Birding Trail brings to life the Great Washington State Birding Trail developed by the National Audubon Society.
Explore the rich variety of habitat and birds in Washington State, from saltwater to sagebrush.
Find a birding area near you.
Over 500 species of birds can be found in Washington State. With seven driving loops and 376 birding hotspots selected by local experts, Birding Trail is the only app that helps you find them all, from puffins to poorwills.
• Use GPS to find birding "stops near me."
• Plan your next trip by searching for stops near a city or ZIP code.
• Search all stops for a "target bird," and find the nearest location.
• Get turn by turn directions and find nearby amenities.
• Access an online bird guide for quick reference in the field.
• Track and log your sightings and share custom sighting maps with your friends.
• Backup/Restore lists of sightings, favorite stops, and visited stops via Google Drive.
Just download Birding Trail, grab your binoculars and car keys, and go!
This free version includes the first 6 stops at each loop (42 stops total) with the option to purchase one or more complete loops within the app for as little as $1.99.
Thanks for using Birding Trail! This version is compatible with the latest devices and iOS version, adds a new listing feature, and it fixes several bugs. Keep track of not only your favorite stops but those visited; in addition, keep a list of your bird sightings. Backup or Restore these favorites via your Google Drive account. This version updates WA species occurrence, taxonomy, and stop content.
Ratings and Reviews
Too little free content
This app seemingly exists only for in-app purchases. Little quality content that cannot be found elsewhere. Listing ability is useless for the tech-savvy birder. This was a download and immediate delete for me.
I saw more birds in four days in Washington state than I did in six months in Washington, DC
This app is great. When I first started planning my four-day birding trip to Washington I was at a loss as to where to go. While the nearly 400 stops listed in this app can be overwhelming, the seasonal suggestions and species lists really helped me narrow it down. Over the course of four days I stopped at close to a dozen different stops that I found through the app. The app gives information on driving directions, the best trails/routes, the best time of year to visit, and what you can expect to see, all of which I found to be extremely helpful. I also loved the find stops near me option -- this was useful when I wanted to find another stop near somewhere I had just been birding, but also helped me find places like Rainbow Falls State Park when I just had to get off the highway and get in a little more birding before dark.
At the end of my four days I had seen 107 different bird species, 33 of which were life birds for this relatively novice birder. That's more than I saw in the first half of 2013 in my home "state" of Washington, DC, where I bird at least a few times a week and nearly every day of spring migration. Overall, if you live in or will be traveling to Washington I highly recomend this app.
Birding Trail Washington
Fantastic app. I love having all seven WA Birding Loop maps always at hand. Wherever I am, I can select "Stops Near Me" and find nearby places to bird. I just listened to a BirdNote story on Point No Point, and in seconds had a map, directions, description and bird list at my fingertips. I highly recommend Birding Trail for anyone looking for places to watch birds in WA, or just interested in discovering new places to enjoy nature. Next to my smartphone field guide, this is my favorite bird app.
- Aves Amigos, LLC
- 42.1 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2012-2018 Aves Amigos, LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Bonus Pack: All Loops, WA $9.99
- Puget Loop, WA $1.99
- Cascade Loop, WA $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.