BirdBase and BirdArea for Windows

To: <>, "S Cooney" <>
Subject: BirdBase and BirdArea for Windows
From: "Trevor Quested" <>
Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2000 19:13:37 +1000
Stuart wrote:        What a great sounding program.  Although my life list
isn't quite in the
3000 range (closer to 1/10th of that) for a compulsive list maker like
myself, it sounds like great fun.  I currently use an excel list that I
copied out of Simpson & Day and a world list that I retrieved from
somewhere on the net.

Do any Australians use this software and does it matter that it is an
American piece of software?  or is there a better Aussie version?

Hi Stuart,

I use and recommend this program.  So do many of the big listers that I know
in Sydney.
It is very good if you keep a lot of information and wish to access it in
many different ways.
There are many good lists around and you will probably hear from users of
those.  You can play with Birdbase online I think.

Trevor Quested

Sydney Australia

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