Birdwatching databases

To: Birds news group <>
Subject: Birdwatching databases
From: "Cliffe, Neil" <>
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 1997 10:07:00 +1000

Can anyone out there reccommend "Birdinfo for Windows"or any other

database that is useful for the average birdwatcher to record birds seen

on a regular basis and to record species seen on particular special

Versatility and the ability to record an unlimited number of trips would

be useful.

Has anyone had experience with any of these databases, and would be

prepared to reccommend one over another?

Thanking you in anticipation.


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