BirdsEye Bird Finding Guide

Download BirdsEye Bird Finding Guide for PC

By Birds In The Hand, LLC

Score: 4.5
From 634 Ratings

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BirdsEye Bird Finding Guide for PC Description

BirdsEye is a unique and powerful tool that helps you discover the birds around you and find the birds you want to see. See more birds with BirdsEye! BirdsEye is the perfect tool for birders of any level, naturalists and educators. The free version of BirdsEye also includes stunning and detailed photographs from many top birders, bird photographers and guides. "Best invention for birding since binoculars"... Kenn Kaufman, author of the famed Kaufman Field Guides to Birds of North America "A landmark in birding"… John Fitzpatrick, Director, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology BirdsEye is great for beginning and intermediate birders as a free download. Explore the 100 most common birds near you (or for any spot on earth), and learn about the birds you are most likely to see in your yard or the local park. When you are ready to see more, paid subscriptions give you access to every countable species in your region or worldwide. Features: INSTANT BIRD LISTS • See customized lists of birds reported recently near you, at birding hotspots, or any random point on earth! • Sea seasonal abundance for each bird for that location • View recent eBird sightings and get driving directions to each one INCREASE YOUR LIFE LIST • See a list of “needs” - species recently reported nearby that aren't on your selected life or year list • Reports of rare and notable birds in your area and across the ABA region • Automatically sync your life or year lists with eBird for the ABA area, world, country, state or even county! TRIP PLANNING • Find additional content in the Bird Guide Store for other continents, including sounds, images and bird-finding tips from local experts. • Set Favorite Locations for your destinations to scope out recent sightings • Get driving directions right to any hotspot or sighting • Support for bird names in several languages STORE We have partnered with, the premier online store selling bird sounds packages for many regions around the world. Access these extensive collections of bird songs from right inside of BirdsEye. Currently available sound packages include: Bird Sounds of Costa Rica, Brazil, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Mexico, Northern Siberia, Sri Lanka, Australia, Peru, Colombia, Belgium and Holland, and Malaysia! Most BirdsEye functionality is available to all of our users. Certain premium features require a regional or world membership to unlock their full potential. Premium features include: • More checklists for species on the Rare Bird Alert • Rare Bird Alert - see the latest reported ABA rarities and eBird checklist • Search for Notables up to 250 miles from current location • Unlimited Favorite Locations • View Bird List for any month of the year • Downloading content for offline use A NOTE ON MEMBERSHIPS: In addition to regional memberships, we offer a World membership that gives you access to all of the birds on earth and several other features. Your membership helps pay for our ongoing efforts to create the most innovative and powerful birding apps in the world. We do not and have never earned a profit on the sale of this app, but do it to support the birding community. Memberships, donations and the contributions of photos help us keep making BirdsEye better. To get your membership, just launch BirdsEye and go to the Store. You'll see a membership option. The first monthly payment will be charged to your iTunes Account when you confirm your purchase. Your BIRDSEYE memberships and subscriptions renew each month and your iTunes account will be charged automatically. You can turn off auto-renew at any point from your iTunes account settings. See for more information. We are committed to supporting the birding community and bird conservation through the eBird project. Our goal is to encourage participation through BirdsEye.


  • It’s OK

    By Mrkeeeee
    It’s ok if you purchase a subscription to enhance the app w info about your local birds. Even with that though it is kind of clunky to use. Maybe there is a YouTube video on how to use? I haven’t checked. You might be better off, if you don’t care about contributing to ornithology data, to purchasing the Peterson’s App. Hate to say it but these are my thoughts.
  • Easy to use.

    By annet108
    I love this app. I am a beginning birder and this is easy to use.
  • Great app. Strange bug.

    By Gym_Rants
    Certainly a great and useful app. I use it extensively when other at home and when traveling. One problem I haven’t been able to conquer is searching for data by species name. It just doesn’t work. I get referred to a subscription page even though I have done the entire subscription process a couple of times. Strange bug in an otherwise exceptional app.
  • Great birding resource

    By CJoos
    This app is amazing for birding in the US and internationally. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that I can never seem to successfully download my subscription content so I can use it offline. I'm often in places without service, particularly internationally where I need my purchased content the most. I wish eBird would link to this app so I didn't have to switch back and forth so often while birding.
  • Scottie D

    By Flying.bird
    A great app that’s getting better with each revision. A must have for any bird photographer.
  • Best bird app ever!

    By IndyDave47
    Birdseye is indispensable! The best thing is that it shows which birds have been seen IN THE AREA where you are visiting, and provides a bar graph of the number of sightings by month. So you can quickly narrow down which are the likely species that you have seen. It is crowd-sourced and linked to EBird (both from Cornell). The app also includes photos of the birds, but does NOT contain descriptions of the birds—its only weakness. But use Birdseye in combination with one of the apps (like Audubon) that provide descriptions. Also, Birdseye works all over the world, not just in North America. An amazing app that has revolutionized birding!
  • Lake Bunyonyi - SW Uganda Birdland

    By Coach Jon Lee
    The app told me most of what I was seeing around me daily, wherever I went in Africa. Extremely cool.
  • Great tool for locating birds

    By dhgeehhe
    Very handy when traveling and for monitoring migration. But not totally intuitive.
  • Not good for obscure places

    By mattsma7989
    I’ve been to some obscure refuges lately. Unfortunately there weren’t many sittings listed, so the ap didn’t really help me.
  • Viewing eBird lists is broken

    By Hardcore_Since_4
    First of all, the ability to view eBird lists when looking at the reported birds near me, is completely broken. It used to work fine but no longer does. For such a pricey app as this (you have to pay monthly as a subscriber just in order to use the app within your region - which is another expense), I expect the functionality of viewing eBird reports to be near flawless! Please please fix this major issue. I'll reevaluate my rating when fixed.