This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
g-Bird is the mobile interface to www.g-bird.org, an online application used to record bird sightings and view them in 3-D.
* View a species list containing all ~10500 species of the world, filtered by country, region, continent or your current location.
* Mark the location of your sightings in-the-field for any species in any country.
* View the distribution ranges of 6,500 species overlaid on a map.
* View any sighting (or entire Trip List) on a map.
* View thumbnail photos for 7,000 species
* Sighting that falls outside a given specie’s recognized distribution range is flagged in red.
* 9 Language options (English, Latin, French, German, Spanish, Dutch, Afrikaans, Italian, Portuguese)
* Upload sightings to www.g-bird.org to view in 3-D online.
* Email sightings in .CSV format.
* Export sightings to a spreadsheet from www.g-bird.org
* View sightings & species totals.
Record your sightings’ location
g-Bird Mobile records any species in any country in a matter of seconds, noting the:
* Location (GPS co-ordinates)
* Flock size.
Sightings that are detected to lie outside the normal distribution range of a species is displayed in red in the sighting list, and is marked with a red marker when viewed on a map.
View on a map
* Any sighting can be viewed on a map on your phone.
* The species’ distribution range is overlaid on the map.
* View individual sightings on the map or a complete trip list at once.
Screenshots can be viewed at www.g-bird.org/screenshots
Has great potential and I look forward to future upgrades e.g. Auto updating of a Life List, the availability of a photo icon if you have photographed the bird (the only sure way to verify sightings) and perhaps an auto "photographed" list...
Awesome app :D
- Category: Reference
- Released: 18 April 2012
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 84.6 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: Kevin Ravno
- © 2012 Natural World Foundation
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.