Russell Woodford <>
RFI: PDA for birding?
Carl Clifford <>
Wed, 26 Mar 2008 14:01:14 +1100
Russell and Ian,
I have just done a bit of a google around and have come up with
"Wildlife Recorder" http://www.wildlife.co.uk/birding_software/
It is available in a version with a database of worldwide species and
seem very flexible. Also it contains listings of European and North
American Butterflies and Moths and World Mammals It can be used on
Palm or the various Windows base PDA OSs. It requires a PC running
Widows 2000, XP, or Vista.
It might be just be what Ian is looking for.
I agree with you Russell, about the opportunity for the production of
a PDA based field guide for Australia, particularly one on a card.
After all there are 2 available for South Africa. We can't let the
'Boks get that over us, it is bad enough in Rugby. Are there any
birders out there with any PDA programming experience? Now is the
moment for you to shine in the spotlight.
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