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Dan Kempf — June 22, 06:13PM

How can I list the species I've reported but not photographed?

I want to know which species I've seen but not photographed so that I can get photos of them. Is there a way to get that list?

Ian Hearn — June 25, 08:08PM

I'm sorry, I don't think there is any way to. I wish eBird would make that feature, though. You could try emailing them and asking them to make a feature that would track whether what species one has and hasn't photographed.

The closest way that I know of is to open a species (e.g. and under "stats" it will tell you how many times you've seen this species, how many photos you have for it, and how many audio tracks you have for it.

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Gary Leavens — June 25, 09:56PM

There is a way to do this. In a web browser, navigate to's "Explore Data" tab, then to "Target Species". Underneath the heading "Target Species" you will see the text (on the website): "Species you haven't seen", which is the default. Then to the right of that there is a (blue) gear icon; click on that and you will see a selection box with the text "Species you haven't seen" in it. To the right of that box is a downward triangle, click on that and select "Photo targets: species you have seen, but haven't photographed". Then select the region and time of year, and you'll get a ranked (by probability) list of the species that you need

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Gary Leavens — June 25, 10:07PM

I should add that the same idea can be used to find which species you need audio recordings for. Just select "Audio Targets" instead of "Photo Targets".

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