High quality interactive field guide covering 230 bird species that are found in and around Britain and Ireland.
The app is a great tool for all the family, providing useful information for birdwatchers of all levels.
- Fully universal app, that works beautifully on both the iPhone and iPad, no need to purchase separate apps for your different devices!
- Integration with Siri Search in iOS 9. Find birds by name or latin name right from the search screen.
- 230 bird species included within the app
- multiple high definition photos for each bird, showing different plumages where they exist
- audio files of bird call for each bird
- Extensive information on distribution, habitat, diet, identification description plus much more
- Mark birds as favourites for fast finding
- Mark birds as seen storing location, date and quantity
- Store your own photos along with each sighting
- View sighting records on a map
- Share sightings easily with friends on Twitter, Facebook, Email or SMS
- Feeding section detailing what foods to place out to encourage certain species to your garden
Stay in contact with us at:
Facebook App: http://www.facebook.com/BirdsBritainAndIreland
Twitte Appr: http://twitter.com/BirdsBritainIre
Facebook Company: http://www.facebook.com\PinnacleAppsLtd
Twitter Company : http://twitter.com/PinnacleAppsLtd
Lots more great features coming soon!!!
We have listened to your feedback and have created another great update which includes:
- 13 new birds - Willow tit, Reed warbler, Shag, Treecreeper, Whinchat, Tufted duck, Razorbill, Red Kite, Scaup, Willow warbler, Siskin, Snipe, Smew, all with great photographs and accompanying sounds
- A new Feeding section, which details what foods you should be feeding to encourage certain birds to your garden
- We’ve added a ‘Birding News’ section under Help which aggregates the twitter birding news and sightings from around the country
- A to Z links down the side for faster navigation
If you like the update can you please support us by leaving a review. If there is something you are not sure of then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good value for 99p but some glaring omissions - I.e. no crow, swallow or swift — and I might have missed some others. Plus the sound of the bittern ( which is a deep booming fog horn sound )sounds more like a small finch type bird on the app. !!
Excellent app. Good descriptions, and pictures. I emailed the app makers suggesting a way to search and they replied very quickly, and within a few days the app was updated with it on. More birds added too. So the way it is improving regularly is most impressive.
I've been looking for a bird-watching app and this one is great. It is easy to use and to record sightings. The photos are lovely and information is excellent. Developers are responsive to users, improving app and adding more birds. Thank you.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.