|To:||Judith L-A <>|
|From:||Russell Woodford <>|
|Date:||Mon, 18 Feb 2019 14:29:31 +1100|
I admit that paper checklists are useful when you can customise them and print your own list of likely species in a region - seems unnecessary to carry a full list of Australian birds in your pocket if you're birding in Tasmania - or anywhere else where you won't see even half the birds on your paper list.
I get that some people prefer a hard copy. Just like with the telephone book. I was very surprised to get one in my mail box. Thumping great thing it is, too. But I guess some people prefer to look up numbers that way.As long as you plan ahead you can have an offline checklist in eBird - I did that in Vanuatu recently when I was too stingy to buy a local SIM card.
On Mon, 18 Feb 2019 at 13:43, Judithla <> wrote:
Some people would like a quick no-fuss hardcopy, to transfer later (& for those many occasions when there’s no signal).
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