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Free online and in-field tool for your bird sightings. Make your records work for birders and conservation science: join the community!
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BirdTrack 15h
Replying to @beardwarbler
or command, shift R on a Mac
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BirdTrack 15h
If you are having trouble logging into the new website you may find clearing your browser cache or doing a hard reload of the site will fix the problem.
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BirdTrack 22h
has a new home! From today will be migrating to its new single website that is packed full of features not available on the old website. All your data, including records and sites, are available on the new site. find out more at
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Sarah Jun 14
Are you under 16 and mad about birds? Sign up now for Martin Garner Spurn Young Birder! The event aims to showcase your birding knowledge with other, like-minded teens, in a friendly environment. Find out more: and apply by July 7.
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BirdTrack Jun 14
Size would suggest Great White.
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BirdTrack Jun 14
Replying to @PhilGatley
You can’t delete a site that has records against it so no fear of that happening. If you can email us we will sort first thing next week.
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BirdTrack Jun 11
The reporting rate graphs for Swift, Swallow and House Martin shows that they all arrived later than the historical average and were also on less complete lists than historically.
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BirdTrack Jun 11
The reporting rate graph for Swift has shown a steady drop over the last year 5 years, indicating that they are being recorded in fewer complete lists each year.
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BirdTrack Jun 11
Sounds like an Icterine Warbler to me with those 'Squeaky toy' notes in it.
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BirdTrack Jun 11
Time to get out there and listen for Baillon's Crakes. If you add them to with breeding evidence (such as singing male) this will also be passed on to
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Josh Jones Jun 10
The peculiar Ibisbill – one of a pair observed along a fast-flowing river in Shanxi, China, this afternoon.
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BirdTrack Jun 10
Replying to @Dovey1974
A fix was released over the weekend, will investigate the other bug you mentioned. Apologies for the issues.
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BirdTrack Jun 10
Replying to @urgentingreen
We are aware of this, if you uninstall the app then re-install it will order by most visited. The next release will fix this issue.
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BirdTrack Jun 8
Replying to @rothiemoon
Fix has just been released and available from the App Store.
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BirdTrack Jun 8
Replying to @rothiemoon
Bug fix coming very soon on this, sorry for the inconvenience.
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BirdTrack Jun 7
BirdTrack is for everyone. The young birders at show us how they use the app to make the most of their birding. Using BirdTrack is easy, quick, and completely free. Find out more at
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BirdTrack Jun 7
The species will appear on the species entry page of the visit in the order you enter them until you navigate away from this page (to add breeding evidence, plumage details etc.) on returning to this page the species will order in either alphabetically or taxonomically.
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BirdTrack Jun 7
Replying to @HennyStDave
That is not the latest version, the newest version fixes that search issue.
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BirdTrack Jun 7
Update of the iOS app available now via the app store, with an improved species picker which allows searching by scientific name, ability to sort species and places ordering and bug fixes for iPad.
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Spurn Bird Obs Jun 6
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