By Thomas E. Martin, Deborah M. Finch
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1994) analyzed observer differences in counts of bird species along BBS routes, and documented significant interobserver effects for over 50% of the species seen on the BBS. More importantly, observers have improved in quality, and a new observer on a route may count a higher proportion of the birds that are present than earlier observers. Consequently, population changes should not be calculated on BBS routes for years when observers change, and covariables should be included in the analysis to accommodate the differences in observer quality.
Ecology and Management of Neotropical Migratory Birds: A Synthesis and Review of Critical Issues by Thomas E. Martin, Deborah M. Finch