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Jeffrey Stacey — March 16, 02:00PM

Month life list for a given month

I know how to get my life list for the current month using this URL:
http://ebird.org/ebird/MyEBird?cmd=list&r=US-MI&time=month&year=-1&sortKey=obs_dt&o=asc

If I change the year value from -1 to a valid year, it will show me only the species from the current month in that year.

Is there a way to specify a month other than the current one? I tried these options without any success:
http://ebird.org/ebird/MyEBird?cmd=list&r=US-MI&time=month&year=-1&month=2&sortKey=obs_dt&o=asc

http://ebird.org/ebird/MyEBird?cmd=list&r=US-MI&time=month&year=-1&month=feb&sortKey=obs_dt&o=asc

http://ebird.org/ebird/MyEBird?cmd=list&r=US-MI&time=month&year=-1&month=february&sortKey=obs_dt&o=asc

Otherwise I'll have to remember to capture my month life lists each month just before it ends OR download all my data and play in Excel.

Thanks,
Jeff

Jeffrey Stacey — March 16, 10:06AM

N/M - I figured it out myself.

http://ebird.org/ebird/MyEBird?cmd=list&r=US-MI&time=month&year=-1&m=2&sortKey=obs_dt&o=asc

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Filmore — March 17, 12:34AM

The r value specifies the area, as in r=US-MI specifies Michigan.
The m value specifies the month, as in m=2 specifies February.
Note that ampersands separate parameters.
So, to see all birds on your Alaska list in June of 1975, you would use:

http://ebird.org/ebird/MyEBird?cmd=list&r=US-AK&time=month&year=1975&m=6&sortKey=obs_dt&o=asc

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Caleb — March 20, 05:26PM

You could probably get the same list by generating a month report via "Summary Tables - Your Data", although that will include spuhs and slashes.

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