Could there be a search URL feature which would allow to search a specific date from noon to noon the following day?
I refer to night observations as typically done by moth observations (Lepidoptera). For more than a century the convention was that the time past midnight “belongs” to the date before. This makes a lot of sense, because a night is an entity, starting one day at dusk and ending the following day at dawn. Moth behaviour at the light is often such that they come and sit still for the rest of the night. If I observe moth on consecutive days, the ones observed between midnight and 5am have nothing in common with the ones observed from 9pm to midnight. I guess you see my point?
Technically speaking, the problem could be solved by (1) a feature which shifts every observation date/time by 12 hours or (2) by introducing a search feature for a single night (as opposed to a single day) which allows to get all observations between noon of the specified date and noon of the following day.
This would help me a lot to align observation records from my diaries, moth collection (both using the abve time convention) and photographs (exact time). Thank you.