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Announcing BirdLog Australia & New Zealand!! The 1st & Only app for eBird data entry specifically for Australia and New Zealand

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Enter your sightings into eBird where you need it ... in the field! Introductory price of $9.99 USD (Regular $14.99).

 

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Overview:

This version includes allows data entry for species from Australia and New Zealand (plus outlying islands including Kermadec, Chatham, Auckland and Bounty. Our world version, called "BirdsEye BirdLog -- Worldwide" is available for birders who want world coverage. The advantages of the ANZ version compared to the world version are that:

1) this list of birds in the ANZ version is restricted to just those species, subspecies and species groups that are known to occur in Australia or New Zealand, so the taxonomy takes up less memory and is faster to load and use in the field. This difference is hardly noticeable on newer iPhones but can make a meaningful difference on older (pre-4S) iPhones. 

2) The ANZ taxonomy is based on the Clements list and uses eBird's common names in Australian and New Zealand English.  In cases where New Zealand and Australian names are different, the names have been combined to avoid possible confusion. 

3) The ANZ version uses the list of ANZ birds as the default list for creating offline checklists. This is handy when birding away from cell-phone coverage in the bush!

BirdLog Australia & New Zealand is a universal app for use on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.  It is optimized for use on both iPad and iPhone/iPod sized screens.

BirdLog Australia & New Zealand was built by active eBird users as a power tool for submitting data into eBird. It is designed to make field data entry easier and more accurate. 

Your feedback, suggestions and positive reviews allow us to continue improving BirdLog. Each purchase helps support the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology and the eBird project.

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BIRDLOG AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND :eBird Data Entry on the Fly...Down Under

Enter bird sightings into eBird where and when you need it ... in the field!  BirdLog is the exclusive mobile data entry tool for eBird

  • BirdLog Australia & New Zealand is available now for the iPhone (Android version coming soon!)
  • Bird listing app: Keeps a running tally of how many of each species you’ve seen
  • Create lists even when there is no cell coverage
  • Quick Entry bar makes data entry fast and easy
  • Plot the exact location of your sightings using your phone's GPS

$9.99 in the App Store or Google Play:

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You may also want to checkout these other BirdLog versions:

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Mexico & Central America
  • South America
  • World 
   

About BirdLog:

Enter your sightings into eBird right from the field with BirdLog! You can even create checklists when there is no cell phone data coverage for later upload when you return to an area with cell phone or wifi.

BirdLog was developed by active eBird users as a power app for submitting data into eBird. If you are not already familiar with eBird, we recommend that you visit ebird.org and register before using BirdLog the first time.

BirdLog is the exclusive mobile data entry app for eBird that allows you to:

✔ Plot the exact location of your sightings using your phone's GPS

✔ Easily increment species counts with a single tap or search the checklist using 4-letter codes

✔ Create new personal locations or choose an existing hotspot or personal location for your checklist

✔ Create checklists even when there is no cell phone coverage to later submission to eBird

✔ Automatically keeps track of day and trip lists that you can email to yourself or friends

✔ Enter birds quickly and easily as you see them using bird codes or full names

✔ Scroll and review your checklist before submitting it

BirdLog is a universal app designed for crystal-clear use on iPhone, iPod Touch and Android.


Testimonials

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★ “BirdLog will fundamentally change the way we go birding,” Chris Wood, eBird Project Leader.

★ “I enter more checklists simply because it’s so easy, and still have more free time at home. I’ve waited for in-the-field data entry for years,” Marshall Iliff, eBird Project Manager.

★ “The ability to record real-time bird observations in the field and have them flow directly into the eBird database has huge implications, not just for birders and eBird, but for citizen-science in general,” Brian Sullivan, eBird Project Manager.

★ “BirdLog is stunning in its simplicity and efficiency. I now enter my almost daily observations in the field with greater accuracy in time, date, and numbers,” Ohio eBirder.

This app is a must have buy - "A bit in price but well worth it. I have been looking for a app like this for a few years now. It's a time saver as well. After birding I normally go home and go on eBird and fill out my reports and it takes a extra hour for 5 spots or so. This app beats writing down your birds. The bad thing about this app is putting specie counts in in the field and you might miss a bird. Besides that this is the best thing since slice bread. What a time saver and well organized." - TheBirdman666

Excellent! - "Great app, works well and I love that I can enter my e-bird sightings in the field now. It works even better now that you can switch tasks and come back without a crash or reset. I second the suggestion of adding miles as an option in addition to km. I also really like the function where it narrows the search to the birds that are likely for the spot I am birding in. I do wish there was a way to get this functionality to work with offline checklists." - JackMoridin


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