Shows nothing. Not even the most common birds. It's complete garbage to me, maybe it works for others but it's useless here.
I love it. This is the only source of bird info I have when I travel to Mexico. It also serves as a great tool for looking at references when doing an art study.
Graphics and sound are a great help for identifying
Good pictures, good recordings of calls, maps. The reason I am giving it only three stars is that when you go in to look at a bird, if you go back to the category, it lets you in to see the category for a second and then shoots you all the way to the beginning. So if you want to compare it other birds in the category to be sure of which bird you thought you saw, you have waste your time scrolling back down to the category. The other point off is for it not working properly for me. It's location question gets stuck and won't continue so is yseless to me.
I really wish this would allow me to see the birds I've ID'd. After using it all summer; I only just now realized there is no way to see my birds. This is what I want above all else. The app is great otherwise.
It is amazing.It has expanded to Europe and has great sounds and photos of birds really amazing.I wish I had it when I was in Europe it would have helped a lot as I do not know my European birds.
Taxonomy update 2017
Added up updated information for Cassia Crossbill, Hen Harrier, Great Gray Shrike, Rivioli's Hummingbird, and more.
More common name languages
Support added to see common names in many additional languages.
New App Shortcuts
If you have Android 7.1 or newer, you can tap and hold on the Merlin Bird ID icon to get quick access to Photo ID and Birds Nearby.
eBird Mobile lets you record the birds you see, adding them to eBird with ease