Joel Trick — April 02, 10:02PM
Can I generate a list of species for which I have submitted photos?
I like that eBird shows both the number of species and the number of species with photos for each Region. Can I generate a list to tell me which species are represented by photos within the checklists I have submitted?
Caleb — April 03, 03:42PM
Unfortunately, no. This is a common question since My Profile (http://ebird.org/ebird/profile/) came out and gives you a number for species that you've photographed, but not a list.
JW Mills — April 03, 05:47PM
I realize this is not exactly what you are looking for but you can at least find out what photos you have uploaded provided the photos were uploaded directly to eBird rather than linked to a site such as youtube.
Log in, then go to Explore Data, Search Photos and Sounds, then click on My Media. You won't get a list of species but you will see whatever photos you have uploaded.
Ryu Callaway — April 04, 03:26AM
There is a way to get a list of the photos of species which you HAVEN'T submitted photos for
Explore data -> Target Species -> select country/region of interest -> check the with photos box.
This gives you a list of species which you need haven't got photos for from that region.
You can do the same for Audio
meg — August 23, 02:15PM
Joel, Caleb, JW, and Ryu,
Wow, nice recommendations for following assorted paths to good information. This is excellent, but the Ask the Community Forum is minimally used and never reviewed by eBird techies. This question has appeared previously in one form or another.
Shall I make it my contribution to ask that these options are noted in eBird news so that more birders are aware of how to find this information?
Thanks and always good birding,
meg — August 23, 02:24PM
this is what we sent by email moments ago:
The question posed at < http://help.ebird.org/customer/en/portal/questions/17126265-can-i-generate-a-list-of-species-for-which-i-have-submitted-photos-?b_id=1928&new=17126265 > appears several times in the Ask the Community forum. However, we have not seen such good suggestions toward an answer as appears by community respondents. In the interim until better image lists are available (we always trust the intentions of eBird techies if not the alacrity), we suggest that these paths be presented in News and Features so that more birders can follow their progress about details submitted for each species?