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Wonderful!
What a great app! I love all the features. The birds in my backyard were responding to the birdsongs. I find the map with the local sightings fabulous. This will be so handy when we travel.
AZlibrarian on Jun 2, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Get it
It's great. You will love it.
PoetDoc on Jun 2, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Excellent App
As a member of this group and one who enjoys watching birds, this app is a must-have. Others I have seen do not contain nearly the amount of information this app does. Also, all of it is stored on your device so you don't need the internet to look up birds. This is very helpful in remote locations. It looks great on both my iPhone 4S and new Retina iPad. I highly recommend this app!
Jake Gebuhr on Jun 1, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Review
Absolutely wonderful!
Jenjoyo on Jun 1, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Somaha
Great app. So much fun and easy to use.
Silas West on May 31, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Does not cover all of North America
Great app, but it unfortunately unlike advertised this application does not cover all of North America, but only the US and Canada. By any of the various definitions listed in Wikipedia the majority of Mexico is in North America, even if Central America is viewed separately. Maps for a specific bird coverage do cover Mexico so this makes me think you already have the data, but you are unable to search for common birds by current location in Mexico, or current spotted birds in eBird by city in Mexico. Either of these would be very helpful for both those of us who live here or the tourists who travel to Mexico.
KireP on May 30, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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