Thanks for that. I just wonder if having a world list would be more cumbersome
and therefore slower to use?????
On 12/11/2013, at 11:30 AM, "Wedderburn Birding"
> Hi Sonja,
> When I was in the USA last month, the local birders were using "BirdLog NA
> for iOS, version 1.7.1" and "BirdLog World for iOS, version 1.7" for
> entering bird lists in the field using iPhones and then exporting directly
> to eBird.
> Presumably NA is North America and the world version is the one to get?
> -----Original Message-----
> On Behalf Of Sonja Ross
> Sent: Tuesday, 12 November 2013 11:05 AM
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] BirdLog apps
> My husband is thinking of getting an iPad mini for remote control
> photography, and in view of the upcoming merger of Eremaea and eBird, I was
> thinking I could take it when I was out birding to enter lists on. It
> doesn't seem that lists can be done that way directly to eBird, and BirdLog
> was suggested as being the one to use. I had a look in the Archives and
> noted that a few people use it already but wondered if there were any more
> up to date comments, and also how good the world version is as opposed to
> regional ones? And how well does it work to do lists in the field?
> Any thoughts will be appreciated, and may well have be of wider interest.
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