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Adam Burnett — July 29, 02:35AM

How can I contact my local eBird reviewer?

I do not know who the reviewer is for my region, and I need to contact the reviewer about a flagged observation that I have submitted. How can I find out who my reviewer is, and how can I get in contact?

Mark Stevenson — July 29, 09:17PM

Usually they will contact you about a flagged entry.
You could enter "Please contact me" in the species comment to make your position clear.

More details on the review process are here:

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Monte Taylor — November 12, 12:41AM

At 6:40 AM this morning, Nov 11, 2013, a large group, including me, got on a kingfisher that all of us (approx 30-40 birders) all had ourselves convinced it was the Amazon Kingfisher. I see (including mine) many posts (some by very repurtable birders who have CONFIRMED on their posts at 6-7 AM this morning) that are in fact NOT correct.

I have looked at my images from 6:40 AM to 7:05 AM where all of the birders there at the "Amazon" spot were looking at and saying Amazon and in fact they all show to be a male Green Kingfisher.

Later in the day today (Nov 11) we did in fact find and I photographed extensively, the female Amazon Kingfisher! This bird was emphatically the correct bird and conclusively shows that the bird we all believed this morning to be the Amazon was nothing but a male Green.

View my images (Green Kingfisher male is the male Green photo on my webiste: and the Amazon images from this afternoon are indeed that and can be viewed at: and viewed by approx 30+ birders from around 2:40sh until well after 3 PM today.

The morning bird was NOT an Amazon!!!

eBird posts need to be edited to clearly show this, AND, if I had phone numbers or contacts for all those individuals this morning (save one who I did and contacted) who had believed we had the Amazon, I would contact to let them know that the bird in question in the AM was NOT the Amazon but a Green.

Monte Taylor

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