Aviatlas is a free website for exploring and sharing information about birding hotspots around the world. Think of it as a map-based wiki for birding hotspots. It provides birders the opportunity to explore and edit hotspot descriptions, photographs, recent visits and sightings anywhere in the world.
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We would like to extend a big thanks to eBird and Birdlife International for providing an enormous number of hotspot locations, data, and links.
If you are an organization that accumulates avian or location data and would like the opportunity to share the data with the worldwide birding community, please contact us.
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AviAtlas presented the Tucson area hotspot collaboration to the members of Tucson Audubon Society yesterday and recieved a warm welcome! The presentation included a brief tour of user adde... Learn more>
27,406 hotspot locations 874 hotspot descriptions
69,310 observations recorded in 4,096 sighting records.
No Roseate Spoonbills this week but the warblers seemed very active and the migration of butterflies and swallows kept us busy! M...
seen on the birding trail