...and very soon (possibly this week) you will be able to directly upload your
sightings from Birdsight Au to Eremaea.
It is important to note that Birdsight Au (and I presume MBO) only allows you
to create lists and does not allow you to do any analysis.
On 30/08/2012, at 5:00 PM, Carl Clifford <> wrote:
> If you only want am app for Australia, try Birdsight AU, or if you want world
> wide there is My Bird Observations (MBO). Both allow you to generate CSV
> files for importing into an appropriate application on you desk/laptop
> computer. I use Birdsite AU and have used Birdsight China and found them OK.
> Have not tried MBO, but it looks pretty good and is not as Euro or US centric
> as other birding apps. It uses the IOC nomenclature.
> I can't advise on applications for non iOS devices as I use Macs.
> Carl Clifford
> On 30/08/2012, at 3:04 PM, Mark Young <> wrote:
>> G'day everyone,
>> I've been using Eremea recently for listing my sightings, which I think is
>> a great application, but I want more versatility and greater reporting
>> options than what Eremea currently offers.
>> Can anyone recommend any software that might give me these options? I'm
>> particularly interested in ones that have an app for iPads.
>> Mark Young
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