[Tweeters] Birding software redux

Mike Wile mikewile at comcast.net
Sun Feb 24 21:46:11 PST 2008


Hi Maxine-

I will throw a third in the mix. I have been an ardent proponent of
Birder's Diary for years. It does everything I need and more. I would be
happy to answer any questions you have about it (I have no affiliation with
this company).

Mike Wile
mikewile at comcast.net
425-503-5766
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Subject: [Tweeters] Birding software redux



> Thanks to all tweeters who emailed me privately as well as in the general

> discussion.

>

> The commercial software almost everyone favored is Avisys. Heard nothing

> negative about that, and since I use PCs, seems like an excellent way to

> go.

>

> The second favorite was the free online software through Cornell - Ebird.

> Since I am a Cornell graduate, that appeals to me also.

>

> I am going to check out both options.

>

> Once again, thanks all for your input.

>

> Maxine, Seattle

>

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> Robert Lynd

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