Birds are all around us. Not all of us can recognize all of them by name though. Here are 6 bird identifier apps that can tell you more about every species you encounter:
Bird Id: this bird guide app has high quality images, sounds, and calls. It can identify 240 birds of North America. It also lets you record your own bird sightings.
Merlin Bird ID by Cornell Lab: this iPhone app identifies every bird that you see. You can answer question or provide a photo to have Merlin do the job. It has plenty of photos of birds too. You can even listen to their sounds.
iBird Yard+: a guide to 270 bird species of North America. You can search for birds by activity levels during day or night. You can search for birds by color, location, shape, habitat, and other 37 attributes.
Bird Identification: this app identifies birds by using your phone camera. Helps you with bird identification without internet access.
Audubon Bird Guide: this bird identification iPhone app helps with over 800 bird species. Simply tap in what you saw and the app does the rest. You can also see where birds are being spotted near you.
Chirp!: this app lets you listen and learn over 300 bird songs and calls across the United States. It has up to 34 seconds of song for each bird. It can even test your memory on bird songs you have listened to.
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