You log in on another device and can then see what you have stored ‘up there’ and then you are able to download it onto that device.I'm sure I do. But how do you access it?
I have all my garden records on eBird - a great tool for keeping count of everything.Well, Mistle was 49. But: I smashed my phone with my list on it, so I'll have to try & reconstruct from memory!
(I've lost all my notes, lots of important stuff😪🤮🤯)
Write everything down folks, cos you can't clone a non working phone.
Brillant Bm! Like you, any duck would be new for the list here, I guess our desert and mountain locations don’t make it very likely(I’m also still waiting for any waderspecies as well).Two great late fall additions this morning, both species I don't think of as "desert denizens."
93. Pine Siskin (new yard bird)
94. Cassin's Finch (full lifer and a desert rarity)
The finch was a calling flyover, but still very special. Let's see if we can pull 6 more species out by year's end? Off the top of my head, some possibles include Mountain Bluebird, Dark-eyed Junco, Prairie Falcon, Merlin, Great Blue Heron... I can dream of Lawrence's Goldfinch, Sagebrush Sparrow, Ferruginous Hawk, etc.
Any duck would be new for the list.