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BIRDSEYE UK, Europe & Western Palearctic: Bird Finding for the United Kingdom and Europe

BirdsEye UK, Europe & Western Palearctic is a simple but powerful tool for birders. It is simple, easy and fast to use so you can spend your time seeing birds!

  • covers 1,131 species (Clements) including all the birds of the Western Palearctic plus some well-established exotic species
  • abundance charts for each species in your area
  • see a list of birds that have been reported recently near you
  • browse nearby "needs": birds that have been seen recently, but which are not on your list!
  • browse detailed maps of bird sightings, nearby or worldwide
  • view photos and text for each species
  • track your year or life list manually, or download it atomatically from eBird for the world, country or any state
  • multi-language support of common bird names including English (UK), French, Spanish bird naming conventions
  • search by common bird names in multiple languages or by scientific name

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More on BirdsEye UK, Europe & Western Palearctic

Binoculars, books and scopes have long been the essential birding tools. And now, there’s BirdsEye, the indispensable app that gives you the inside scoop about which birds are being seen and where, in real time. 

 

BirdsEye UK, Europe & Western Palearctic is a simple but powerful tool for birders. It is simple, easy and fast to use so you can spend your time seeing birds!

  • see a list of birds that have been reported recently near you with local abundance information
  • browse nearby "needs": birds that have been seen recently, but which are not on your list!
  • browse detailed maps of bird sightings, nearby or worldwide
  • view photos and text for each species*
  • track your year or life list manually, or download it automatically from eBird for the world, country or any state

BirdsEye UK, Europe & Western Palearctic covers 1,031 species (Clements) including all the birds of the Western Palearctic plus some well-established exotic species.

 

BirdsEye uses your phone's GPS to display all recent sightings near your current spot out to any distance you select from 1 km to 50 km.

 

Looking for a specific bird? Search for birds by name to find out where it has been seen recently, and show you the exact location on a map.

 

BirdsEye UK, Europe & Western Palearctic provides essential distribution, behavior and habitat text to help you find the bird once you get to the right spot. Stunning and detailed photographs from  many top regional birders and guides will help remind you of the field marks you're looking for.*

 

If you use eBird, you can import your eBird year or life lists for the whole world, region,  or specific country. You can also manually enter your life list or edit the list imported from eBird. Your lists are automatically backed up online.

 

BirdsEye is optimized for display on your iPhone and your iPod Touch, and also works on iPad.

 

BirdsEye was developed by birders for birders.

 

We are committed to supporting the birding community and bird conservation. Every BirdsEye purchase you make directly supports the eBird project. We think they’re worth it—now and for the future of birds and their habitats. Here's more about eBird:

  • eBird is a non-profit organization based at Cornell University
  • eBird receives more than 5 million bird sightings each month by birders around the world.
  • eBird's records in each area are reviewed for accuracy by a team of volunteer reviewers who are top local birders and scientists.

About BirdsEye:

BirdsEye is the definitive bird finding app for you mobile device! It will help you find birds, narrow down tough to identify birds, and carry all of your eBird checklists in your pocket. BirdsEye works best with a wifi or data connection.

 

BirdsEye was developed by active eBird users as a power app for knowing what's being seen in your area. If you are not already familiar with eBird, we recommend that you visit ebird.org and register before using BirdsEye the firt time.

 

Support for Android mobile devices is coming soon!

 

* - Many species are lacking photos, text and sound and we are always looking for information contributed by BirdsEye enthusiasts.  Please see www.birdsinthehand.com/photos for additional information.

 



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