Re: Bird databases

To: Teresa Randle <>
Subject: Re: Bird databases
From: David Rosalky <>
Date: Sun, 23 Mar 1997 23:11:54 +1100 (EST)
At 12:54 AM 23/03/97 +0930, Teresa Randle  wrote:
>I vaguely remember mention six months ago of software available for 
>keeping track of bird lists. I did start a Works database of my own but 
>have abandoned this task as the data entry is too tedious and 
>maintenance rather difficult. Anyone have any suggestions of 
>off-the-shelf packages available?
>Also is there anyone from Adelaide suscribed to this list? Who can 
>suggest a place to day trip to,  beside St Kilda, Goolwa or Belair 
>National Park.
The people who put out the Simpson & Day CD ROM, Natural Learning P/L, have
a freeware bird log program downloadable from their Web site

It is very usable if a little clumsy.  Anyway, worth a try.
David Rosalky                            
Canberra, Australia                   61-6-2731927

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