My inclination - and I'm sure eBird is amenable - is to keep reporting such an unusual bird as many days as it is found. It helps other people know whether it's worth the effort to look, helps our understanding of their behavior, and for me personally, I get a kick out of understanding more about an individual bird. 
--Dave Nutter

On Jan 01, 2012, at 07:21 AM, Carol Keeler <carolk...@adelphia.net> wrote:

After my initial report, someone who lived near the Outlet went to see the owl and reported that it had been seen there for a week.  Maybe one of those people will report it to bird.  Do you want it reported each day that it is seen?
Carol Keeler

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On Dec 31, 2011, at 11:33 PM, Dave Nutter <nutter.d...@me.com> wrote:


Thank-you. Suddenly now I'm able to see on the eBird map 8 reports of the Outlet Mall bird between 12/26 and 12/30 (including a couple which are rather sloppily located), plus Joe Slattery's 12/26 report from King's Corner's Rd above the Cobblestone Winery in Varick. I guess reports of rarer birds take a bit longer to get through the eBird vetting system. I'm glad lots of people are keeping an eye on it and reporting it. If anyone can recall a specific earlier date they observed the bird, that would be useful info for eBird as well.
--Dave Nutter

On Dec 31, 2011, at 05:45 PM, Donna Scott <d...@cornell.edu> wrote:

I put the Waterloo Outlet Mall Snowy Owl in E-Bird just now.
Donna Scott
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Glad to hear it's still there!
Has anyone input this Snowy Owl into eBird?  It hasn't shown up on the map yet.
--Dave Nutter

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