You can look up birds anytime, anywhere with this app installed on your Android device. No more having to lug heavy guidebooks around.
When you encounter a bird, you can listen to its pleasing birdsong, then you can let this app work for you. You can browse by name alphabetically or by family, or search by common name, scientific name, or Japanese name.
Japanese name could be convenience when you talk to Japanese bird watcher. e.g. “Red-crowned Crane” is “Tan-cho” in Japanese name. It has also glossary and terminology in Japanese and English.
If you do not remember or cannot even guess at part of the bird's name, you can use the search function to search by color, size, habitat, or distribution. You can browse through the quickly returned search results, which are sorted by size. Color or habitat search conditions can be set as a filter as you wish.
To play a sound, simply tap on the sound play button or on the phonetic spelling text. Photographs, life descriptions, and phonetic spelling for voices help you to understand birds effortlessly.
In addition, you can let the link function work for you so you do not miss similar sounds.
You can make your own lists of favorite birds, by season, by site, or in any manner you like. Included are sample lists for Hokkaido(endemic to Hokkaido) and Okinawa(endemic to Okinawa).
The player function plays sounds from your own list or by family.
You can use it to simply appreciate your favorite sounds, or to train your ear using blind mode.
Text size for menus and descriptions can be set to small or large as you wish. This app is bilingual in Japanese and English, allowing you to enjoy international communication through wild birds.
The photographs are by Takuya Kanouchi, and the sound recordings and text are by Hideo Ueda. Between them, they have taken a massive number of photographs and recorded many, many sounds over several decades. Now this wealth of information is in your hands, and with this treasured library you can go out into the field of wild birds.
Some of the contents of this app were originally published as a book (see left picture). This app includes a glossary and terminology for parts of a bird taken from the book.
When you use this app to play sounds outdoors, please use headphones or turn the volume down if using a speaker. Your consideration in not disturbing other birdwatchers is appreciated.
You can browse birds alphabetically with English name or family name. Search for birds with word is available by typical operation.
Japanese name could be convenience when you talk to Japanese bird watcher. ex. “Red-crowned Crane” is “Tan-cho” in Japanese name. It has also glossary and terminology in Japanese and English.
Use the lists feature to make own list with your interest, and lifelist. Sample lists included, The three great voices of Japan, Natural monument of Japan.
This app developed by Enwit Inc. with texts and sounds by Hideo Ueda, photos by Takuya Kanaouchi, translation by Susan Ishida.
Original books is published by Bunichi-Sogo Syuppan., Co. Ltd.
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Designed by birders for birders, the app is packed full of useful features and ways to read and be alerted to the very latest birdnews.
• Push notification alerts – set up and save individual ‘alert filters’ and get instant alerts when birds matching your criteria turn up
• Breaking birdnews sightings – instant access to all the latest birdnews with pre-defined easy to use reports, or search the sightings using your own criteria
• Sightings database – access to over 700,000 sightings from the last 10 years
• Species maps – see what birds have been seen where on an interactive map
• Species photo gallery – huge collection of photos from our users
• Submit a sighting – send us your sightings quickly and easily, GPS find-me feature makes it easy to report your sighting even if you don’t know the area.
Permanently free content includes
Bird reports - the very latest bird sightings from each county from across Britain and Ireland
Photo gallery - rare, scarce and common bird photos from Britain and Ireland
Detailed directions for specific sightings and push notification alerts can be trialled for 24 hours.
Theme your Android phone or tablet with this collection of 40+ restored images from plates I - XV of Audubon's Birds of America.
John James Audubon determined to paint every bird in North America. In the 1820's he began this goal by securing financial backing, and from 1827 to 1838 published the prints in sets of five.
This live wallpaper gallery contains images from plates I-XV representing the first three sets issued. The various image sets all begin with the original full Audubon plate.
In addition to the birds, Audubon often depicted North American flora and fauna, often representing a wide variety of regional reptiles in the plates.
You can browse the settings page that gives the full historical title of the plate, and often gives the name of the plants, reptiles and insects also present in the image.
The original plates were produced on an ivory paper, that in many cases has darkened significantly over time. With these restored images, you can apply a number of tints to theme your display with your favorite color scheme. The tinting effect works best with lighter tints, but a reverse tinting effect is present that works best with darker tints.
Plates I-XV include depictions of the following birds:
1. Wild Turkey
2. Yellow-billed Cuckoo
3. Prothonotary Warbler
4. Purple Finch
5. Bonaparte's Flycatcher
6. Wild Turkey
7. Purple Grakle or Common Crow Blackbird
8. White throated Sparrow
9. Selby's Flycatcher
10. Brown Titlark
11. Bird of Washington
12. Baltimore Oriole
13. Snow Bird
14. Prairie Warbler
15. Blue Yellow-backed Warbler
Additional features of the live wallpaper:
- Explore images as you change your Android screens left and right
- Manually change images with an up/down gesture
- Timer settings to change images automatically (every 30 minutes, every day, etc.)
- Individually adjust the display (brightness, contrast, saturation) of each image
- Enable/disable individual images for display
- Apply tints to individual or all images to further customize your display
- Apply reverse tint and screen effect individually or to all images
The application consists of a sorted list where the user can keep track of observations.
It also contains a small details page for each species where family and latin name is visible. The user may add date and own notes.
The user is able to export the list as a .csv format document easily edited in Excel or other editor.
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Start keeping a record of bird observations around you now with a free account.
Enter bird & wildlife* observations, photos**, habitat and more with customisable data entry. Bird Journal's growing library contains hundreds of checklists and taxonomies, with over 100,000 species and subspecies worldwide*.
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Enjoy looking back through your data with beautiful entry reports, species lists, graphs*, maps* & photos. Search instantly by date, species, location & more*.
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Export or print records and species lists for use anywhere**. eBird and BirdTrack systems are fully supported, so you can do your bit for science and conservation**.
Access and enter your records on any supported device or computer. Data is stored on each device, meaning you always have access even when on the move, in the field or abroad.
Never lose your data. Everything added to Bird Journal is safely and securely stored in Bird Journal's cloud. If you lose your device or your computer malfunctions, simply sign back in to your account to carry on from where you left off.
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** Requires the free desktop version of Bird Journal.
Bird Watcher’s Digest (BWD) has a proud history as the magazine for bird watchers who love to read and for readers who love to watch birds. Now your favorite content is more interactive, more portable, and “greener” than ever!
As a special promotion, for a limited time, you can download the BWD app FREE!
In each issue of Bird Watcher’s Digest, you’ll find:
- An in-depth profile of a North American bird species
- Tips on solving confusing identification challenges
- Candid and insightful columns from professional birders and naturalists
- Advice on attracting more birds to your backyard
- Travel accounts birding festival reports, and info about birding hotspots in North America and beyond
- Answers to readers’ bird-watching and backyard questions
- Bird behavior, feeding, nesting, optics, photography, and much more!
- Gorgeous reproduction of the magazine’s pages, including brilliant photographs and layouts just like the magazine you love!
- Digital-only features including bird video clips and sound recordings playable right in the app!
- Text-formatted articles optimized for mobile readability.
- Bookmark your favorite articles.
- Share comments and articles with fellow bird enthusiasts.
- Search an archive of recent issues. The app includes issues dating back to September/October 2011.
- Regular updates from the BWD “home nest,” via our in-app “Birder Feeder” RSS feed including selected blog posts, podcasts, travel articles, festival announcements, prize drawings, and exclusive offers.
- The BWD app is FREE for a limited time—download today!
This application is powered by GTxcel, a leader in digital publishing technology, provider of hundreds of online digital publications. Check the App Store for more apps from your favorite magazines!
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