iBird Yard+ Guide to Birds

iBird Yard+ Guide to Birds

By Mitch Waite Group

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2008-11-25
  • Current Version: 10.06
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 694.80 MB
  • Developer: Mitch Waite Group
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 1,026 Ratings

Description

iBird Yard Plus Guide to Birds has 270 species of North America. It is designed specifically for the 126 species of garden and yard birds found in North America and Hawaii and an additional 144 species of common birds most birders are likely to see such as ducks, hawks, seabirds, etc. If you are new to birding, iBird Yard Plus is an inexpensive way to become intimate with these amazing creatures. Just set up a small bird feeder in your yard and start discovering the beautiful species that thrive in your area. iBird Yard Plus is completely up to date with the 2017 AOU supplement and contains hundreds of bird songs and calls you can play from the app to attract birds to your feeders. Birders with more experience may want to review our iBird Plus, Pro and Ultimate products. More Details of What’s New: bit.ly/ibird-whatsnew iBird Yard Plus also takes a major leap forward with “Time of Day” filtering available in version 10.06. You can now search for birds by activity levels during day or night (Cathemeral), dawn and dusk (Crepuscular), during the day (Diurnal) or during the night (Nocturnal). Also included in this version is our new Owls of Mexico and Central America package, including all the hard to find details which iBird is so well known for: illustrations with field marks, range maps, songs and calls and much more. With iBird’s Percevia™ matching system you can search for birds by color, location, shape, habitat or any one of 37 identification attributes to find your bird. iBird's comprehensive species pages have hundreds of built-in bird song recordings, professional high-resolution bird photographs, hand-drawn composite illustrations and range maps with detailed migration paths. ** NOTE: If you would like to try out iBird without spending any money, check the newly released iBird LITE Free Guide to Birds of North America. It contains all the features of paid iBird Ultimate, including BAM, but contains just 50 species. And it’s completely FREE. ** Whether you are an experienced birder or a beginner, iBird Yard Plus is the best way to learn all about the birds in your garden. Features ■ iBird now takes advantage of the high-resolution retina displays of the iPhone and iPad so the screen shows more information than ever. ■ Birds Around Me and Percevia smart search now available as in-app purchases. ■ Contains the latest 2017 AOU checklists. ■ Splits-History lets you see what birds have had name changes, have been split into more than one species or lumped into one species. ■ iBird’s icon-driven visual search engine, enables you to identify birds using shape, color, location, habitat, head pattern, flight pattern, bill shape, length and more. ■ Voluminous identification and hard-to-find details such as diet, nest information, egg color, sex of incubator, vocalization definitions, and more. ■ The only birding app that includes both Illustrations and Photos. ■ The powerful search engine means no longer scrolling through hundreds of the wrong choices. iBird matches just those birds near you that fit your description. ■ Many hours of highest quality bird sound recordings. ■ Sort birds by first, last and family name and view birds by text, icon, thumbnail or gallery. ■ Search by common name, Latin name and even band code. ■ Only app with a field mark layer which displays key ID marks for male, female, juvenile. ■ Post, keep lists, and share sightings with friends and followers with an easy and user-friendly Notes and Favorites interface. ■ iBird’s database is completely self-contained; no internet connection is required like many other birding apps. Other Features ■ All new range maps now include Summer, Winter, Spring and Fall ranges plus Year-round and Migration ranges. ■ The Conservation Status search attribute lets you filter birds by 6 threat levels. ■ Species, common and family names in English, French and Spanish (text is English).

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Reviews

  • Unbelievable

    5
    By You are awesome and amazing
    I love this easy to use app with more than 100 species of bird. I enjoy this app so much even when I'm at dinner. This minute learning app is just incredible.
  • Awesome

    5
    By jboudy
    Use it every day Spring to Summer👍
  • Sound stopped working with iPhone X

    1
    By Slthome
    I updated my app to use with my iPhone X and now the sound no longer works. I works in my old iPad, but not the new iPhone X. Annoying.
  • Love this app

    5
    By 2 stars will not submit
    I like the multiple ways to ID a bird-shape, color, sound, area. These feathered friends are sometimes fleeting or hidden and reveal only a hint on who they are. A lot of work goes into creating a good database.
  • Good App

    5
    By Carpodcastman
    This app is really good for identifying the birds that come in my yard. I especially like using the the slideshow of the favorites list to learn to distinguish similar-looking birds. Sounds also help with this.
  • ??? What the heck

    3
    By Wren107
    By and all most of the Ibird guides are great. This one shows birds for my ares that do not show up here except under very , very rarely times and does not show birds that are common. The White pelican does not show up down here often but the Brown pelican is very common. This guide shows the white here but not the brown. I can go on with others but I will not now
  • Complete and easy

    5
    By Rsdavis412
    Very user friendly and accurate. I use the recorded bird songs to call them in.
  • Easy to use

    5
    By Heath1976
    Very handy and easy to use. Lots of good information.
  • Excellent Bird Resource

    5
    By Mustang71506
    Easy to navigate, great pictures.
  • Great for watching my birdfeeders

    5
    By Gregory & Vanessa
    I love this app! I use the gallery, full body view to quickly identify birds at my feeders. I favourite the ones I've seen to show my visitors. My four-year-old loves listening to the bird sounds and learning about them.

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