About Eremaea Birdlines
What Is Eremaea Birdlines?
Eremaea Birdlines is a service provided by Birdlife Australia for recording unusual and interesting observations of wild birds in Australia.
By contributing reports to Eremaea Birdlines, the observer gives others permission to make use of the report as described below.
With the exception of Photographic Images, all material on this web site is available for non-profit use under the
attribution non-commercial share alike
licence. You are free to copy, distribute, and display site content (except photographic images), and to make derivative works provided that you give the original authors credit, that you do not use the work for commercial purposes, and that if you alter, transform, or build upon the work, you may distribute the resulting work only under an identical licence. For any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the licence terms of the work.
Copyright of photographic images remains with the copyright owner, usually the photographer.
Reports may be transferred as checklists to the eBird database and thus appear on the eBird web site and be be made available to researchers according to the eBird data usage conditions. Reports may also be provided to government, other organizations and individuals for conservation purposes. A fee may be charged for work done to support the data transfer, with such fees going towards funding this web site.
Your email address is used only to contact you for further information regarding your report, for administrative purposes, e.g. lost password, and to send you notifications upon your request. It is not divulged to anyone else.
Membership details can be updated on-line.
Aggregate statistical information is used to provide a better service and may be made available to other organisations and advertisers.