|To:||Birding Aus <>|
|Subject:||Re: Twitching software|
|From:||Greg Oakley <>|
|Date:||Tue, 19 Mar 2002 09:29:32 +0800|
Someone sent me this address for some American software for Macs called 'Bird Brain 5.0':
Here are the other replies - hope they can help:
Greg, You can easily create your own, using Filemaker and a bit of imagination. I keep basic data in such a database, and though I don't maintain lists of this cross-referencing sort, it could readily be done. I can send you the list of all Australian species in an appropriate format.
John Clifton-EverestPS I can¹t give you my FMPro one because it relies a bit too heavily on Simon¹s BirdInfo Data structures, and I really don¹t want to infringe his intellectual property!
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