and little used browsers may create problems. Likewise, eBird can only support browsers back through a reas...

What web browser works best with eBird?

We recommend using Mozilla Firefox and Chrome with eBird. This free software is available for both Mac and PC and can be downloaded here (Firefox) or here (Chrome). Safari also w...

What is a "Yard" or a "Patch"?

eBird has tools that allow you to keep track of your yard and patch lists, and compare them with your friends and other eBirders. For decades, birders have kept life and year lists...

Can I upload sightings from my desktop listing software?

Yes! Many desktop listing programs allow you to import your data to eBird. By following a few steps you should be able to format your data and bring it into eBird. More specifics c...

Is eBird on Facebook?

Yes, follow us here: http://www.facebook.com/ebird

Is eBird on Twitter?

Yes, follow our tweets here: https://twitter.com/Team_eBird

What is BirdsEye?

“BirdsEye is the best invention for birding since binoculars,” says Kenn Kaufman, renowned birder, author of the Kaufman Field Guide to Birds of North America and team member of a ...

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