Frequently asked questions, or FAQ
If You don't find the answer to your question, contact us at info(at)birding.hu, or in the forum.
If you sign in to "Hungary life list", a program chooses your ten most rare species (here rare means the fewest people have seen them) and the ten most common (most people seen) species you don't have on your list. These are going to be your best and bogey bird species.
Best and bogey birds can change even if you do not change anything on your list as others record new species. You can use bogey birds to check if you miss a common species on your list by accident.
The term "twitcher", sometimes misapplied as a synonym for birder, is reserved for those who travel long distances to see a rare bird that would then be "ticked", or checked off, on a list.
Keeping lists of bird observations makes you able to count the number in a country.
Club 300 is a virtual club. Its members have seen at least 300 bird species in wild state in Hungary.
Hungarian avifauna counts more than 400 species, so getting into Club 300 is not exceptionally hard, maybe it is even possible to have 350 species.
Sign in with your old e-mail address and password, and click on "Edit my Profile" button. You can edit your e-mail address. Next time you can sign in (only!) with the new address.
In case you have forgotten the password and your old e-mail is not working (ie. we can not send you the password), you have to register again.