A lifetime of sightings? Anywhere in the world? Yes.
Runs on Windows, MacOS and Linux? Without emulation software? Yes.
Easy-to-use? Fast data entry? Yes.
Fast import from eBird, Avisys, BirdBase, and more? Yes.
Hundreds of built-in country and state checklists? Yes.
Big price? No. It's free.
Scythebill is a desktop application for birders to keep track of their life lists and birding records. There's plenty of great birdlist software and birding software available today, but:
- Scythebill is free (and will remain so).
- Scythebill is easy-to-use. It takes a few minutes to get started.
- Scythebill is powerful - loads of features, like flipping between the Clements and IOC checklists
- 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.
New - Scythebill 13.4 is available!
Scythebill 13.4 has been released! It's got support for importing from the Ornitho platform (like ornitho.de) and other new features and bug fixes. See the release blog post for all the information, and the Scythebill blog for other recent releases.
Also new - more extended taxonomies!
There's extended taxonomies for North American dragonflies, UK butterflies, and Australian reptiles and frogs!