Bird listing software - does any do this?

Subject: Bird listing software - does any do this?
From: Steve <>
Date: Sat, 12 Oct 2013 18:37:49 +1100
G'day Koren

I've not used the feature but Wings will do what you want 


Introduction to Trips

A trip is just a collection of Sightings, typically Sightings related by 
location and time. Trips can be tied together into a Trip Summary. For example, 
a two week visit to Costa Rica might be recorded as a collection of trips to 
different locales united into a single trip summary.

Trips and Data Entry by Checkbox or Checklist or Empty List:
Perform data entry by checkbox, checklist or empty list as usual.
If the Trip you want to add the Sightings to already exists, select its name 
from the Trip popup menu.
To create a new trip, select the Quick Add - Trip menu item from the Action 
When the form is accepted, the trip and sightings will be created and all of 
the sightings will be associated with the trip.

To create a trip directly:
Open the [Trips] table.
Click on the Add Record button. A new, blank form will be displayed with the 
cursor in the code field.
Enter any data you like. As a minimum, you must complete a Trip code and name.
Click the Accept button or press the Enter key. This saves the record and 
presents you with another blank data entry page. You can add as many trips as 
you like. When you are done click the Cancel button. You will now be presented 
with a list of all the trips you just added.
Note that trips created directly will not be associated with any sightings. To 
relate sightings to existing trips see Adding Sightings.


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