Best software for bird lists.

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Subject: Best software for bird lists.
From: "Richard King" <>
Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 16:28:41 +0800
Hi all,


I need to enter the modern age, as my Clements Birds of the World Checklist
book is getting a little old and worn, as my life lists have grown. Can
someone recommend good current world bird checklist software or some other
system? Possibly one with flexibility, such as being able to produce bird
lists for specific locations I have visited in the past and a system easily
updated when new classifications occur.



Richard King


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