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We have birds here!
I was looking for an iPad app of bird songs and I found it! This is a high quality, top notch app well worth twice the price! I love it!
Splash1701 on Jan 31, 2011 for Chirp! Bird Song USA +
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Excellent!
I have an ornithology class where I have to memorize tons of birds, and there songs. This app is perfect. Totally worth the money!
Student0822 on Jan 26, 2011 for Chirp! Bird Song USA +
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Very pleased with this app.
I'm relatively new to birding, and I'm finding this app to be lots of fun and very informative. Learning the songs has got to be easier this way than any other - you can jump back and forth and compare songs as much as you like. Each info page allows you to jump directly to the Cornell page and the Wikipedia page for that bird. Worth the price.
Aftgnitec on Jan 17, 2011 for Chirp! Bird Song USA +
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Fun!
Easy to use, excellent calls, fun for adults and kids. I'm always curious about the bird songs we hear in our yard, but don't always see the bird. This app makes it so much easier than reading the description of a call in a bird book.
cparkerr on Jan 4, 2011 for Chirp! Bird Song USA +
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OK
Good app for a casual interest with birds. Wish that some of the "music" descriptions were longer. Be prepared for the 200+ Meg download.
Aplnut on Dec 5, 2010 for Chirp! Bird Song USA +
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Great app! A bird fanciers delight.
This app is easy to use, has a simple interface, the bird song recordings are excellent, the bird pictures are great and the app covers all the birds in the US (there is a European version I have not used). It starts with getting your location. Then you can list the birds by first name, last name, commonness or song style. Choose a bird and see a picture and hear the song. Take a walk in your neighborhood and you can immediately begin to recognize the birds by their song. Robins, junkos, sparrows, finches and wrens all announce who they are. Take a hike in the hills nearby or the lake or sea shore. You can hear robins, crows, gulls, herons, ducks and hawks and match their sound and picture. There are links to Cornell and Wiki for added information. I would recommend this for amateur bird watchers or anyone that ever wanted to know "what is that bird I hear?"
lar_kap on Oct 15, 2010 for Chirp! Bird Song USA +
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