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I was emailed years ago by eBird to not include our camp & workshop group lists in the top 100. To encourage the students to create their own if they wanted to see their names independent. So what makes this any different?

Keeping Group Accounts in eBird
Checklist sharing can also be a useful way to aggregate eBird checklists on "eBird group accounts." This can be helpful if you want to track the collaborative accomplishments of your local birding club or monitoring group in eBird. 

Everyone contributing to a group account should ALWAYS:
have individual personal accounts 
upload media to checklists from their own personal accounts
share their checklists *to* the group account; never create a checklist using the group account

Important: make sure that the account administrator opts the group account out of the Top 100. Those totals should reflect the accomplishments of individual birders only.

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> On Jun 13, 2020, at 3:21 PM, Andrew Reago <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> ´╗┐WHOA!  I'm stunned.  Thank you all so much!  This was unexpected. We've reached 267 species as of today in the Green Collective Missouri Big Year.  You'll see us in the top ten on eBird's Top 100 tomorrow. (It won't update until then.)  Wow.
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> Like I said, keep them coming.  We may indeed reach 300 for the year!
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> Andy Reago
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