You can browse from more than 27 thousands of spots, of which 519 spots are described by site community, Wiki-style. Creators of the site are perfectly aware of social dimension that should present on modern site to succeed - they have build up a community of birdwatchers, best contributors are promoted on a homepage; Facebook and Twitter are there, as well as top of popular watched spots. With a quick eye on their site, we only lacked a super-easy search for specific bird species, but we were informed how many species have top contributors already spotted.

Those of you who would need even more information before going and checking out their site, here is the YouTube video that introduces the site for new visitors: