New CCB Bird Mapping Portal Takes Flight

The Center for Conservation Biology has launched a new bird mapping portal as a complimentary service for the conservation community. The portal contains GIS data on eagle nests, colonial waterbirds, Chesapeake Bay herons, and Chesapeake Bay osprey nests, and also includes data from CCB's OspreyWatch and Nightjar Survey Network citizen science projects.
The data on the CCB Mapping Portal is managed with CartoDB, a cloud based mapping, analysis and visualization engine that lets users build spatial applications for both mobile and the web.
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