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Société Calédonienne d'Ornithologie

ORNITO, the Oceania application to identify birds from the South Pacific islands

 The  Caledonian  Ornithology Society is pleased to announce the launch of the  OrnitO (Ornithology in Oceania) application.

 

Designed to make easier the visual identification of birds in the South Pacific, this application presents 201 species of birds including the birds of New Caledonia, Fiji, Vanuatu, Wallis and Futuna.

 

Intended for the general public, it is richly illustrated and easy to use. Downloaded on smartphone, it is a complete ornithological guide, practical to use in the field which allows the species observed to be checked.

 

To promote the exchange and sharing of knowledge about birds, it presents the name of each species in several languages (English, French, Japanese, Chinese, Czech) and traditional dialects.

 

A beautiful showcase of the ornithological and linguistic diversity of Oceania !

 

To find out more, the best thing is to try it right now ! It is available for free (for Android only) on Play Store or via the following link : OrnitO

 

Bravo and congratulations to our friends, Brother Anicet Paulin, s.c. and Dominik Maximilián Ramík, passionate craftsmen for the colossal volunteer work they devoted to this project and the quality of the result.

 

Thank you to the members of the Caledonian Ornithology Society mobilised on the project in New Caledonia, testers and speakers in the Kanak languages, for their active contribution.

 

You also, participate to help enrich the application OrnitO !

 

The names of the birds that are not available in your traditional dialect on OrnitO ? help us to enrich the application. Just fill out the online form available here by specifying the name of the bird in your own language.

 

Thank you for your contribution !

 

We wish you some great observations with OrnitO. 

 

 

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