My Bird Observations
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+ By Gina Aguilera
All birders regardless of their level of expertise or dedication keep a record of their observations commonly referred to as bird lists.
My Bird Observations was written by a birder for birders. Designed to be easy, fast and above all else - useful.
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Includes the IOC World Bird List of 10,000 English bird names, along with eBird names, British List names and scientific names. User may filter list by geographical region, life list or custom template.
Search DB in alphabetic or taxonomic order. Or find birds by last word of name, 1st&last word, scientific name or BBL code.
Tracks the number of individuals and comments for each species sighted
Add 1 to sighting count with one keystroke.
Creates files that can imported directly into the popular web databases - eBird and Eremaea Birds, as well as, spreadsheet software.
Email files to any email address.
Import trip lists and templates.
Import Life List From eBird
User-managed life list.
Display bird names in English, Swedish, German, Spanish or French. Or scientific names.
Custom Templates - Create pre-defined lists of birds. Use them to populate lists with sightings with zero counts. Or use to filter the bird database.
Tested on Motorola Droid X & 2, LG Optimus Sprint Droid, Motorola Atrix, eLocity a7, and EVO 4G.
Tags: bird observation, nicio and cedar fire, bird observations blog, eremaea ebird, my bird, birding observations.
Added ability to break down sightings totals by gender and/or age.
Enhanced trip geographical location processing.
All dates display in MMM dd, yyyy format
Search trips by date range, geographical location and/or species OR life list by date range. Create emailable text reports.
Taxonomies updated to eBird 1.054, Clements 6.8, IOC 3.4 , British List 2013.
Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Slovak name displays.