The essential guide to birds in Patagonia for eager birders or curious tourists! What makes this app unique is the step-by-step search function on the basis of what you see, helping to identify the bird you have just spotted. Each species is accompanied with a map of its distribution, a textual description, photographs and conservation status, together with order, family and Latin name. The Chilean and Argentinian names are given for each bird, and all the texts are in English, Spanish and Italian.
An ideal app for experts and simple tourists alike: birds in Patagonia are far less shy than in Europe or North America, so you can get much closer!
Our aim has not been to produce a comprehensive, technical birdwatching field guide for the expert birdwatcher, but a selection of the most representative and fascinating birds of Patagonia.
Our guide aims to be of interest and use to a broader and less expert public, as well as to the keen birdwatcher.
There are clear photographs of each species of bird, together with a distribution map and non-technical descriptive text.
With regard to seabirds, we have included only those that may be seen on or near the coast. In a guide intended for visitors to Patagonia, there seemed little point including pelagic birds that may be Argentinian or Chilean in the sense that they cross the waters of these countries, but are rarely or never actually seen in Patagonia itself.
HOW TO USE THIS APP
You can choose to see the birds listed alphabetically or select them by name, family or order.
A search facility helps you identify the bird you have spotted.
Simply tap in the details you have noted about its appearance and behaviour and the app will show you the possible bird(s) matching those criteria, in order of probability.
Tap on the name to see a description of that bird and its conservation status.
Tap on the world symbol for a map of its range.
Tap on the thumbnail to show the photographs of the bird described.
Tapping on the habitat button on the top-level menu provides a description of the main habitats of Patagonia, together with photographs.