Clear and easy to use - For curious birdwatchers, the Bird App is! the ideal companion. A feature to gather your own observations, comments, photos, and sightings should be fun and inspiring to look for new species of birds in nature.
A detailed description and tutorial can be found in the YouTube channel AmazingNature by Michael Leidel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1R7qiIMjgk
In a few steps even inexperienced users can determine the observed bird:
• Clear feature filters for habitat, size, feather color and shape limit the amount of possible bird species.
• For most species, the bird voice is playable.
• Similar bird species can be directly compared with one another via a function.
The individual bird species are described in detail, while all photos and texts are integrated into the app and can also be used offline (ideal for holidays without Internet access).
Detailed descriptions are available for:
• photos (including aerial photos, males, females, winter dress, splendor dress)
• Special marks
• Useful information
Own bird observations can be recorded and displayed as a list or in a map:
• Capture comments, date / time, location
• Take and assign your own photos
• View your observations as a list and on a map
Contents of the bird app !:
• 235 common European bird species
• 206 photos
• 150 bird sounds
• Also usable offline
• All recorded observations remain private on the device
The bird app! I developed in a private hobby project. Many photos and the bird sounds were provided to me by friends, nature photographers and bird song collectors.
I especially want to thank you
• Andreas Trepte, http://www.photo-natur.de/ for the great bird shots, which I was allowed to use
• Sören Rust from Nabu for the active cooperation and sending the most beautiful photos
• Stefan Wehr, http://www.vogelstimmen-wehr.de/ for the many beautiful bird sounds, which I was allowed to integrate into the app
• Wolfram Riech, http://www.wolframs-naturfotos.de/ for the equally fantastic nature photos
• Hans-Wilhelm Grömping, http://www.naturschule.de/, for the equally wonderful photos
• Our friends and relatives who are now walking the camera through nature looking for bird species for the app.
• Michael Leidel for the great video about my bird app!
I wish you a lot of fun with the bird app!