After giving it some thought, I've decided to change direction slightly with my 'Where-2-See Birds' website. Instead of making it a place in which anyone can contribute their bird sightings by pinpointing them on a map, I'm going to use it to provide locations and useful details (such as suggested parking places and walking routes) purely for the entries in this blog.
From now on, many posts in this blog will have a link to the relevant map page in 'Where-2-See Birds'. So, if you want to know the location that a particular post is describing, just click on the location name in the body of the post (not the title) and you will be instantly transported to the map page.
Why not try it on the post below this one, or click here for a quick look at the Pennington Flash page for an example. But please note that 'Where-2-See Birds' is still under development and only some locations have fully completed maps at present - it's still a work-in-progress as they say.