Universal iOS App for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad
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iBird Ultimate Guide to Birds
  • Ratings: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ()
  • Last updated: May 5, 2016
  • Version: 9.21
  • Species Count: 940
  • Database Size: 939 MB

iBird Ultimate Guide to Birds 9 now includes the new features of iOS 9 including 3D Force Touch for opening iBird with shortcuts and Deep Linking to search for any bird right from the iPhone's Spotlight screen. Also included are a new Save Search feature you asked for and 65 updated species accounts. This release includes unique field marks, that will give you the extra edge you need when identifying a particularly tricky species. iBird Ultimate includes a new search tool which takes full advantage of the S.A.V.E. algorithm, narrowing down results with you as you search. The results are faster and always precise. Each of the 940 species is presented with comprehensive identification, behavior, habitat and ecology information, hand-drawn illustrations, professional photographs, range maps, and playable calls in an absolutely stunning interface. iBird Ultimate has officially raised the bar for reference and field guide technology.

▶ NEW RELEASE - iBird Ultimate ▶ 940 birds of North America, Canada and Hawaii including latest ABA splits. ▶ Birds Around Me (BAM) limits bird searches to birds near your GPS location. ▶ Patented "Smart Attribute and Value Elimination" search algorithm (SAVE). ▶ Detailed field mark overlay for illustrations. ▶ Thousands of new audio clips, 52 new illustrations. Standard Features: ■ Parameter driven search engine lets you identify birds quickly, so you spend more time observing and less time reading. ■ Search by Shape, Size, Habitat, Color, Family, Song, Length, Weight, Flight Pattern, Wingspan, and much more. ■ Taxonomic and Alphabetical Family sort options. ■ Hand-drawn full sized color illustrations, with perching and flight views. ■ Multiple professional photographs for each species showing sexes and seasons. ■ Extensive identification, behavior, and habitat information. ■ Full color range maps. ■ Bookmark birds as Favorites for fast access. As a standalone iPhone app, iBird does not require an Internet connection for access to the information in its database.
▶ NEW RELEASE - iBird Ultimate ▶ 940 birds of North America, Canada and Hawaii including latest ABA splits. ▶ Birds Around Me (BAM) limits bird searches to birds near your GPS location. ▶ Patented "Smart Attribute and Value Elimination" search algorithm (SAVE). ▶ Detailed field mark overlay for illustrations. ▶ Thousands of new audio clips, 52 new illustrations. Standard Features: ■ Parameter driven search engine lets you identify birds quickly, so you spend more time observing and less time reading. ■ Search by Shape, Size, Habitat, Color, Family, Song, Length, Weight, Flight Pattern, Wingspan, and much more. ■ Taxonomic and Alphabetical Family sort options. ■ Hand-drawn full sized color illustrations, with perching and flight views. ■ Multiple professional photographs for each species showing sexes and seasons. ■ Extensive identification, behavior, and habitat information. ■ Full color range maps. ■ Bookmark birds as Favorites for fast access. As a standalone iPhone app, iBird does not require an Internet connection for access to the information in its database.
iBird Ultimate isn't just a great bird field guide -- it's the great bird field guide.
  • Limit searches to your GPS location.
  • Patented Search Algorithm helps you never miss an ID.
  • The only field guide with both illustrations and photos.
  • Overlay illustrations with important field marks.

As a standalone app, iBird does not require an Internet connection for access to the rich media information in its database. This does mean that the application is large, so please be patient when downloading.

You can also keep up to date with fellow iBird users by following @iBirdExplorer on Twitter and by joining the iBird fan page on Facebook.

If you use iBird in the field, please do so responsibly. We recommend the American Birding Association's Code of Ethics (http://www.aba.org/about/ethics.html), particularly section 1(b), for guidance.