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file size:1.5M
requires:2.1 and up
downloads:100 - 500
publisher:Birds in the Hand, LLC
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★★ BirdLog is the only Android app for recording and submitting your bird sightings directly into eBird while in the field! ★★
Forget about notebooks, pencils and sitting at your computer. Transform your bird sightings into eBird submissions to build your own lists while sharing your sightings and supporting conservation.
You’ll enter more lists with BirdLog and enter them more accurately. It is easy to tally birds as you go—a
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    Great start
    Has a few small bugs, and I can think of a hundred feature requests, but this is wonderful for a version 1.0 app.
    By user: [dellfalconer]    Rating: [5]    Date: [April 18, 2012]

    NOT BirdsEye for iphone
    I bought this thinking that it was the same 'BirdsEye' app as for the iphone that I have long been waiting for. It is not!! Read the description carefully as to what this app can do. All you can do is enter your sightings to ebird. You cannot search for birds in your area, access other ebird sightings, or get alerts of rare birds. It is ONLY to log birds you see and submit them to ebird. However, if that is all you want to do - the app is great. It is super-easy to use and intuitive. Still waiting for the 'BirdsEye Bird Finding' app for android...
    By user: [Jackie]    Rating: [4]    Date: [April 11, 2012]

    Overall an awesome app. A few things I'd like to maybe see added or tweaked in terms of how I enter my data, but that is just a personal preference and no effect on the app itself.
    By user: ["G" or "GQ"]    Rating: [5]    Date: [April 8, 2012]

    Easy field entry
    I built this app for people like me. I like to bird all over the place and I like to enter my sightings into ebird. It was when I was sitting at home for three straight nights entering three weeks of survey data from Panama that I realized that there must be a better way. BirdsEye Log is that better way.
    By user: [davebell27]    Rating: [5]    Date: [March 3, 2012]

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