BirdsEye BirdLog

While it did take me a bit longer to enter my list on the phone compared to jotting down notes in a notepad in the field, it only takes one click at the end, “submit,” to get my list onto eBird, which is my ultimate goal, anyway. This app is a huge time-saver and pretty slick besides. I can’t wait to use it again! Moar birding, yeah!

Read my 5/5 review of this new app for iPhone here: App Review: BirdsEye BirdLog.

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2 Responses to BirdsEye BirdLog

  1. Biscuit says:

    There are also many “easy” ways for me to lose $20 (if I only birded in the US, make that $10). I can also more cheaply track birds in all the other bird identification apps that I have. This “introductory” price is just too steep to provide Cornell with “easier” data to resell elsewhere.

  2. Amy says:

    Biscuit, thanks for your comment. This is the first app I’ve used to record bird sightings. Do you use something else? Can you sync your sightings to eBird?

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