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Superb new electronic field guide based on the best-selling 'Sasol Birds of Southern Africa field guide'. It is an ideal companion to the book and has electronic features which will add to your enjoyment of birding.
The entire collection of pictures, sound & text is stored on a 128Mb Memory Card. No PC necessary. Just insert the card, run the install files and go birding. None of the PDA's internal memory is used for storage.
Features: Pictures of all 954 bird species found in Southern Africa. Distribution maps and text. Over 540 sounds plus a logging facility. New sounds that become available can be downloaded free of charge.
New V2 Features: Sasol e.Birds of Southern Africa Version 2 has all of the easy-to-use features of the first version including a revised logging system, adjustable text fonts and a complete old names/new names comparison. It also has an all new easy bird searching method called Smart Search: a Never-Seen-Before feature on PDAs.
The entire collection of pictures, sound & text is stored on a 128Mb SD Memory Card. No PC necessary. Just insert the card, run the install files and go birding. None of the PDA's internal memory is used for storage.
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