While searching for where to see White-headed Woodpeckers in California, I came across rarebirds.com. It's an interesting site that used Google maps to record the sightings of rare birds. This site may be familiar to some of you, but it was new for me. This seems like a potentially useful tool. Right now, they seem to use only the state/regional weekly rare bird alerts as a starting point to finding birds in a specific area. For example, the state-wide NJ report is linked when I click on NJ, but locations for specific birds are not pinpointed. There is a form for entering specific bird sightings, but it doesn't seem to have too much usage yet. Check it out if you have some time.