Birdmap of Mead Gardens
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It probably goes without saying that this kind of map is approximate at best. Not only do birds move about during the day but migrant birds may come and then leave, never to be seen again until the fall or following spring. That said, this should give you a way to consider what parts of the park to try to see different species of birds.
This a public, collaborative map. If you've seen a species not on this map, please feel free to add it. All you should need is a Google account. Simply click on the map to view it in Google Maps, and then you should be able to edit it. Drop a pin and say what you've seen. I've avoided giving locations of nests; I've marked the locations where the birds have been seen, but not their nests. Also, if you happen to see an endangered species here, it may be good not to add it to the map. I'd hate to have mobs of birders and photographers disturbing nests and endangered birds; my blog does not get enough traffic to worry about that, but just in case, it's probably good not to publish precise locations.