I checked, and I don’t see quite this question raised before.
I have Ring cameras that record automatically at the same location. From the videos, I can get still images and also sound recordings. Bird and mammal populations obviously change over the course of the year. I have not made a habit of posting observations of species I have posted before, especially those that appear regularly (possibly even the same individual). For instance, I saw bluebirds this week, haven’t seen them since the summer. I see a Carolina wren regularly - it was a summer resident, but obviously is a winter resident, too. I never saw slate juncos, chickadees or titmice at that location in summer, but they are here now. Some of the summer regulars, like song sparrow, are not appearing. All summer I watched two does with their fawns, which of course grew over the course of the summer. I know it was two, because one had twins. I also get interesting recordings of a variety of bird vocalizations.
Is it useful to post observations like this once a week or once a month, to track changes in behavior or population over the seasons? I would assume it is, but I don’t know if there are better places to report this kind of thing.