Woodpeckers (NL)

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WOODPECKER





Choose a protocol

Open the menu as for Submitting records and choose Woodpeckers (see image below).

Woodpeckers. Choosing a protocol.



Choose site

Choose the site you want to count at as explained in wiki section Mobile interface > Protocols > Enter data.

Choose a point

Within the protocol, choose the point at which you want to count. A blue dot indicates the one actually activated. By default it will be point 1 and continue in ascending order. Click on any dot to change it. Use googlemaps to get directions to the active point (see image below, number 3). If this is not the first point of the protocol, take off where you left it by either entering as previously described, or by clicking on the yellow reminder at the top (see image ).

Woodpeckers. Selecting survey point.


1. Inactive point already surveyed.
2. Active point ready to start survey.
3. Inactive points points in the survey.
4. Get directions to active point.



WOODPECKER Start of list


Enter general information before starting the count. Fields are protocol dependent and may change from country to country.

Visit wiki section Mobile interface > Protocols > Enter data > Start of list for details.


Click Next when done.

WOODPECKER Entering records


Enter observations as if in a with a detailed list.

WOODPECKER Place

See wiki section Mobile interface > Protocols > Enter data > Entering observations > Place on how to interpret the map and place your observation.

Woodpeckers. Count limits.

5. Your position.
6. Your observation.
7. Outer count limit of 300 m radius.
8. Inner count limit of 150 m radius.
9. Open playback tool.



Using the playback tool.

10. Play the call of selected species.
11. Indicates the playback is on. It plays continuously until stopped. It is not possible to enter observations while the playback is playing. Click on icon to stop it.
12. Close playback tool.


WOODPECKER Species

See wiki section Mobile interface > Protocols > Enter data > Entering observations > Species on how to enter the species name. Use shortcuts if necessary.

WOODPECKER Plus

Enter additional information as if it where a with a detailed list.

See wiki section Mobile interface > Submitting records > Directly in the field > Step 4: Additional information on how to do it, if necessary.

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  Click on More details to open a special panel (see image below).

Woodpeckers. More details.

13. Habitat: Click on the yellow panel to open a clickable menu and select habitat.
14. Specifications: Click on the yellow panel to open a clickable menu and select additional information (ie. behaviour, migration direction, health...).
SAVE Click save when done.



When done, click Save. It will take you to the Place screen to continue entering observations.

WOODPECKER Ending the list


To finish the survey, click the stop icon at the top right corner of the Place screen (see image End the list). You will be prompted to confirm (see image Ending the list. Confirmation).

Fill in details, if asked. Be aware that required information is protocol dependent and may change from country to country.

Note this information applies to the last point you surveyed at. To continue entering observations to other points, go back to step Start of list and repeat the process to all points. A yellow notification will appear on top of the main screen, a reminder of an unfinished protocol. Access subsequent points by either clicking on the "+" symbol at the bottom left, or on the reminder at the top.

Woodpeckers. Entering observations in subsequent points.


After the second point survey, it will be possible to copy survey details from previous points, except for playback use:

Woodpeckers. Copy characteristics.


End of list. Playback use.

15. Calls used during the survey at this point (in yellow). Click on any of them to mark as used/unused if necessary.



Ending the list. Type of list.


Restricted list: You only recorded
  • Lesser Spotted Woodpecker
  • Middle Spotted Woodpecker
  • Gray Woodpecker
  • Black Woodpecker
  • Three-toed Woodpecker
  • White-backed Wodpecker.


Extended list: Besides the above, you also recorded
  • Green Woodpecker
  • Stock Dove


WOODPECKER Editing records and/or protocols


To edit records within a protocol, or to edit the protocol's general parameters, visit wiki section Mobile interface > Editing records > Editing protocols.

WOODPECKER Deleting records and/or protocols


To delete records within a protocol, or to delete the whole protocol, visit wiki section Mobile interface > Editing records > Deleting protocols.

WOODPECKER Browsing records


See your protocoled records:

  • Before synchronisation
In the phone. See more details in wiki section Accessing your own records.


  • After synchronisation
In Mine. See more details in wiki section Accessing records' details.
In Under verification (only if any data of the protocol needs more information)
In the local portal. Go to the corresponding local portal, Menu > Explore > All my observations.


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