This app is amazing. I use it every time I go bird watching, and it is far more efficient than most of the manuals I own. However, it is not without its minor faults. The first and most blaring is the fact that Isee many birds with many more than only 3 colors, and when I see birds with only 3 or less colors they might be different colors than I have the options I have to pick from! I understand that there are limitations that make it difficult, but the app would be that closer to perfect if you added more colors and the option to pick more than three colors. The other issue is that on a very slim chance I cant find the bird im looking for! This is for the most part my fault, but I think that sometimes it is because the bird isn’t on the list of birds registered on the app. It could also be because of the pictures of the birds do not include all or most variations of the bird I see, so I cannot confirm my sighting. If the roster of birds was filled up more, and there was more pictures, then all of those problems would be solved! It is such a great app with such great features and it almost never fails me. The only issues it has are so minor, or could be fixed in an update soon, that it makes them nearly irrelevant. Because of all of this the app is virtually perfect, and i recommend all bird watchers newbies and veterans alike to download this app.
This app is wonderful! I knew next to nothing about birds until a Eastern Goldfinch landed in my bird bath one day spurring interest into exactly what the name of this beautiful bird was. I searched inline but characteristics I described didn’t help me find what I was looking for so I checked in the App Store for a bird identification app finding many games but only a couple of identification apps I downloaded 3 but found this to be the best for me. Since then I have become an avid bird watcher! The app is easy to use even for me. I was disabled by a drunk driver in 05’ & fed up with tv so great to find a hobby I can enjoy outdoors. Even my parents joined in & my daddy after suffering a head injury himself in 2011 took up the hobby along with wood working. Together we would make feeders & houses to help attract more birds. He would build & I would paint different types of houses I researched on the website to help attract birds of all types. Unfortunately We lost him to cancer in February of this year (2018) but the time we spent birding together these past 7 years is something I’ll always hold near & dear to my heart. Thanks so much to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Birds in the Hand, & the developers of the Merlin Bird ID for providing us with this wonderful app that has given me some very sweet memories & a wonderful hobby.
This app got me started with birding. Last spring, I downloaded it to start identifying the common birds around me like American Robins, European Starlings, Common Grackles, and Northern Mockingbirds. Soon, I moved from merely identifying birds to counting them also, and soon after, I started recording full checklists with the EBird app (I think also a product of the Cornell School of Ornithology?), which is the best solution for those who wish this app would record their sightings. Now, less than a year later, I have 150 species on my list and have found a new lifelong hobby that I expect to bring me joy for decades to come. It’s all thanks to Merlin! Though I eventually found that a high quality illustrated field guide (I use Sibleys in the US and Collins in Europe) is more useful than any app, I still reference Merlin for sounds or any time I don’t have my guide on me. I was very excited when Merlin came out with bird packs for Europe right before I traveled to Greece this past fall, and I look forward to seeing more bird packs coming out for other parts of the world as time goes on. It’s fun to scroll through the foreign packs and dream about traveling to new places and seeing those birds. I’d glad that when I do go, I’ll have Merlin with me to help identify them!
From XLabz Technologies: With detailed information, pictures and sounds of more than 4500+ birds from 211 different countries around the world, Bird Calls is the most comprehensive bird guide app available anywhere. Enjoy the melodious songs and calls of 4500+ birds from around the world. Identify birds, read interesting trivia and browse through 1000s of stunning photos of nature's most fascinating birds. Do you love listening to the sound of the sparrows chirping, the pigeons softly cooing and the robins singing? Wish you could hear these beautiful bird songs even in the midst of a busy city? Now you can, with Bird Calls. Bird Calls has a huge variety of bird songs and calls from all over the world, along with their photos. this app is perfect for birders and ornithologists. All the sounds in this bird soundboard are taken from live field recordings; so you get the feel of really being in a rain forest in Peru or the jungles of Africa. Features: Over 4500+ carefully-selected and edited bird details & bird call recordings. Includes Birds from 211 countries around the world. Find Birds Around Your Location. Lookup recent sightings of a bird on a map, around the world. Bird sounds include all types of bird vocalizations including bird songs and bird calls like alarms, flight calls, mating calls and more. Over 2000 professional photos of different species of birds. Zoom in to see full-size images of all birds. View detailed information about 1000s of birds like their common names, scientific names, species and lots of interesting trivia. Includes the exact location where the bird sound recordings where done, including latitude and longitude. In-built search feature to search for a particular bird by name. For example, just type in "Heron" and view all the different species of Heron. Bookmark your favorite birds for quick access. Listen to the songs & calls of: Amazon. Antbird. Antpitta. Babbler. Barbet. Beeeater. Canary. Cardinal. Cisticola. Crake. Dove. Drongo. Duck. Eagle. Elaenia. Falcon. Finch. Flowerpecker. Goose. Grebe. Grosbeak. Gull. Hawk. Hermit. Heron. Ibis. Jacamar. Jay. Kingfisher. Kite. Lapwing. Lark. Lorikeet. Lory. Macaw. Magpie. Monarch. Nightjar. Nuthatch. Oriole. Owl. Parakeet. Parrot. Partridge. Puffbird. Quail. Rail. Robin. Roller. Sandpiper. Seedeater. Starling. Swallow. Tinamou. Toucan. Turaco. Tyrannulet. Tyrant. Vireo. Wagtail. Wheatear. Woodpecker. Yellowthroat. And many more. FAQ's: How to download a bird sound? To download and play any bird sound, just click on a particular bird and go to the Bird details page. You will see a list of bird sounds with a download arrow next to each of them. Click on the download arrow symbol to download the song. Once it is downloaded, the download arrow symbol will change to a play button [>]. Click on [>] to play back the song. Subscription. A subscription gives access to all content available in Bird Calls as long as it is active. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. You can cancel online anytime - there is no cancellation fee. You can use the subscription on any device registered with your Apple account. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Cancellation will not go into effect until the end of the monthly billing cycle. Payment management is done by Apple system. More information can be found here: https://support. apple.com/en-us/HT202039.
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