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Hoopoe

Upupa epops

Habitat:

Garden, bare or lightly vegetated ground.

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4 Comments

ClaudiaCarneiro
ClaudiaCarneiro 7 years ago

Ok! Thank you for the tips! They will be useful =)
I'm starting to learn how everything works, and it seems to me this is a great project.

Thanks Claudia. The species information is fine as it is a well known species but the important information is the habitat where you actually saw it.
The description field is more useful when you have an unidentified organism and the description will help others to try and identify it.
In cases where it is already identified correctly you can write a brief story of your encounter if you wish.
You can find more information in our links across the bottom of each page.
For pointing others to species information it is only necessary to add the wiki or other link in most cases.

ClaudiaCarneiro
ClaudiaCarneiro 7 years ago

Thank you Malcom =)
I've joined the mission "Birds of Iberia". And i will try to give more information about the species!

Hi Claudia, welcome to Project Noah.
Can you please complete the habitat field on those spottings which you have missed it so that we can follow which kinds of habitat various species are moving from and to.
You may also like to add this spotting to my "Birds of Iberia" mission at http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/7726... You will need to join the mission first, then go into "Edit this spotting" and the mission will appear in the drop-down menu.
You may wish to join other missions also, such as Birds of the World.

ClaudiaCarneiro
Spotted by
ClaudiaCarneiro

Portugal

Spotted on Mar 31, 2012
Submitted on Nov 6, 2012

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