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Identify birds of Australia by their Songs and Calls with this stunning guide!
Record a bird singing and use Automatic Recognition to help identify it. Includes high quality images and audio. No internet connection is needed!
With Bird Song Id, identification can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Test your knowledge with our Bird Song Quiz, see if you can become the highest scorer!
Bird Song Id has been created by professional published ecologists, and uses propriety image and audio libraries. Bird Song Id can also be used to keep a log of your own bird recordings.
This app includes 110 bird species and over 200 songs and calls. All the most common garden birds are included.
Bird Song Id is a great tool to help you quickly and easily identify birds of Australia by their Songs and Calls. It’s great fun to use, too.
SUNBIRD IMAGES field guides are the only products on the market that use the KUSAM species identification methodology. This state of the art method is a modern taxonomic keying system designed specifically for use on mobile devices.
The app does not need an internet connection, all content is downloaded when the app is purchased.
- updated for iOS 11 now
- new icon!
- improved automatic recognition
Works well with all your devices, iphones and ipads alike!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
A really useful app
I have just developed an interest in learning about the many birds that inhabit the bush near our home. I am now on the way to recognizing their calls and songs. It helps you appreciate and enjoy them more
will be good when it has more smaller birds
This app looks like it's got potential, but I was a bit dissapointed that the birds all relevant to my region are ones I can already fairly easily ID from using my Morcambe app - ie distinctive enough calls or bigger birds. The ones I was hoping to find here were the tiny ones it's a nightmare to ID from calls - ie thornbills, gerygones, etc. I'm a field recording person and I'm really into learning to ID from calls rather than visually.
I couldn't find a smart-search function where you can limit to birds in your region - that would make sense surely? Oh well, it's a beginning. Also, some of the ways birds are categorised seem a little strange - 'Rollers'? 'Flowerpeckers'? Thornbills are under 'warblers'? (2)...and a lot of birds have their own category...anyway.
Haven't really been able to use the record function yet successfully.
Not worth the money.
Needs a 30 second recording which is nearly impossible. Then it gives a list of 10 possibilities so you now have to find the bird to identify it.
Even then, does not work. Had an absolutely clear recording of an Asian Koel but it wasn’t even on the possibilities list!
Got a lovely recording of a Kookaburra which surely has one of the most unmistakable calls in Australia, but it was only third on the list.
I bought the App to try and identify hidden birds by their calls but it is useless for this
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.