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An easy way to explore the Hermit Thrush data would be to use E-Bird.  I do this 
with my high school students.  Go to ebird.org.  Click on View and Explore Data.
Then explore all eBird observations for a particular species.  All of the CBC data is there.  You can narrow your search down to counties or birding areas within counties.
The problem with the data is that it is skewed towards time periods when people look(ed) for birds, as well as places where people look.  As more people upload their data, the better it will be.  I know that some people do add their historical data, as well, but those are entered as casual observations, which are less useful and not included in all data sets.

Laura Montgomery
Elsberry, Missouri



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