Ohio eBird Reviewers

Ohio eBird Review State Wide Management

Craig Caldwell, Kent Miller, Su Snyder, and Brian Wulker
Ken Ostermiller (hotspots), Su Snyder (photos)

Ohio eBird Reviewers by Region and County

 

Northwest Region


Hotspots
– Alex Garrote, James Muller

Checklists
Allen – Shane Myers
Crawford – David Lehner
Defiance – Scott Myers
Erie – Jen Brumfield and Dan Gesauldo
Fulton – Guatam Apte, Jeremy Dominguez, Cassidy Ficker, Paul Jacyk, and Greg Links
Hancock – Shane Myers
Hardin – Troy Shively
Henry – Scott Myers
Huron – David Lehner
Lucas – Guatam Apte, Jeremy Dominguez, Cassidy Ficker, Paul Jacyk, and Greg Links
Ottawa – Guatam Apte, Jeremy Dominguez, Cassidy Ficker, Paul Jacyk, and Greg Links
Paulding – Scott Myers
Putnam – Shane Myers
Sandusky – David Wilkins
Seneca – David Lehner
Van Wert – Troy Shively
Williams – Scott Myers
Wood – David Wilkins
Wyandot – Steve Landes and James Muller

East Central Region


Hotspots
– Kisa Weeman, Joe Wojnarowski

Checklists
Ashland – Kent Miller
Carroll – Kent Miller
Coshocton – Kent Miller
Guernsey – Kent Miller
Harrison – Kent Miller
Holmes – Kent Miller
Jefferson – Jon Cefus
Knox – Kent Miller
Muskingum – Kent Miller
Richland – Kent Miller
Stark – Kent Miller
Tuscarawas – Kent Miller
Wayne – Kent Miller

Northeast Region


Hotspots
– Joe Wojnarowski, Kisa Weeman

Checklists
Ashtabula – Andy Avram and Jen Brumfield
Columbiana – Jon Cefus
Cuyahoga – Jen Brumfield
Geauga – Cole DiFabio and Kari Warner
Lake – Andy Avram and Jen Brumfield
Lorain – Jen Brumfield, Dan Gesauldo, and Joshua Vardous
Mahoning – Ethan Kistler
Medina – Dwight Chasar
Portage – Dwight Chasar
Summit – Dwight Chasar
Trumbull – David Hochadel and Ethan Kistler

Southwest Region


Hotspots – Jim Estep, Karen Mammone

Checklists
Adams – Brian Wulker
Auglaize – Troy Shively
Brown – Brian Wulker
Butler – Cole Difabio and Brian Wulker
Champaign – Doug Overacker
Clark – Doug Overacker
Clermont – Brian Wulker
Clinton – Brian Wulker
Darke – Brian Wulker
Greene – Rick Asamoto
Hamilton – Brian Wulker
Highland – Brian Wulker
Logan – Doug Overacker
Mercer – Troy Shively
Miami – Rick and Sue Asamoto
Montgomery – Rick Asamoto
Preble – Cole DiFabio and Brian Wulker
Shelby – Doug Overacker

Central Region


Hotspots – James Muller, Jim Estep

Checklists
Delaware – Alex Eberts and Steve Landes
Fairfield – Margaret Bowman and Brad Imhoff
Fayette – Rick Luehrs and Gene Stauffer
Franklin – Alex Eberts and Steve Landes
Hocking – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg
Licking – Margaret Bowman and Brad Imhoff
Madison – Doug Overacker
Marion – Steve Landes and James Muller
Morrow – Anna Dissanayaka, Alex Eberts, and Steve Landes
Perry – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg
Pickaway – Rick Luehrs and Gene Stauffer
Union – Steve Landes and James Muller

Southeast Region


Hotspots – Karen Mammone, Alex Garrote

Checklists
Athens – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg
Belmont – Jon Cefus
Gallia – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg
Jackson – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg
Lawrence – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg
Meigs – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg
Monroe – Ben Morrison
Morgan – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg
Noble – Ben Morrison
Pike – Gene Stauffer and Brian Wulker
Ross – Rick Luehrs and Gene Stauffer
Scioto – Gene Stauffer and Brian Wulker
Vinton – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg
Washington – Phil Cantino, Stefan Gleissberg

 

eBird’s data quality process ensures that your data are useful for the millions of people that use eBird resources each year. From automated data filters to a global team of bird experts, eBird’s data quality approach ensures that every record passes through a rigorous evaluation process. This focus on maintaining reliable, accurate data is essential in making eBird one of the most valuable global datasets on bird distribution and abundance.

All unusual observations are evaluated by eBird reviewers – birding experts who volunteer their time to manage filters, review records and communicate with eBird users. Reviewers are selected for their expert knowledge of local birds and/or eBird, and their ability to communicate that knowledge with others.

You have a friend in Ohio who will review any rare or unusual bird sightings you report when you submit an eBird checklist. Check the list above for the reviewers in each Ohio county.

Please send questions, comments, or concerns to eBird reviewers:
ebirdreviewers@ohiobirds.org
If you have the email address for a reviewer, you may, of course, use that address. Either way, be sure to include your name, location, county, and if you have it, a link to the checklist you are discussing. If you know which reviewer you want to contact, you may put “Question for [reviewer name]” or “Please forward to [reviewer name]” in the subject line. The Ohio eBird checklist review management team monitors this email address and will work to get a response to you as quickly as possible.

Information on how eBird ensures data quality: The eBird Review Process