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    Bird Watching App

    Corny, and true. As much as I love to soak up a little nature, having a nifty bird data/ID/tracking/something program would be GREAT! I have already found out a way to hunt the birds by using the Tricorder App. It works like a champ!
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    I agree, I really miss my Audubon society app on my iTouch. Something like that would be cool.
    Ricky
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    This really is a hole in the driod app kingdom. How bout a decent birding app like ibird???
    There's cash to be made here, come on folks!
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    Ibird says it is writing an Android version, due out anytime.
    --Robert

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    Consider blueBill Mobile (blueBill Mobile - Home). More than 2,000 supported species from North America and Europe, access to 18,000 call recordings, GPS-assisted tracking, sharing in KML, multi-lingual.
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    Introducing new Audubon Apps & Updates for Android Market

    Audubon Mammals includes 283 species, 40 mammals sounds, stunning color photographs & range maps for most species.

    Audubon Butterflies includes 653 species, thousands of color photographs & a detailed reference section which includes natural history.

    Audubon Birds now updated with a total of 755 species, 128 wintering range maps, & new search characteristics:
    -Wing Shape
    -Song & Call Type
    -Song & Call Pattern
    -Locomotion
    -Likelihood by State or Province & Month
    -Scientific Name Search

    Coming soon Wildflowers & Trees!

    -Justine Community Manager @ GMD
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    I personally enjoy angry birds for my bird throwing needs. Lmao j/k

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    Quote Originally Posted by jriegel View Post
    Audubon Mammals includes 283 species, 40 mammals sounds, stunning color photographs & range maps for most species.

    Audubon Butterflies includes 653 species, thousands of color photographs & a detailed reference section which includes natural history.

    Audubon Birds now updated with a total of 755 species, 128 wintering range maps, & new search characteristics:
    -Wing Shape
    -Song & Call Type
    -Song & Call Pattern
    -Locomotion
    -Likelihood by State or Province & Month
    -Scientific Name Search

    Coming soon Wildflowers & Trees!

    -Justine Community Manager @ GMD
    That is awesome! I'll have to grab a couple.
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    iBird Pro was released a few weeks ago and it is awesome (there is a free version with just a few birds, and a "yard" version with a couple of hundred if you want to test out before spending $20 on the pro version).

    Audubon Birds is good, but it takes forever to launch (over a minute on my Incredible) so by the time you get the app open, the bird has flown away. I prefer the id tools better in iBird as well though.

    Bluebill looks interesting for tracking and access to additional song data, although no pictures for ID. I just learned of it in this thread, so haven't tested yet.

    Alan

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