Birdsight use on my iPhone

Subject: Birdsight use on my iPhone
From: Trevor Quested <>
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 15:46:58 +1000
I love the application. I was out using it in ernest today. I was adding numbers and notes to the sightings. It is quite fast. I await the 1st upgrade which will have the Delete species function. I falsely added a Banded Stilt when I meant Black-winged Stilt. Also I entered two Olive-backed Oriole entries. My GPS works wonderfully on it. Other data in the update will be male & female and heard only boxes to tick. I found the application very fast to use and quick to change numbers sighted of each species.

I was birding around Burnett Heads near Bundaberg Queensland. Of interest were 7 Pacific Golden Plovers, 2 in breeding plumage, and a Black-faced Woodswallow in Coast She-Oak 30 metres from the ocean at the lighthouse. I normally look for this species inland. We saw 75 species in the couple of hours we were out. I can email the data to anyone who wishes to see how it comes back to you from the iPhone.
Trevor Quested


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