Recorder 3.2 Professional
Your own sightings data can now be
extracted from Wildlife Recorder in a format suitable for
import into the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
system in 3
users can run Wildlife Recorder on the new computers using
the Intel processor - we have tested it and it works
Recorder keeps your bird sightings organized. See many
great reports. Plot and share sightings on Google
Easily switch between other free included databases
-- butterflies, dragonflies, World mammals, or create your
Wildlife Computing Software has been serving birders since 1986
In two days
this product has converted me from a technophobic longhand
recorder to an enthusiastic advocate of such software in
general and this product in particular. They don’t pay me to
say this – so I’ll say it for free – this is an excellent
product with second-to-none after sales . . . I have
no hesitation in giving it a personal recommendation and
Bo Beolens - 23rd Oct 2005
(read the entire review here)
Wildlife Recorder system makes using a handheld device (I have
a Pocket PC) a breeze, and when you perform the simple data
transfer from the Pocket PC t back into the Wildlife Recorder
program on your computer, your lists are all updated
automatically. With a simple click, you can see where your
life list stands, for the world, or any geographical area.
You can also see range maps for species, produce paper
checklists, and keep track of the mammals you see while
looking at birds. . . I give it my highest recommendation.
Board Member, American Birding Association
Wildlife Recorder 3.2 has a built-in
distribution mapping facility which allows the
position of sightings to be plotted onto digital
maps and now onto Google Earth so you can share
your worldwide sightings. A full list of the new features in the 3.2
release can be found
Click here to see sample reports
Convert your AviSys and Birders Diary data free if you use these other listing software
Inquire at 916-768-7940
the links on the left blue frame to see Pocket Bird Recorder - learn
how you can keep your sightings in the field on your Pocket PC or
Mobile 5 or 6.+ device
- Enter your sightings in minutes using keyboard or advanced
- Select and use all US
English bird names. - loons not divers, etc.
- Many taxonomies to chose
- Automatically keep any number of life or year
- Analyze your data anyway you want.
species names and distributions
- Make great looking trip reports.
- Interfaces seamlessly with PDAs for use in the field (uses
Pocket Bird Recorder)
- Print your own Checklists for any part of the
- Link your digital photos, videos, sound clips
to your sightings by using the Recorder Media Strip
and a report editor to customize your own.
- Extensive on CD help
files including video tutorials.
With it's simple and fast data entry
capabilities and rapid queries, mapping facility, subspecies, Wildlife Recorder is now
the easiest birding database to use and is also the most
comprehensive and complete package available.
using our toll free number is part of our guarantee.
Recorder 3.2 comes on a CD-ROM in a DVD Case with full, printed
Personal computer with a Pentium processor (750 or
Windows98 ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista,
and Windows 7
Minimum 64mb of RAM.
A hard disk with free space of at least 28mb (World
edition). An additional 58mb is required for speech recognition
Mouse or other pointing device.
Microphone (optional, required to use speech
User Friendly and
with a complete and up-to-date World Species database or
optionally a local database (Western Palearctic and North
American). The World version contains
distribution information for all the countries of the
World + states for large countries, 393 areas in total.
Other databases included are
World Mammals, European Butterflies, British
Dragonflies, North American Butterflies, North American
Dragonflies and British Moths at no additional cost
comprehensive details about your sightings including
unlimited free text notes. Wildlife
Recorder even has its own mini word processor to
let you format your notes.
Sightings can be entered either in
trip form or using the bulk sightings entry facility
which allows rapid entry in any sequence.
details of all the geographic areas
you have visited. The database
provided contains all the countries of the World plus
state names for larger countries. You may enter details
of States, Counties and Sites. Sub-sites can be defined
Include observers who provided the
sightings data and you can sort by observer.
An unlimited number of lists can be kept
automatically from the sightings you have entered.
Any type of lists can be produced; country, state, county, site, faunal zone, ABA/AOU lists
are all possible.
Wildlife Recorder will automatically keep life
lists and, if desired, detailed year lists.
Lists are automatically calculated from sightings data.
and contain information about the species seen, first
and last dates, early and late dates etc.
Flexible Queries allow
you can pull up a list of sightings for a site, county,
country or any of the data you have entered, you can
even search your free form notes.
The Query designer allows you to design your own
Wildlife Recorder is provided
with a comprehensive set of reports to print checklists,
trip reports, lists etc. Reports can be output to the
printer, as a web page (HTML), an Adobe Acrobat document
(PDF) or as a rich text file which can be edited using a
word processor. A Report Designer is included so you
can design even more reports.
Allows you to produce your
own checklists based the distribution areas provided
with Wildlife Recorder as part
of the reporting feature above.
Checklists can be can be output to
the printer, as a web page (HTML), an Adobe Acrobat
document (PDF) or as a rich text file which can be
edited using a word processor.
Linking Images and other Media
you to easily link digital
videos, sound clips and other media to species and your
trips and sightings.
Sightings and geographic information
can be imported from other systems.
Conversion packages available from Birder's Diary 2.5,
AviSys and BirdBase. Bird Recorder 32 data can also be
transferred if required.
You can export you sightings data as a comma separated
Pocket PC (PDA) integration
Full integration with Pocket Bird Recorder
allows you to export species and site
lists to a PDA running Pocket PC2000, 2002, Windows
Mobile 2003, and Mobile 5 & 6 devices
On return from your trip the sites,
trips and sightings are seamlessly imported into your
Help and Tutorials
Complete on-line help and tutorials.
Integral backup and restore utility will compress
and save your data to ensure you never lose it due to PC
or other failures.
Interfaces to the built in
map facilities and Google Earth
Charting and graphing facility.
is available in 2
above and with the following species databases:
- Birds of
the Western Palearctic and North America (USA 50 states and
above and with the following species databases:
- Birds of
or call 916-768-7940
or visit the Order form
sightings like this list of birds seen at Hawk Hill, Marin Headlands
overlooking Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco in the background.
Mapping like this is only possible with Wildlife Recorder. New