The two main Australian online databases are Eremaea (www.eremaea.com) and
Birdpedia (http://www.birdpedia.com), not sure if there are others now, I know
there was at least one other announced sometime this year. Not sure what
Birdpedia can give you, but Eremaea can certainly give you various statistics,
such as your life list/count, target species, year lists, etc.
I won't rant on again about how it reduces the value of the data to have it
scattered across many databases.
wrote on Thursday, 9 October 2008 9:07 AM:
> While in Canada recently my son showed me a great site he
> records all his birds on. The species lists are all there in
> the database so it is quick to simply tick and record
> whatever data you wish to on sightings etc.. It will give
> graphs and comparisons and all sorts of things if you wish.
> It would be wonderful to see something like that here and
> maybe someone knows more about it? If you register you can
> have a look at the site on: http://www.ebird.org/
> Carla Jackett
> Kangaroo Valley NSW
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