iBird Lite Guide to Birds
By Mitch Waite Group
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
iBird Lite Free Guide to Birds is a free 50 species demo of our advanced iBird Plus, Pro and iBird Ultimate apps which have the full 944 species found in North America. Completely up to date with the 2016 AOU and ABA checklist, iBird Lite contains all the features of the full paid apps, but not all the species. It will help you learn what a fascinating hobby birding can be.
iBird also takes a major leap forward with “Time of Day” filtering available in version 10.03. You can now search for birds by activity levels during day or night (Cathemeral), dawn and dusk (Crepuscular), during the day (Diurnal) or during the night (Nocturnal).
More Details of What’s New: bit.ly/ibird-whatsnew
Whether you are an experienced birder or a beginner at birding, iBird contains species of both native and rare North American and Hawaiian birds, is completely up to date with the 2016 and 2017 AOU and ABA checklists, and is the only app to offer both illustrations and photographs.
With iBird’s avian matching system you can search for birds by color, location, shape, habitat or any one of our 35 identification field marks to find your bird. iBird's comprehensive species pages have hundreds of built-in bird songs, professional high resolution bird photographs, hand drawn composite illustrations and range maps showing migration details.
** NOTE If you are already a serious birder please check out our iBird Ultimate app which is the fully paid version of this demo. **
iBird Lite Version 10.04 now contains these exciting features:
■ Birds Around Me (BAM) narrows the species being searched to just those found at your GPS location, within a radius and season you specify.
■ Percevia™ intelligent search is a patented algorithm that guarantees you will not pick a search attribute that doesn’t lead to narrowing the matched list of birds.
■ iBird now takes advantage of the high-resolution retina displays of the iPhone and iPad so the screen shows more information than ever.
■ Splits-History. See what birds were renamed, split into different species or lumped together for every year.
■ iBird’s icon-driven visual search engine, enables you to identify birds using shape, color, location, habitat, head pattern, flight pattern, bill shape, length and more.
■ Voluminous identification and hard-to-find details such as diet, nest information, egg color, sex of incubator, vocalization definitions, and more.
■ The only birding app that includes both Illustrations and Photos.
■ The powerful search engine means no longer scrolling through dozens of the wrong choices. iBird matches just those birds near you that fit your description.
■ Many hours of highest quality bird sound recordings.
■ Sort birds by first, last and family name and view birds by text, icon, thumbnail or gallery.
■ Search by common name, Latin name and even band code.
■ Comprehensive seasonal and migratory range maps include subspecies.
■ Only app with a field mark layer which displays key ID marks for male, female, juvenile.
■ Post, keep lists, and share sightings with friends and followers with an easy and user-friendly Notes and Favorites interface.
■ iBird’s database is completely self-contained; no internet connection is required like many other birding apps.
■ All new range maps now include Summer, Winter, Spring and Fall ranges plus Year-round and Migration ranges.
■ The Conservation Status search attribute lets you filter birds by 6 threat levels including Least Concern, Near Threatened, Vulnerable, Endangered, Critically Endangered and Extinct in the Wild. The standard is maintained by Birdlife International and is called the IUCN Red List.
■ All screens optimized for tablets - illustrations, photos and range maps fill the screen.
■ Species, common and family names in English, French and Spanish (text is English).
We invite all users to share their comments and ideas on our forum at www.whatbird.com/forum/
What's New in Version 10.04
Fixed a crash being experienced by some users.
Time of Day Search. The new Time of Day search feature lets you filter birds by activity intervals during day or night (Cathemeral), dawn and dusk (Crepuscular), during the day (Diurnal) or during the night (Nocturnal). Time of Day Notes which provide additional information about a species behavior are found on each species from a new Time of Day menu. The Time of Day feature is particularly useful for birders who are interested in night birding and is available as an inexpensive in-app update for 99 cents. Please note that we are in the process of updating the paragraphs for each species so this first release will not be complete.
Dropbox Migration is back. As you may know before we implemented iCloud for syncing Favorites, Notes and Photos, we used Dropbox. We made the shift because Dropbox removed an essential feature we used for the backup and sync feature to work. We thought enough time had gone by that most of our customers had migrated to iCloud, but we discovered that was not the case. So, we have implemented the Dropbox migration again feature so that customers who are still using it can let iBird move their Notes and Favorites to iCloud. You will still need to reassign your photos once they have been moved to your iCloud folder.
New Sounds. New sounds were just added for 8 owl species: the Elf Owl, Flammulated Owl, Great Gray Owl, Great Horned Owl, Northern Hawk Owl, Spotted Owl, Western Screech-Owl, and Whiskered Screech-Owl. Check out the female call of a Northern Hawk Owl in flight and female alarm calls from a Spotted Owl. We are committed to adding to our extensive sound library and routinely check for new sounds that we can include. Our Western Screech-Owl is a prime example of this. While we had the song, trill and alarm calls for this species we were able to add female and begging whinny calls as well as a different type of alarm call.
New Species: We are constantly updating the illustrations for our species. Here are the ones we have updated for this new version 10.03 of iBird. Black-faced Grassquit, Botteri's Sparrow, Cinnamon Hummingbird, Costa's Hummingbird, King Rail, Kirtland's Warbler, Limpkin, Louisiana Waterthrush.
Birds Look Listen Search
Found this App. Was very interesting to look , see, and hear the different spices that are in it . Easy to navigate.
- Category: Reference
- Updated: Aug 08, 2017
- Version: 10.04
- Size: 224 MB
- Languages: English, Arabic, Italian, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: Mitch Waite Group
- © Mitch Waite Group
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.