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Jim Gallie — February 19, 08:05PM

Posting and eBird sightings list on a web page.

I am working on our local Audubon group's website and I have seen other websites (for wildlife refuges) that will have an eBird list of what was recently seen in the area posted on their front page. I was thinking that this would be a nice touch to our page. Would anyone be able to explain how this could be done? I'm creating our page in Wix. Your help is much appreciated!

Jim

Jon farnsworth — February 19, 06:24PM

My wife and I where walking the Colchester causeway and spotteda harlequin duck at the railroad bridge

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Caleb — February 21, 04:08PM

Jim, I believe you are referring to the popular Google gadget Birdtrax.

You can get it here: http://www.birdventurebirding.com/2013/01/birdtrax-website-embedder.html
Instructions for using it here: http://www.birdventurebirding.com/p/birdtrax.html
An eBird article about using it: http://ebird.org/content/ebird/news/birdtrax_20131101/
A website with a similar function: https://www.carolinabirdclub.org/sightings/nearby.html

I hope that helps.

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Jim — April 19, 10:02PM

Thanks, Caleb! I'll have to try this out.

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