This will take you to an eBird map showing recent sightings.
This page is intended as a faster way of getting to species maps on eBird. Instead of clicking around on fiddly pages that keep reloading slow maps and make you type in your county name every time, you can make one bookmark that lets you search for range maps for any species in the region where you bird most.
The page is intended to be used as a smart bookmark, so you can type birdmap hummingbird or birdmap golden eagle in your location bar as a quick way of searching for a species.
I have an article describing birdmap and showing how to make smart bookmarks in the current version of Firefox. I think most browsers offer smart bookmarks, but I don't know how to set them in anything but Firefox.
That page also explains how to change the coordinates to your location if you're not in Los Alamos.
One point of confusion: if there have been no sightings of a species yet this year, eBird takes you to a world map instead of the area you specified, without any comment as to why. So if you see a world map, it's because no one has seen that species yet in your area.