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Monday, February 26, 2007

Wall St. Journal Article on Why Birdwatchers Now Carry iPods....

The Wall St. Journal has a front page article and online article on "Why Birdwatchers Now Carry iPods and Laser Pointers" which reviews all the latest technology birders use. Many birders use the birdJam, which is an iPod loaded with the Stokes Field Guide To Bird Songs CDs and the birdJam software (which organizes the sounds from our Stokes CDs into playlists organized by habitat), or they just buy our Stokes Field Guide To Bird Songs CDs and load them onto their iPod themselves.
We are quoted in the article and the online version of the article has Lillian's photo of the American Oystercatcher and 5 selections of bird songs from our Stokes Field Guide To Bird Songs CDs: Bald Eagle, American Oystercatcher, Least Tern, Crested Caracara and American Woodcock. Hear the songs from our CDs and read the article by clicking HERE.
We are travelling now, but thought you would enjoy this.

3 comments:

Iris said...

I loaded your CD onto my iPod last year and listen to it while I'm working or on the treadmill. It's both relaxing and educational, and my birding-by-ear skills have increased tremendously! I've been recommending this to all my birding friends.

mon@rch said...

This is a wonderful article and looks like it is getting even more closer for me to get that Ipod! Thanks for sharing!

Jewell said...

Well written article.