As a newbie to iBird Pro, I am seeking suggestions on how best to use the Location field to organize my observations. For instance, I live in Gainesville, Florida, and this morning I sighted a group of bluebirds as I was driving thru town. So do I create a specific location for that address within Gainesville for this sighting, or do I create one location for all of my Gainesville sightings? I would prefer the specificity of the first option, but that means I will eventually have dozens if not hundreds of locations just within Gainesville.
I realize there is no right answer, no one-size-fits-all-birders solution. But I am canvassing for how people are using locations now in iBird (and in eBird). Thanks in advance for the feedback.