Apparently I have an online profile so I can't use my e-mail address to submit my results as it's used for something else. Can't see a way to retrieve an existing password so I'm not going to spend more time looking for a way to submit my sightings. I'm sure it's easy and I've missed something but to be honest I can't be bothered. Log in, submit results, log out. That's what I wanted to do, not fill out more online ID's.
Lots of Spadgers, lots of Starlings, lots of Ferals, including one in the back room and no Robins.
Maybe I'm just becoming more impatient as I get older...
Unicum arbustum haud alit duos erithacos
(One bush does not shelter two Robins)
Zenodotus (3rd Century B.C.)
I must have been lucky then mc. In, done and out in under 5 minutes. No delays at all, much better than last year.
Went in by googling BGBW then clicking Enter Results and signing in to my RSPB online account.
In reply to see gull:
I had no problems at all either. Hope you do manage to send your results in.
In reply to THOMO:
I'm being told that I have used my e-mail already and cannot submit an online account application. Why the forum details cannot be used is beyond me.
I've got a Pigeon to look after. I consider that a better use of my time.
In reply to monkeycheese:
I ignored the login and just went straight through with my results and got an email thanking me
my photos can be seen here flickr
In reply to Marmite:
I also had no problems just now, I had to reset my password from last year, due to the updates, but once done got online straight away added results and had an email of confirmation.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Catlady:
I ha to enter my reference number, eventually it let me submit after 30minutesor so this evening. Frustrating for newbie's I am sure
In reply to wren:
Had to reset my password twice (WHY do the RSPB insist on a different one for the community login?)
In reply to Greenlady:
MC, You have until 18th February to submit your BGBW results, after your Pidge has gone.
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