Scythebill is a free and cross-platform desktop application for birders to keep track of their life lists and birding records.
There's plenty of great birdlist software available today. Why bother with another?
· Scythebill is free (and will remain so).
· Scythebill is cross-platform - you don't need to lose your list just because you switch from Mac to Windows to Linux.
· Scythebill is open-source, so anyone can contribute to its development.
Scythebill is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux. Binaries for the Windows and Linux platforms are available on the project's homepage.
Here are some key features of "Scythebill":
· Full Clements checklist, including all subspecies and groups (courtesy of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology)
· Fast species entry ("make up your own banding code")
· Fast reports - instant processing of hundreds of thousands of records
· Simple UI
· Export to EBird or BirdStack
· Arbitrary location hierarchies (e.g., if you want to keep track of "Lower Willows" at the "New Willows" on "Point Reyes" in "Marin County" in "California", go for it.)
· Java 6.0 or later
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Full IOC subspecies support (almost)
· Bulk editing
· Browse by location improvements
· Easier "Sp." resolution
· Smaller fixes