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Glenda Keilstrup — March 01, 09:18PM

How do I find he most recent sighting of a particular species in an area

In other words can I filter by species and area?

Mike — March 02, 05:09PM

Glenda,
On the Home Page:
Explore Data > Species Map > Enter Species Name (must click on the auto-filled box) > Date - toggle current year (can bypass Jan & now Feb using the drop down month feature {NOTE: must click the green 'Set Date Range' button} > now set your desired location (or just zoom in) > at some point toggle 'Show Points Sooner' in menu on right side of screen.

If no map pins show up (last 30 days will be orange, older blue) change your date filters.

As far as I know, there is no easy way to get a tabulated listing that could be sorted by arrival period.

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Glenda K — March 02, 06:02PM

Thanks, Mike!

That helped a lot. For years now, we've been able to find Whooping Cranes on 8th St., on Goose Island in Texas when we came down for our condo week in February. There were none to be found this year, and I was trying to find out if others had seen them recently there.

Looks like the reports have been scarce this year, so maybe the local citizens got tired of putting out deer feed for them. They were still on the Aransas WLR, just not on Goose Island.

I appreciate your help. I'll be able to use it now for other species.

Glenda K

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