thoughts on bird e-Guide Apps for iPad/iPhone

To: Jeelan Amin <>
Subject: thoughts on bird e-Guide Apps for iPad/iPhone
From: Peter Morgan <>
Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2017 10:10:22 +0000
Yeah, g'day Jeelan
We use both in conjunction with the books.
Bev prefers Morcombe; I always go to Pizzey (probably because of the extra info 
in the photos).  I reckon, as with the hard copies, it's a good idea to have 

Peter Morgan

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> On 10 Apr 2017, at 2:56 pm, Jeelan Amin <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just wondering if anyone’s had any experiences with the bird guide apps that 
> are currently available for iPads? I’m considering Pizzey and Knights Birds 
> of Australia 
> <>
>  and/or the Morcombe and Stewart Guide to Birds of Australia 
> <>
> I currently use hardcopies of Simpson & Day Field Guide to Birds of Australia 
> and The Slater Field Guide to Australian birds…
> will either of the apps above allow me to replace the hardcopy books? 
> Both apps seem to have a library of bird sounds and can be filtered by 
> location to only show you species likely to occur in your neck of the woods….
> I’d love to hear any “real world” experiences with either of these apps.
> thanks
> Jeelan 
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