thoughts on bird e-Guide Apps for iPad/iPhone

Hi all,

Just wondering if anyone’s had any experiences with the bird guide apps that are currently available for iPads? I’m considering Pizzey and Knights Birds of Australia and/or the Morcombe and Stewart Guide to Birds of Australia

I currently use hardcopies of Simpson & Day Field Guide to Birds of Australia and The Slater Field Guide to Australian birds…

will either of the apps above allow me to replace the hardcopy books?

Both apps seem to have a library of bird sounds and can be filtered by location to only show you species likely to occur in your neck of the woods….

I’d love to hear any “real world” experiences with either of these apps.

thanks

Jeelan



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