It was written for the United Nations for recording field work in Africa.
It is free but does require setting up the relative databases, which is comparatively easy. This is done on a PC and the field data is transfered from the PDA to the PC.
I have an Australian bird database if anyone is interested. It is a work in progress so take and modify.
> g'Day all
> I have been intending to buy a PDA with integrated GPS to use in
> the field as an aid for bird recording and navigation.
> After reading
> , I learned that one should consider;
> Platform | Screen | CPU | Memory | Expansion | Connectivity |
> Camera | Synchronization | Power
> Well that's great but I still have not got a clue which one to buy.
> Is there any thoughts/ discussion re PDA as a birding tool? Are
> there any special considerations and recommendations of which one
> to buy from birding-aus member?
> Ian May
> St Helens, Tasmania
> currently at Price SA
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