Checklist for Ipads/iPhones

To: "'Steven Sass'" <>, <>
Subject: Checklist for Ipads/iPhones
From: "Roger Giller" <>
Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2011 17:56:41 +1100
Hi Steve,

I also use Birdsight AU, but on an iPod Touch.  Along with the Morcombe App
and built in voice recorder, it is the complete field companion. 

 I have never found the screen brightness a problem, I set it high enough to
compensate and if necessary shade the screen with my body.

 It has a couple of little quirks, such as when you want to make an entry in
the "notes" field for an observation, you have to backspace 4 times to
remove the default value of "none". Hopefully this and a couple of similar
non-critical annoyances will be fixed in the next release. 

I use it as my default field recorder, but always carry a notepad and pencil
as backup.



-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Sass  
Sent: Tuesday, 13 December 2011 2:17 PM
Subject: Checklist for Ipads/iPhones

Hello all,

I was wondering if anyone knows of a program or excel spreadsheet that can
be used as a checklist, so that you can 'check' off species in the field,
then generate a list of species observed when back in the office? Surely in
this age of technology there is some way of doing away with pen and
paper....thoughts anyone?


Steve Sass


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