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Access your protocol as described in wiki section Local portal > Protocols.

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Woodpeckers. Menu.

WOODPECKER My sites and data

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Woodpeckers. My sites anda data.

Lists all sites available to the current profile and allows entering observations, downloading printable maps and seeing results.

WOODPECKER Add observations

Click on Add data (see image below) in the site you need to enter data to.

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Woodpeckers. Add observations.

1: Click on add data for this census: opens the list of the points counts for that place.

2: Point number

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Woodpeckers. Entering data to a Woodpecker point.

1. Add data.
2. Select point.

WOODPECKER Starting the protocol

Before entering observations, it is required to enter general parameters regarding the protocol. Parameters are protocol specific. Fields marked with an asterisk are mandatory.

If this is not the first point you enter, you will see a summary of the information already entered on top (see image below). Click COPY THE LAST ENTRY to copy information you entered on the previous point registered. Note date and time also duplicate and you may need to correct.

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Summary of already entered points.

See wiki section Web interface > Protocols > Preparation and data > Add observations > Starting the protocol for details on how to fill in the form.

Check the cells for the species you used the playback for (see image below).

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Woodpeckers. Playback.

When done,

Click BASIC LIST to start entering observations using a basic list.
Click EXTENDED LIST to start entering observations using an extended list.
Click NO BIRDS OF THE PROGRAMME SEEN to end protocol if your survey did not provide any data.

WOODPECKER Entering observations

Enter observations as if entering a list. See wiki section Web interface > Protocols > Preparation and data > Add observations > Entering observations for details.

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Woodpeckers. Entering position.

1. Bird position: Colour markers for individual observations (the active one in blue).
2. Distance: Distances from the active point in red, from inactive ones in grey.
3. Map settings: Elements to show on the map.
4. Point counts:' Active point in blue, inactive ones in grey.

1. Bird position

Click on the map at the bird's position. A coloured marker identifying each individual observation will appear (number 1 in image below). This colour matches the dot colour on the observations panel below. Note the active observation is indicated by a blue marker (left marker on image above).

2. Distance

Distance markings appear in red from the active point. Th inner circle indicates a distance of 150 m from he active point, and the outer one a distance of 300 m. For inactive points, distance lines appear in grey. Lines can be show/hidden from the Map settings panel (see point 3 next).

3. Map settings

Open the Map settings panel to hide/show distance markers, observations and/or point counts, among others (see image Map settings as an example).
Visit wiki section navigation the map to know more about the map.

4. Point counts

Point counts are shown in the map in blue when active and grey otherwise. Show/hide points in the map from the Map setting panel (see point 3 above).

Enter information about each of the observations in the panel underneath (see image below). Active observation panel is highlighted in yellow. Click on any other observation panel to change the active one.

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Woodpeckers. Entering observations.

5. Species: Select species name.
6. Individual: Type number of individuals.
7. Altitude: Altitude at the bird's position. It is determined automatically, but can be changed if necessary.
8. Delete: Delete observation.
9. ID and additional information: Observation identifier and additional data.

5. Species

Select the species of your observation from the expandable panel.

6. Individuals

Type total number of individuals for this observation.

7. Altitude

Altitude at the observation's marker. It is determined automatically, but can be changed if necessary by typing on the field.

8. Delete

Delete entry if necessary,

9. ID and additional information

A colour dot matches the colour of marker on the map the observation refers to. Next to it, a marker sign appears for observations that are already positioned on the map. It is possible to enter additional information by opening the additional observation panel clicking on the icon + (see below for details).

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Woodpeckers. Additional information.

9a. Colour identifier: Colour of marker on the map.
9b. Position on map: The observation is on the map.
9c. Additional information panel: Additional data.

Expand the panel to enter additional information (see image above).

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Woodpeckers. Additional information panel.

10. Additional information panel: Open/close additional information panel.
11. Age/Sex classes: Indicate individuals belonging to different age/sex classes. See details below.
12. Comments: Leave a comment if necessary.
13. Additional information: Show/hide observation and select atlas code.

10. Additional information panel

Open the additional information panel by clicking on the icon +. If opened, close it, if necessary, by clicking on the icon -.
An additional observation panel will open within the entry the entry it refers to.

11. Age/Sex

Type any number of individuals (11a) belonging to each age and sex class. Choose Age (11b) and Sex (11c) for each class by selecting from the expandable menu. Each line corresponds to a class. Add as many classes as necessary by clicking on add age/sex details for more birds (11d). Delete a class from the X button on the right (11e).

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Woodpeckers. Age/sex classes.

11a. Number: Number of individuals at this class.
11b. Age: Age of individuals.
11c. Sex: Sex of individual.
11d. Add age/sex details for more birds: Add new class.
11e. Delete: Delete class.

12. Comment

Leave a comment if necessary. Select from the tabs (12a) if you want the comment to b public or if you want it to be available only to administrators (Hidden comment), and type the text (12b). If you type the comment on the tab Hidden comment, only the comment will be hidden, not the observation.

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Woodpeckers. Comments.

12a. Type of comment: Select private/public comment.
12b. Text: Type text.

13. Additional information

Check the cell Hide from the public (13a) to keep your observation and all data associated available only to administrators.
Select an atlas code, if appropriate, from the Breeding code expandable menu (13b). Once a code is selected, its meaning appears underneath.

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Woodpeckers. Other information.

13a. Hide observation: Select private/public observation.
13b. Breeding code: Select atlas code.

WOODPECKER Ending the protocol

Click on I RECORDED ALL SPECIES OF THE PROGRAME to end the count. A green badge at the top will indicate your data has been saved. If there is some problem with your data, an error message will prevent you from continuing.

In order to submit your data properly, delete all empty entries in the list. Otherwise, you will see an error message preventing you to continue.


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Woodpeckers. Results.

See some statistics about your surveys results.

Visit wiki section Web interface > Protocols > Preparation and data > Results for details.

WOODPECKER Display on map

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Woodpeckers. Display on map.

For the selected site, see the area to survey on a map. To know how to navigate the map, refer to wiki section Web interface > Navigating the map.

Visit wiki section Web interface > Protocols > Preparation and data > Display on map for details.

WOODPECKER Modify the protocol

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Woodpeckers. Modify the protocol.

Modify the site to survey.

Visit wiki section Web interface > Protocols > Preparation and data > Modify the protocol for details.

WOODPECKER Census results

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Woodpeckers. Census results.

Click on Census results to see all available years with data for this site (see image Protocol. Selecting year to visualise). Select the one to visualise.

Visit wiki section Web interface > Protocols > Preparation and data > Census results for details.

WOODPECKER Download map

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Woodpeckers. Download map.

Download maps ready to print.

Visit wiki section Web interface > Protocols > Preparation and data > Download map for details.


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Woodpeckers. Check data.

Calendar showing visits to different sites and number of species detected.

Visit wiki section Web interface > Protocols > Preparation and data > Check data for details.

WOODPECKER Map of my sites

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Woodpeckers. Map of my sites.

Map and statistics for site.

Visit wiki section Web interface > Protocols > Preparation and data > Map for details.

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