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Thought this may be of interest to some.
This is the site I go to when first opening a browser to check the eBird
apps for recent sightings.
http://www.photosbyat.com/gallery/21056895_p7NDb3

(Left box) 
Missouri Rarities tab
   1. Click location name to see all sightings from that location.
   2. Click "List" image on right to see actual eBird check list w/photos if
any.
   3. Click (map) to see map location.
All Sightings tab
   1. All eBird reports centered around St. Louis including Ill.
   2. Click location name to see all sightings from that location.
   3. Click green arrow on right to see map and report info.
   4. Click "List" image on right to see eBird check list.

(Right box)
See eBird reports/sightings from any state. Great when traveling.
   1. Click "show details" at the top left or +/- in front of any.
   2. Click (change) and select any state in the dropdown.  i.e. Missouri
(change)

The apps seem to be very current as there are already reports from today.

Al Smith
Bridgeton, St. Louis County
http://www.photosbyat.com
http://MoBirds.smugmug.com  (admin)
Blog   http://blog.photosbyat.com/

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