Re: Birdwatching databases

To: "Cliffe, Neil" <>
Subject: Re: Birdwatching databases
From: (Dr Richard Nowotny)
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 1997 21:06:47 +1000
I have had World Birdbase for some years and find it very satisfactory.  It
has many features - which I would be happy to tell you about if you want.
It is advertised on a regular basis in the American Birding Association's
journal "Birding" - I could post you a copy of the ad. if you were interested.
I can't compare it with any other program as I have no other experience (and
changing from one program to another looks to be a frightening proposition -
I have many thousands of entries on my system). 
Richard Nowotny

>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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