If you are an Ornitho user, and want to import your data to My Birding, just follow these few steps, no matter on which Ornitho website you keep your records.
On this page you will discover all the possibilities and functionalities of HBW Alive that were simply impossible with the printed edition. The following collection of tutorials will help you to understand how to use this website.
If you keep your lifelist in a custom Excel sheet, and wish to take advantage of My Birding, there is a special Excel import tool available.
If you are a Birdtrack user and want to import your data to My Birding, carefully follow these steps.
Please note that for the moment only Birdtrack UK is compatible with our import tool. Soon, import from other Birdtrack distributions will also be able to import their data.
If you are an eBird user and want to import your data to My Birding, carefully follow these steps.
One of the most useful tools for an upcoming birding trip is the Printable checklist.
In this tutorial we explain how, once you have configured the Printable checklist as desired, to get a printed version of the checklist including pages numbers, coloured highlighting for your selected target species and icons for photos, videos and sounds. The process differs a bit based on the browser you are using.
The Geographic Filter (see upper left-hand corner of the page) is one of HBW Alive’s most powerful tools, as it allows you to filter all of the information on the site to just the species present in one or more countries that you select.
The goal of this Manual is to explain to HBW Alive users how to get the most out of My Birding, the HBW Alive bird sighting recording system. My Birding is improving quickly, that is why this Manual will be continuously updated and all the future new improvements will be explained.
In My Birding there are two pages where you can make queries: one related to your sighted species and one related to your bird sightings. Let’s see how they work…
Right now My Birding supplies you with global information from your data in two ways: My Birding totals and My First Sightings around the world.
In My Birding, bird recordings are organized as bird sightings that are grouped into Birdlists, and Birdlists can be grouped into Trips. Here is how to create Birdlists, bird sightings and Trips.
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