And it has built in geo-location technology so that it can build a map of sightings to help ecologists and zoologists monitor species' habitats, and keep an eye on increases, declines and migration patterns.
However the team behind the app are hoping to will appeal to the five million adults who go bird watching in the UK every year as well as those out on a walk who are just keen to know which birds are nearby.
They also hope it will encourage technology-obsessed teens to get out into nature.
"Here at Queen Mary University of London we’ve been at the forefront of developing this new technology for a while now, but as a scientist you don’t always get the chance to place your work directly in the hands of the general public – it’s a real privilege,” said Warblr co-founder Dan Stowell.
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Cornel West- Everytime I see him I can’t help but think that Quentin Tarantino is hiding behind the nearest podium, giggling. West is THAT bad-ass and smooth and fierce that he makes you think you’re watching a hologram of a Pulp Fiction character.
Why anyone would have a copy of her resume and cover up her name is another story, but I needed a strong opening and I think I've succeeded. Who doesn’t giggle at least a little when someone says they have an issue with girls who don’t sit on toilet seats?But the chit chat about toilet seat covers, whether or not you can actually get an STD from a toilet seat and if the world is covered in a thin layer of feces quickly escalated into a conversation about wealth and class and what it was like to grow up in South Jersey where you marveled at the change your best friend’s family kept in a jar.I spoke with the Tallahassee native, who also performs in the bands 99 Cent Whore and Cottonhead, via and asked her about the show, her career, and her lovely name. The experience of working in the magical land of "Ephronia" is felt in stages, not unlike the stages of grief, but in a good way. And I think I might even be related to Nicholas Cage. Stage 1: Denial -- When my agent called me to tell me that they were offering me the part, I think I replied: "They want me? " Stage 2: Anger -- Here I am in the land of Ephronia, on the first day of rehearsal, and I'm sitting across a table from the Ephron sisters themselves and there's Jane Lynch sitting right next to me, Tyne Daly, Mary Louise Wilson, and Lisa Joyce..I forgot my camera! Step 3: Bargaining -- This is the part my agent and my manager did. I guess Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron and the director (the wonderful Karen Lynn Carpenter) really did want me to do this show. It must be true, because I have a nice handwritten note from both Nora and Delia from our opening night saying some very sweet things to me. It's not like a traditional play where each person is cast in a particular role and you then get to work memorizing all the lines that have the name "Blanche" above them.