I think it's worth it, and any other species observed while there.
Some day, a grad student will take a look at the "other" species reported
by all the visitors at a rare bird stake-out. I can imagine the level of
reporting and the variety of findings, including estimated (and counted)
numbers, "ordinary" stuff, and wozza rarities (Patigonian Picnic Table
There's a thesis in there.
On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 8:32 AM, Larry and Mona Rogers <
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> Spotted at around 2:45 PM. Life bird number 819 – Vermont bird number 209.
> Larry and Mona
> PS E-Bird question: Is it worthwhile making an E-Bird report? I’m sure
> many folks have already recorded the sighting.