The Midwest Avian Data Center (MWADC) is a product of the Midwest Coordinated Bird Monitoring Partnership. The MWADC goal is to improve conservation of birds and their habitats through the use of sound monitoring data, the best available science, and open, collaborative partnerships.
MWADC provides access to many tools, including those to upload, integrate, and download bird monitoring data; visualize and query data using maps, histograms, and other decision support tools; and summarize bird data within specified locations and time periods. These powerful online tools enable users to work with collective data resources of many participating partners. MWADC is hosted by Point Blue Conservation Science and based on technology developed by members of the Avian Knowledge Network (AKN).
Koch, K., D. Moody, S. Michaile, M. Magana, M. Fitzgibbon, G. Rowell, T. Will, and G. Ballard. 2010. The Midwest Avian Data Center. [web application]. Petaluma, California. http://data.pointblue.org/partners/mwadc. (Accessed: Date [e.g., February 14, 2016]).