Image courtesy of Apple iTunes and iBird
Compatibility: Apple iOS, Google Android, Microsoft Windows
Cost: versions range from free to $15
Scientific American says: “iBird is fantastic for birders, with a detailed database on each species. Spring for one of the more expensive versions.”
Description: iBird, developed by the Mitch Waite Group, comes in a variety of versions on a number of different mobile platforms—all provide an interactive guide to bird species. The number of species available and the territory depend on whether you invest in the Lite or Pro versions.
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