Audubon Birds

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    Audubon Birds now available for Android. Identify over 750 birds with thousands of photographs and birdcalls. You can also search by name, family, shape & more. Use our app to track your sightings and add species to your life list. Created by Green Mountain Digital in Alliance with the National Audubon Society. For more information about this application visit: www.audubonguides.com/

    Let us know what you think!

    Justine Community Manager @ GMD
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    All I see is "Coming soon for Android!"

    All of the current apps are Apple.

    When it hits the street, it might be a nice to have.


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    We are currently updating our website and may not have updated recently. Audubon Birds is currently available now by searching for Audubon Birds in the Android Market. We are working to get our other apps there soon. Sorry for the confusion!
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    I found it on the market weeks ago. Bought first day available. I actually prefer iBird backyard for Android, but so far out only has 237 common birds, so Audobon fills the large gap until the pro version of iBird is ported to android.
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    Thanks for the help. I found it, but $20 is out of the "nice to have" apps. We have the software books already.

    Again thanks.


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    The Audubon Guide Series is created in alliance with the National Audubon Society. Our Audubon bird app (with over 760 species) contains thousands of professional photographs, range maps, and bird songs and calls. The app contains newly updated information, including detailed species descriptions. The reference material is extensive: Bird families, Plumage and Molt, Parts of a bird, Classification, Conservation, Endangered and threatened birds of North America, How to Bird, How to identify birds, Bird Habitats, a Natural history of birds, and a Glossary. With this mobile app, you do not need an internet connection when in the field. The species information is downloaded to your mobile device, so you have access to it at any time, for perusing before you go out birding, or during your nature hike. This app contains the entire content, and more, of two printed field guides (Eastern and Western birds) which retail for about $20 each.

    The app also lets you connect to our AudubonGuides.com website, where you can join our community to manage your Sightings and Life Lists, as well as save your photos to an album. Our online bloggers are expert naturalists who provide daily updates on wildlife activities throughout North America. We offer a wealth of information designed to appeal to a wide audience - anyone interested in understanding and identifying the hundreds of species of birds in North America. We have the most comprehensive bird app available on the Android Market. For more information about joining our community and future apps coming the Android Market, go to www.AudubonGuides.com

    Green Mountain Digital is the mobile apps market leader in nature and wildlife. We design and publish authoritative and comprehensive mobile applications that work to engage users with the natural world around them. Green Mountain Digital was founded in 2009 in Woodstock, VT with the purpose of combining and transforming information about nature, the adventure of education, and the power of digital technology, into an enlightening and thoroughly enjoyable experience.

    -Justine Community Manager @ GMD
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