Only a few years ago, World Shorebirds Day was a single idea reflecting my endless passion for these beautiful birds. After widely communicated my idea and received positive feedback I set up this WordPress website as my primary communication platform with Global Shorebird Counting participants and World Shorebirds Day supporters. I have been using my limited financial resources and time to do it the best possible way and while I was aware of the limitation of using this service, it did the job to a degree.
However, it is time to create a cleaner and more easily understandable website for World Shorebirds Day. What is needed to make this happen? Here is what I think we will need.
Web developer and designer
Feedback about the most unclear and confusing part of the website (constructive criticism)
Correcting English texts as it was written by a non-native speaker (me from Hungary)
Shorebird photos donated for the website
Contributors with writing skills
Should you be able to help with anything, please comment on this post or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dunlin in Svalbard breeding grounds. © Edvard Wendelin (Photo was legally embedded from Edvard Wendelin’s Flickr stream with direct link to his portfolio. Check out his work.)