Online bird news provider BirdGuides has relaunched with a radical overhaul of its entire site – using the latest internet technology to expand its services and content.
Rob McDonnell, Publisher, said: “BirdGuides has been telling birders about important rarity sightings for 17 years and we are fully committed to doing that for many more years. That is why we’ve invested considerable time and money to improve what we offer you.”
“As well as adding exciting new features, our aim was to ensure BirdGuides worked seamlessly with new technology, and can be continually evolved to be even better and quicker. With traditional methods for disseminating bird news slowly being phased out we believe that is essential. As birders, we know just how important getting quick and accurate information is to you and your lists!”
As well as a slick new interface, the website is designed to be mobile-friendly and work on all devices. With improved national 4G coverage, increasing use of mobiles and tablets, and the news that Vodafone is pulling out of the declining UK pager market, this is another improvement that will be welcomed by birders on the move.
Rob added: “The BirdGuides website relaunch and the exciting new features are just the beginning. We are committed to continually improving the services we offer to an increasingly large audience. For now, though, we hope you like what we’ve done.”
BirdGuides is offering customers the opportunity to sign up for a free 30-day trial. To register, visit www.birdguides.com. Subscription packages start from just £13.50 by quarterly direct debit.