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Audubon Guides Box Set - Birds, Tree, Wildflowers & Mammals

By Green Mountain Digital

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Description

The best field guide for the season!

NEWLY UPDATED! Please Note: Update supported by iOS 7.0 and higher
Nothing beats Audubon mobile field guides! With 1 million downloads, they are the most trusted authoritative field guide collection in North America. Highest quality at an affordable price.

We are proud that 8% of every sale goes directly to Audubon to support its mission to conserve and protect nature's at-risk birds and wildlife.

Download this award winning four-in-one field guide app to discover all the flora and fauna in your backyard.

Best App Ever Bronze Winner: Best Reference App.

Now with NatureShare, a new community where users are able observe, identify, and share their observations and photos with the NatureShare community.  New species, improved images, a gallery view for easy search and comparison.

This extensive guide includes subjects for:

Audubon Birds – A Field Guide to North American Birds
Featuring 821 species of North American Birds, this comprehensive guide includes the most current and complete information available on species’ identification, behavior, habitat, range, diet, nesting, mating, migration, endangered status and more. Includes an amazing library of bird songs and calls and "Find Birds with eBird," giving you real time sighting information.

Audubon Mammals – A Field Guide to the North American Mammals
Featuring 273 species of Mammals in the United States in Canada, this comprehensive guide includes drawings of tracks, high quality photos, information on range, habitat, diet, and much more.

Audubon Trees – A Field Guide To North American Trees
Featuring 728 species of trees in the US and Canada, this comprehensive guide provides invaluable species information, over 2,000 beautiful photos, complete descriptions of leaves, fruit, habitat, range, and more.

Audubon Wildflowers – A Field Guide to North American Wildflowers
Featuring 1,918 species of flowers in the US and Canada, this comprehensive guide provides invaluable species information, beautiful photos, range information, complete flower, petal, and fruit descriptions, and much more.

Features

■ Incorporates eBird technology to locate birds in real time with quick access to recent sightings, locations of notable and rare birds, and maps with directions to all the birding hotspots across North America.
■ Thousands of professional color photographs for easy identification of species; most species include variation of age, plumage, season, etc.
■ In-depth descriptions of every species with authoritative information on appearance, habitat, behavior, and much more
■ ‘NatureShare’ feature allows you to track and annotate your personal sightings by location, and share with friends by email or Facebook without ever leaving the app.
■ Access photos, calls and range maps without WiFi
■ Quick search by common name (First, Last or Scientific)
■ State-of-the-Art Search functions
■ Ability to search by family in taxonomic order.
■ Ability to enlarge each image to see incredible detail
■ Range maps with (including Wintering Maps for birds)

About Audubon Guides:
Audubon Guides are a comprehensive suite of digital field apps created in alliance with National Audubon Society (NAS). For more information, please see: http://natureshare.com/home.html#apps.

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What's New in Version 2.3

• Please Note: Update supported by iOS 7.0 and higher
• Fixed 'Posting Failed' Error
• Improved Stability
• Bug Fixes

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Customer Reviews

App is getting worse with each version.

Green Mountain Digital has fixed all the past problems with this app and I couldn't be happier with it! This app was the "killer app" that convinced me to buy an iphone & I can easily say it is again fulfilling that role.

I really like how the lists are handled, adding sightings to a life list is now very easy. This app makes it really easy to identify new species and keep track of what you have seen. It's indispensable for the casual to moderately-serious birder or naturalist!

Two minor quibbles: taking a photo to use in a sighting without cell service leads to the photo disappearing entirely. The workaround is to save the photo to your camera roll first & add the sighting later. Second quibble is that I wish that the number of items in a list was written somewhere while reviewing the list (I like to keep track of my life list for birds). Right now to only way to find the number of items in a list is to start a new sighting and bring up the List dialog, see how many are on the list, and then cancel the sighting addition.

From So So to Worse!

I was probably one of the first to purchase this app many years ago. Unfortunately, I have to agree with all of the negative things posted on the other reviews...including attempts to download and install the latest update. Since it's release, after ten or so attempts, it says it is "waiting". Really, it is doing nothing, regardless of what I do. I've stopped short of attempting to uninstall and reinstall because I'm not sure if I will lose all of my sightings. I don't think I will but need to research it. When it was working, it was difficult and slow to use....simply because of it's shear size, I believe. Since it combines all of the same apps that are also offered individually, I would recommend just buying them separately. Far less frustration and they will work much better for you.

Won't search based on your location

I'm a retired biologist and was quite disappointed in the app. If you already know what you're looking at the apps will give you information but if you don't know, good luck identifying an unknown species. e-bird, a sub-app under birds, does consider your location, but only works if you are logged in with wifi which, of course, you aren't when you're in the field. You can't even set a region and have it stick for more than one search. The app asks for permission to let the developer know where you are but then won't let you use current location to find out what is there.

The pictures are nice but not particularly useful in differentiating between closely related or similar species.

Audubon Guides Box Set - Birds, Tree, Wildflowers &  Mammals
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • $14.99
  • Category: Reference
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.3
  • Size: 1.48 GB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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