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NJ Nature Notes
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Website Statistics
and why they’re important!



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What about WHERE people come from? This is interesting! We’re fully aware that people will sometimes get to njnaturenotes.com by accident. But, repeated visits from ‘unusual’ places usually means that the visit is intentional, and that someone is either reading the site or searching for something in particular. 

Look at the small chart directly below. Seven known countries (aside from the United States) are noted. 



The interesting point here is that none of these are new countries for this website. They’ve all been to njnaturenotes before. To date (3/1/2009), we have logged 117 countries from around the world on our website (including the U.S.). Sometimes they come for the information and sometimes for the photos. And we’re fully aware that they sometimes reach us by accident. Whatever the reason, it’s flattering, and it’s nice to know that we’re helping others with an interest in nature and the environment. 

We can always break down viewers by city or region. Here’s what that looks like for just one given day. As a result of some of these visits, we will receive the occasional email asking for specific information. Apparently, our information has a broader appeal and importance than we first believed. Likewise, that’s how we first found out that the Northern Green Frogs at our pond were indeed being preyed upon by our very cute, local Eastern Chipmunks. This information came from websites in Alabama, Connecticut and Minnesota. We’re always glad to help others, too, when possible. 

Finally, what countries have visited this website? Well, in addition to ALL 50 STATES, we can list the following countries in the order in which they found us. (List of countries below.)






















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COUNTRIES
 2006  
 1-United States  
 2-Australia 
 3-United Kingdom  
 4-Israel  
 5-Italy  
 6-Canada 
 7-United Arab Emirates 
 8-Uruguay (3/15/2006) 
 9-Brazil (3/20) 
10-Germany (3/20) 
11-Ireland (3/21) 
12-Russian Federation (3/29) 
13-Cyprus (3/29) 
14-Czech Republic (3/29) 
15-Canary Islands (Spain) (3/30) 
16-Philippines (3/31) 
17-Lithuania (3/31) 
18-Spain (3/31) 
19-Poland (4/1) 
20-Sweden (4/2) 
21-Puerto Rico (We know. But we'll count it anyway.) 
22-Malaysia (4/3) 
23-Netherlands (4/4) 
24-France (4/5) 
25-China (4/5) 
26-Romania (4/6) 
27-Scotland (4/7) 
28-Turkey (4/8) 
29-Finland (4/9) 
30-India (4/10) 
31-Belgium (4/11)  
32-Thailand (4/12) 
33-Hong Kong (4/12) 
34-Slovenia (4/14) 
35-New Zealand (4/14) 
36-Hungary (4/16) 
37-Croatia (4/17) 
38-Malta (4/20) 
39-Iceland (4/20) 
40-Japan (4/22) 
41-Denmark (4/25) 
42-Switzerland (4/25)
43-Mexico (4/25) 
44-Ecuador (4/27) 
45-Portugal (4/29) 
46-Greece (5/5) 
47-Argentina (5/5) 
48-South Africa (5/6) 
49-Indonesia (5/9) 
50-Chile (5/10) 
51-Northern Ireland (5/11) 
52-Kuwait (5/13) 
53-Singapore (5/14) 
54-Norway (5/16) 
55-Luxembourg (5/29) 
56-Peru (5/30) 
57-Iran (6/4) 
58-Vietnam (6/5) 
59-Rep. of Korea (South Korea)(6/10) 
60-Latvia (6/21) 
61-Venezuela (7/21) 
62-Bulgaria (7/25) 
63-Egypt (8/3) 
64-Mauritius (8/17) 
65-Mozambique (9/4) 
66-Costa Rica (9/14) 
67-Syria (9/16) 
68-Paraguay (9/20) 
69-Anguilla (9/27) 
70-Colombia (10/25) 
71-Pakistan (10/27) 
72-Ukraine (11/2) 
73-Jordan (11/28) 
74-Brunei (12/4) 
75-Lebanon (12/6) 
76-Honduras (12/10) 

2007
77-Bahrain (1/8) 
78-Bahamas (1/13) 
79-Jamaica (1/19) 
80-Nigeria (1/19) 
81-Antigua & Barbuda (1/29) 
82-El Salvador (2/2) 
83-Serbia (2/17) 
84-Cote D'ivoire (Ivory Coast) (2/27) 
85-Saudi Arabia (6/3) 
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 86-Maldives (6/4)

 87-U.S. Virgin Islands (6/11)

 88-Qatar (6/17)

 89-Nicaragua (7/4)

 90-Panama (7/17)

 91-Guatemala (8/20)

 92-Bosnia & Herzegovina (9/10)

 93-Sri Lanka (10/11)

 94-Trinidad and Tobago (11/13)

 95-Kazakhstan (11/26)

 96-Guyana (12/7)

 97-Estonia (12/12)


2008

98-Macedonia (1/8)

99-Georgia (1/25)

100-Mongolia (2/11)

101-Barbados (2/25)

102-Grenada (3/23)

103-Albania (4/13)

104-Morocco (4/13)

105-Bangladesh
(5/9)
106-Mali (8/16)

107-Slovakia (8/21)

108-Netherlands Antilles (10/16)

109-Botswana (10/16)

110-Kenya (10/16)

111-Guadeloupe (10/29)

112-Oman (11/2)

113-Azerbaijan
(11/7)
114-Papua New Guinea (11/11)

115-Moldova (11/19)


2009

116-St. Lucia (1/14)

117-Guam (4/11)

118-Isle of Man (6/20)

119-Libya (8/27)

120-Tanzania (8/27)

121-Armenia (9/3)

122-Benin (9/4)

123-Belarus (12/12)

124-Algeria (12/13)


2010

125-Cameroon (1/11)

126-Djibouti (2/7)

127-Lao-People’s Democratic Republic (7/15)

128-Aland Islands (7/25)

129-Montenegro (8/29)


2011

130-Nepal (1/20)

131-Turks and Caicos Islands (2/24)

132-Namibia (4/1)

133-British Virgin Islands (7/8)

134-Uzbekistan (7/16)

135-Ethiopia (11/9)


2012

136-Ghana (1/10)

137-Singapore (2/7)


2013

138-Aruba

139-Tunisia

140-Dominican Republic
(7/2)


2014

141-Mauritius
(2/20)
142-Iceland
(3/1)
132-Slovenia
(3/24)


The list is still growing, but at a much slower rate. It’s interesting to see who finds this website, so we’ll keep posting new entries as they are received.


Enjoy the page.

Rich Wolfert

 
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Additional Resources


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  2. BulletInspiring message for all about what we CAN do. See the video through to the end, please.

  3. Bulletcalendar-365.com - an excellent resource for calendars with loads of diverse data

Map of website hits for part of March 15-16, 2011 as an example.

Website CONTENTS

(Click the page title below to see it.)

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MOST VIEWED PAGES:

  1. Bullet  FRONT PAGE

  2. Bullet  BIRDS & BIRDING  

  3. Bullet    The Birds of Israel, 10/2013

  4. Bullet    RGVBF Texas Birding, 2014

  5. Bullet  WEATHER  

  6. Bullet  THE BACK PAGE 

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  FIELD GUIDES: 1

  1. BulletBIRDS

  2. BulletBUTTERFLIES (49)

  3. BulletDRAGON & DAMSELFLIES (10)

  4. BulletINSECTS (129)

  5. BulletMOTHS #s 0001-4702        |

  6. BulletMOTHS #s 4703-7648    (490)

  7. BulletMOTHS #s 7649-12233      |

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OTHER PAGES:

  1. Bullet  ODDS & ENDS

  2. Bullet  SCRAPBOOK

  3. Bullet  SKY & SPACE

  4. Bullet  TICK PAGE

  5. Bullet  TRAVEL SECTION

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