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10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Karen Glatz on 23/02/2014
Small,but more birds in yd.are in the app and I was way off on 1s that we dont did that make sense?
by David Bangston on 23/02/2014
One hawk listed...Where's the Coopers hawk or the sharp - shinned hawk. The list goes on of what's missing.
by Jane Miller on 02/02/2014
Found this app for my tablet and phone. Pictures are a bit fuzzy on the 7" screen and much clearer in detail on the phone. I love the categories by state. The detailed descriptions of each bird are great. Spring and summer in MN will prove who useful
by Justinand Christina Wallace on 04/01/2014
This is a great app for trying to figure out what bird is making what sounds in my yard. The kids and I use this often.
by Christina Wallace on 04/01/2014
by James Woods on 23/09/2013
The photos are fuzzy around the edges. The information is very good. Just need to update photos to HD.
by Janet Carey on 21/08/2013
Would give it 5 stars if it were to be updated, more birds and a lot more bird songs. There are some birds that there is no song for which there should be. Please update
by Paul Trimiar on 17/08/2013
In the first five minutes I have found an error. As a truck driver I get to see many birds across the USA, but in the listing there was one missing and there could be more. The Rough-legged Hawk.
by Yanett Flores on 11/07/2013
I'm downloading this in hopes that they include an "identify" feature where you add in a few characteristics of a bird and it gives back possible bird pics... Please devs, thanks
by Jessica Whittington Smith on 23/06/2013
Good info and pictures but I would like to have more sound files to listen to. A lot of the time, when I want to identify a bird, it is because I heard an interesting call.
by Kari Danna on 13/06/2013
It took me a min to figure out, but this is oh so fun!
by Pat Daugherty on 31/05/2013
Great app. Very handy.
by Andrew Rinderknecht on 29/05/2013
The per state lists are missing some common birds. The Minnesota list doesn't list barn swallows, brown thrashers and wild turkeys, but these birds are very common. The overall list is also missing a lot of common birds, such as cowbirds, catbirds, pigeon
by Ryan Hill on 27/05/2013
It is nice as a quick reference but I noticed the list of birds for Wisconsin doesn't include popular Wisconsin birds like the Sandhill Crane. Would also be nice to have an "identify" option where you enter a few characteristics of a bird you see and it g
by Sean Oldfather on 18/05/2013
Here's an idea. How about a Shazam style bird app. Go out in the yard and record that bird that I can't see but can hear and let the app tell me what kind it is. I'm looking, but I don't see that anyone has this yet.