Southern African Bird Atlas Project 2

South Africa, eSwatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Mozambique, Malawi

a member of the African Bird Atlas Project

Species summary: Sandpiper, Green (Tringa ochropus )

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0.1 - 2.5%
2.51 - 5%
5.01 - 10%
10.01 - 20%
20.01 - 30%
30.01 - 50%
50.01 - 75%
75.01 - 100%
Under 4 cards for the pentad
Adhoc protocol
Incidental
Additional information
UNVETTED. These records Are where there is no formal project, but data has been collected. These records are not verified as yet.
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Collector: Fouche Ben
Date collected: 2013-10-14
Location QDGC: 2528CD
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: McCutcheon Ian
Date collected: 2013-11-9
Location QDGC: 2528CD
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Booysen M.
Date collected: 2014-12-5
Location QDGC: 1529DA
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Johnstone Richard Alan
Date collected: 2015-10-30
Location QDGC: 2831DA
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Tippett Ryan Matthew
Date collected: 2016-1-15
Location QDGC: 2929CB
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Todd John; Anne Todd
Date collected: 2015-11-2
Location QDGC: 2732CB
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Tippett Ryan Matthew
Date collected: 2016-9-4
Location QDGC: 2732CA
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Herselman Tino
Date collected: 2014-11-29
Location QDGC: 3125CA
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Cronje Pieter
Date collected: 2018-10-15
Location QDGC: 0136BB
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Jordaan J
Date collected: 2018-12-5
Location QDGC: 3324DD
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Darling G
Date collected: 2018-12-13
Location QDGC: 3324DD
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Darling G; Des Darling
Date collected: 2019-1-11
Location QDGC: 3324DD
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Darling G; Des Darling
Date collected: 2019-1-11
Location QDGC: 3324DD
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Jacobs Georg
Date collected: 2017-2-12
Location QDGC: 2831BD
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: de Vries Andries Petrus; Blyde River OdonataBash
Date collected: 2019-11-16
Location QDGC: 2430BD
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Ringim A
Date collected: 2019-12-6
Location QDGC: NE_009012D
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Rimmer D
Date collected: 2019-11-16
Location QDGC: 2632CD
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum
Collector: Robinson L
Date collected: 2017-12-10
Location QDGC: 2231AC
Original Record : BirdPix Virtual Museum

Available downloads for this section

Download the SABAP1 text here

Download SABAP1 data summary PDF

Download the SABAP1 Species summary (CSV)

Download Full Protocol card data (CSV FORMAT)

Download Full Protocol card data with null counts (CSV FORMAT)

Download SABAP1 vs SABAP2 QDGC changes (CSV FORMAT)


This data can be uploaded/linked directly into any GIS software which supports geoJSON protocols, such as QGIS. More information on geoJSON can be found at http://geojson.org.

Add a geoJSON Vector layer to you project, pointing to the following link:

  • Pentad level BirdMap distribution: http://api.adu.org.za/sabap2/v2/summary/species/259?format=geoJSON
  • SABAP1 vs SABAP2 comparison (Southern Africa): http://api.adu.org.za/sabap2/v2/species/comparison/259?format=geoJSON

Please note that geoJSON files are mostly used by users of GIS software who want to do further analyses. For most users the species maps on the website will be sufficient, for example you can zoom in to see the specific location of a species. However, if you wat to analyse the data in more detail follow these steps. First install a GIS programme such as QGIS (it is free). You will then have to download the species's geoJSON file under the species maps in the Downloads tab (for example http://api.adu.org.za/sabap2/v2/summary/species/540?format=geoJSON for Cape Rock-jumper). The following short tutorial will then explain to you how to load the map into QGIS using the URL of the geoJSON page - Click here


 

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