Birdsight iphone app

To: birding aus <>
Subject: Birdsight iphone app
From: John Hammond <>
Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2009 02:57:42 -0700 (PDT)
Hi All..... Ive been trying it out for the last couple of days and i think it 
fantastic. I like taking notes but with a young family it can be tedious to try 
and do them when i get home.. Finding it much easier to do them in the field as 
its pretty quick and easy. Something i think should be added is the ability to 
check out your sites gps coordinates and view it on a map without having to go 
to the edit menu. Also i think from maybe from an atlas point of view it would 
be great to be able to record coordinates for individual bird sightings, for 
those days when your on the road and not just birding around one site. All the 
suggestions sound great and should turn this app into a powerful little birding 
tool.....John Hammond

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