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Ornithopedia Europe offers a searchable list of all 1144 birds in the Western Palearctic (greater European area) in 17 languages.
The App comes with over 3200 pictures, 29.000 streaming sound files and 800 streaming Youtube videos and much more. You can also include your own content (pictures or sounds) seamlessly. Additional features include a search by visual characteristics of a bird and an Ornitho-Trainer, for training to recognize bird features of common birds. Currently in testing is also a feature for making lists.
The Western Palearctic is one of the eight ecozones (a region that shares similar plant and wildlife) of the world. It centers and includes all of Europe with nearby parts of western Asia and northern parts of Africa.
You also have the possibility to get more content by downloading free modules. The modules currently available are:
- High quality version of all 3200 pictures (+ 161 MB-440 MB, depending on the module chosen)
- 4 Different Sound modules, with between 600 and 3000 Sound files (+ 130 MB-1.1 GB, depending on the module chosen)
- Offline Wikipedia article for all birds (+ 3-50 MB each, depending on the language selected)
This field guide / hobby ornithology / educational birding App was published in August of 2013.
Everything is for free and all resources used are creative commons or equally free licensed and attributed as well as possible.
Streaming content obviously needs an internet connection to work, if you don't want those features you can disable them.
Feedback of any kind is welcome. Wishes of features to be added or annoying quirks you want fixed, just drop me a mail and I see if there is something that can be done.
Cheers and have fun with the App.
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[Not a native English speaker?]
The app has some elements of the graphical user interface and all of the bird names translated according to the IOC World bird list 4.1 into 19 languages. But there is still some to be done.
If you are a native speaker of one of those that miss some translation (for buttons, text etc.) and want to contribute, give comments or improve the grammar feel free to contact me per mail. Cheers!
A big thanks to the translators:
- French translated by Sandra Velitchko.
- Russian translated by Leonid Velitchko
- German / English translated by Benjamin
- Spanish translated by Jesus Alvarez
- Dutch translated by Helen
- Italian by Paolo Px4
Ornidroid provides :
a search engine on bird names in many European languages and also in Japanese and Chinese. A search on scientific names is also available.
a multi criteria search : you can browse birds by feather colour, category, size, etc...
for each species, there are multimedia resources (zoomable pictures, sound records), a short description (only in French) and the list of the names in different languages.
You can download pictures and sounds while you use the application. If you want to use Ornidroid when you are offline, you can install the full packages of sounds and pictures on your device (around 200 Mb are needed).
Please go to https://github.com/giletvin/ornidroid/wiki for more information.
User's guide : https://github.com/giletvin/ornidroid/wiki/Help
How-to install the full packages of sounds and pictures : https://github.com/giletvin/ornidroid/wiki/Installation-en
Keywords : Nature, Birds, ornithology, birdwatching, oiseaux, ornithologie
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Works best on Android 4.0 devices and above. Runs on Phone and Tablet Devices.
Select any region in the world, and The BBI World Bird Guide will present you with a list of the most popular species observed within the selected region (defaulting to a 50km radius, auto-expanding outwards until a species is found).
Learn about each species, with the latest, most up-to-date resources automatically located & displayed, including:
• Detailed Articles
• Birdwatching Videos
• Stunning HD Images (With Set Wallpaper Option)
• Option to Explore Additional Resources
Presented in an intuitive, friendly format.
The months in which each species has been observed in the selected region is displayed in a miniature graph at the base of each thumbnail (with the current month coloured in green). From this, it can be instantly determined if a species is an all-year resident, or just a summer/winter visitor.
The BBI World Bird Guide is backed by a comprehensive citizen-science database spanning several decades, featuring over 150 million observations of almost 10,000 bird species (last updated 2013 - please see http://www.ebird.org for more information).
The Bird Brook Institute (BBI) is an organization dedicated to promoting free, collaborative bird knowledge.
• Website: http://www.birdbrook.org
• Twitter: @BirdBrookOrg
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It's pretty special and pretty cool, Try it, tell your friends, tell other nature lovers, tell all people, shout for importance of these birds and shout to protect the nature to protect them. It's Educational, Enjoyable !!!!
Приложението е създадено от Българско дружество за защита на птиците (БДЗП) с цел да улесни природолюбителите при техните срещи с дивите птици.
Посетете сайта на БДЗП www.bspb.org.
Приложението е разработено от Пулс Дизайн.
SmartBirds is an identification guide to 269 breeding bird species in Bulgaria and an electronic diary for birdwatchers.