New Observations and Survey Upload Form
Do you collect lots of data? Not about to sit down and upload your observations one by one?
We don't blame you!
Since our start, we've always encouraged our partners and collaborators to share their data with us, but there hasn't been an easy way to do so online.
We've just changed that with our new Observations Import form. While not fully automated, this form will allow you to attach your spreadsheets, databases or shapefiles while configuring some sensible defaults. We'll take it from there and you'll be able to track the status of your import, follow a log of processing and answer questions about observation details we might come across.
You'll find the form here:
*Note: If you have incidental and/or one-time survey data yet to be compiled into a spreadsheet, you also have the option of populationg our MS Excel template which includes our core database values. Click here to download a spreadsheet with built-in drop-down lists. Click here to download a copy of the same spreadsheet, but without the built-in drop-down lists.
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