Computer ID of birds

To: 'Dave Torr' <>, 'Carl Clifford' <>
Subject: Computer ID of birds
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 11:20:25 +1100
This one, which appears to be Australian, claims it can identify calls with 95% 

I assume that's if you've got the appropriate recordings to compare to.

Peter Shute

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> And then of course we need one that identifies calls - there 
> are services that will identify music I know (you play a 
> sample you heard on the radio and it tells you what the music 
> was) but this would be a bit harder I suppose - or maybe it 
> already exists?????

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