Winner of Spring 2012 Parents' Choice Award
**5/10/12 - Some users are experiencing issues with not hearing sound. Issue comes from the Silent Mode Button turned to off. There is a toggle button on the side of your iPad that silences the ringer and other tones if your phone has been accidentally switched to silent mode. Updated FAQ on support page with with additional solutions.**
Score points, discover cool bird facts, and have tons of fun in Ranger Rick’s adventure-packed app. Use Rick’s special digital camera to photograph some truly awesome birds as you travel to wild places throughout the United States. Visit a Cypress Swamp, an Arizona desert, the Hawaiian Islands, and other fun locales. At each stop, you’ll meet three different birds to photograph. If you frame all three just right, your photos will appear in Ranger Rick’s bird gallery.
But look out! These birdies are quick, and you’ll need fast fingers and sharp eyes to catch them before they fly away. Keep clicking and soon you’ll be a pro at this intriguing game, which also teaches kids about wildlife and fosters a love of nature and exploration.
Ranger Rick products are published by National Wildlife Federation.
Our mission is to inspire Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future. Your purchase helps make a difference for wildlife.
In Click the Birdie, you will:
o Learn about different North American habitats and the birds that live there
o Answer trivia questions about birds to earn bonus points!
Earn even more points by getting quality shots of these animals:
o Golden Birdie: Snap a good photo of this rarely seen creature and earn 100 bonus points!
o Lost Birds: If you spy a bird that is lost in the wrong habitat, click it and earn 50 points.
o Blinkers: A shot of a blinking animal earns you 25 points.
o Beware: Take a bad photo of Golden Birdie, and Dodo Birdie will chomp 50 points off your score!
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Ratings and Reviews
Great game and sound issue.
My son lives the app but he brought it to me saying the sound didn't work. After messing around I got smart and read the FAQs; it turned out all that happened was he had toggled off the sound switch on the side of the iPad. Easy fix and the support site is excellent.
Click the birdie
Whoa! Who knew there are so many neat birds all over the US. It is really fun trying to get good photos of these birds while they fly by. I like that I could start out easy because it gets really hard. It is really funny when that golden bird fools me. I like the Hawaii and the swamp birds the most. I like this because I have fun and I learn things too.
I purchased this app for my iPad and it has no sound. The website troubleshooting was very little help as none of its suggestions were helpful, nor did they fix the problem. My child would love to play this more, but with no sound, it's not that much fun.
- National Wildlife Federation
- 43.8 MB
- Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPad.
- English, German, Northern Sami, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2011 National Wildlife Federation
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.