Surely the most efficient way to make that kind of app available is to persuade
the authors of warblr, etc, to produce an Australian version by offering
funding and probably more importantly, sample recordings.
That said, do you have access to a collection of recordings, S. Mitchell? Just
listening to them helps one learn much faster than learning in the field.
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> On 22 Jul 2016, at 1:20 AM, Carl Clifford <> wrote:
> Great idea, but who is going stump up the money for it. Perhaps it could be
> croud sourced?
>> On Thursday, July 21, 2016, mitch Mitchell <> wrote:
>> Hello, there is no reason that Australia could not have a Birdsong app.
>> There are already two for the British Birds, so may be someone could
>> instigate an app for Australia?
>> As some one with a poor memory and little knowledge of Birds here, I
>> would certainly get it
>> I hope that helps your members, and that they can help get an app made!
>> Best Regards
>> S. Mitchell
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