Daily Bird is a photo-a-day calendar that features stunning bird photography along with interesting facts and finding tips for that bird. You can also use the app as a clock and have it on display with its gorgeous photography that changes each day.
Check in every day to learn fascinating facts about a new bird species, enjoy great photography, and quiz yourself on the daily bird.
Share with friends to see if they can also identify the bird of the day.
Set this up on your desk to keep grounded during a rough day stuck in the office when you would rather be outside.
Start off your day by learning something new and enjoying beautiful bird photography.
Daily Bird features some of the best photography from the BirdsEye contributors. Learn more about contributing at http://www.birdsinthehand.com/photos/
Various optimizations and improvements.
Reminders to check if you can ID the day's bird.
Optimized photo download to eliminate loading screens.
Ratings and Reviews
I look forward to this every morning, or if I forget for a few days it's like Christmas when I remember (this is probably more of a sad review of my life, but let's pretend not). Great mix of North American and international birds. I would love to see a few more photos of tricky females and juveniles thrown in! I always challenge myself (and then my girlfriend) to ID the bird before clicking to see the description (whoever writes those is doing amazing work). Even if I have never seen or heard of the bird, it is fun to see if I can get close on taxonomy and learn something new.
Love the Daily Bird!!!
Just downloaded this app today and I love it! As an avid birder, I enjoy anything that gives me more information about birds. What a fantastic way to start each day! The photos are stunning - if I could give this app more than five stars I would. It's easy to use and is like a breath of fresh air when I have to spent time inside. Can't say enough good. Thanks so much!
P.S. For those of you who want to use the photos as wallpaper on your phone, just email them to yourself and save them - then select them as your wallpaper!
Daily Bird, Daily Peace
Love this simple app. I open it daily to enjoy one species & to learn a few new details about a feathered beaut. I think I’ve had the app for maybe 5 years and it has yet to disappoint. It did screw up Anna’s Hummingbird once, and showed a Northern Waterthrush while describing the Louisiana Waterthrush, but over so many years that’s no biggie.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.