John Leonard <>
Dominic Funnell <>
Sat, 4 Oct 2014 12:15:03 +1000
I use a piece of commercially available software called BirdJournal from
Bluebird Technology. I have the "complete" version that covers all
countries. You can imput using either IOC / Clements or individual
countries adopted list such as C & B for Aus. It also has other non avian
taxa checklists such as Aus Butterflies / Mammals etc. The software is
updated regularly to reflect changed in classification. You can also add
photos and annotation for individual sightings at the moment it does not
handle videos or sound recordings but you can link via the comment
On Oct 3, 2014 6:27 PM, "John Leonard" <> wrote:
> Ok, this is a really specific request and I don't expect that such a
> product exists, however....
> At present I keep my life list on an ioc spreadsheet, and I simply bold
> the spp I have seen. However it gets a pain when new editions are issued.
> What I really want is a program that has the ioc list where I can tick the
> species I have seen. It automatically updates, and when it does it sends
> helpful messages such as "4 species you have ticked have been affected by
> splits/lumps", "a species you have ticked has been moved to a different
> Any suggestions?
> John Leonard
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