It's not just for reporting lost and found birds, but also for your current birds. For example, you can add your birds to the database even if they aren't lost. That way, if they are ever lost or stolen and someone found them, they can quickly find you by performing a search against the database....
...Pre-registering your birds today, may help get them home quicker someday if something ever happens to them.
Have you contacted NAFA to see if they would like to link to your database? You may get a bigger audience that way.
If I had written the app, I would have only given the ability to search on band number. I see no good reasons why someone should be able to lookup my name and see what kind of birds I have/had.
I would have limited the display fields to band number, species, and owner. The owner field I would have hyperlinked to a contact the owner page. This page would have the ability to send an email to the owner if they supplied and email address or if they opted to display a phone number it would appear on this page.
The email link already has that capability. You just click it and it will work just like a typical email link. And if you have Skype, you can directly dial from the given phone number.
I am not a member of nafa so I can't communicate with them. If someone wants to ask them, it's fine with me. The more falconers use it the better it will be...
As for the other information such as what birds you own, etc. it wasn't anything that anyone couldn't find out with some determination. I was just emulating Toby B.'s database, but make it more interactive for the user to be able to quickly query information. If you look at his database, it has everything right out in the open/exposed. But on his, you have to submit your information to him, he then updates his database manually; at least that's how it was done at the time when I wrote this module. It may be different now.
With this module, you can add your own birds to the database directly.