Testing the new layout

I just updated my WordPress blog by adding the Ocean Mist theme by Ed Merritt.

I still need to re-create my woodcreeper.com header, as the old working document I had was lost in my move from PC to MAC. So far I really like the new look; it’s brighter and a bit more organized… but I need to work on some of the style formatting, especially with the text flowing around the radar images. Anyway, all the functionality of woodcreeper.com is the same; you might just catch me switching back and forth between themes until I get it all worked out.

Another addition I made is the GeoPress plugin for WordPress. Let’s see how well it works to display a map of my current location (also the site of the Hutcheson Memorial Forest in Somerset, NJ)…

INSERT_MAP

…hmm…not bad!

Good Birding

David

Maps to birding locations

A recent post on JerseyBirds by Sam Galick inspired me to create some birding location maps (see Sam’s original post here). While Google Maps is a great resource, the limitations are somewhat unfortunate. I found Map Builder to be considerably more flexible in terms of adding site-specific information and adding multiple locations. Here’s a link to the map I created today, showing Oberly Road (in Alpha, NJ) and the area off the road where most of the birds were located:
MyMaps at MapBuilder.net

Good Birding