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"Best invention for birding since binoculars"... Kenn Kaufman, Kaufman Field Guide to Birds of North America "A landmark in birding"… John Fitzpatrick, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology ★ ★ See more birds with BirdsEye ★ ★ You won't want to leave home without BirdsEye – it's like carrying thousands of local birding experts around in your pocket! Binoculars and field guides have long been the birder's primary tools. Binoculars help you get a better look at the bird. A field guide helps you identify it. But how do you know *where* to see those birds? Are you at the right place to see the birds you want to see? Could you be missing something interesting nearby? BirdsEye is the indispensable new tool that gives you the inside scoop about which birds are being seen and where. Experienced birders see more birds not just because they're good at identifying them. They see more birds because they get to the right place at the right time! They know where to go because they're experienced. BirdsEye guides *you* to your best birding opportunities by unleashing the collective wisdom of the thousands of local birding experts that contribute to eBird - the massive, real-time bird observation system run by the bird experts at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. ✔ Find birds nearby Discover which birds are actually being seen nearby. Get instant access to the local bird life – whether you are at home or on the road. ✔ Discover rare birds and unexpected sightings Instantly see recent reports of truly rare birds throughout North America, as well as notable reports that are unexpected and significant locally. ✔ Find the birds you really want to see! Looking for a special bird? BirdsEye can show you where any one of 857 North American species has been seen recently – and even give you directions. ✔ Find great birding places Browse the map of 25,000 birding hotspots, and see which birds have been observed at each. You will always know where your best birding opportunities are. ✔ Powered by eBird eBird at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology pulls in more than a million bird observations each month, contributed by thousands of birders and reviewed by local birding experts. Cornell's scientists use these to track bird distribution. BirdsEye uses them to help you see more birds. ✔ Beautiful Extras For the 857 most observed North American birds, BirdsEye includes: ● Stunning photographs from the VIREO collection at the Academy of Natural Sciences. ● Over six hours of brilliant bird calls and song from the Macaulay Library of Sound. ● Personal insights from ﬁeld guide author Kenn Kaufman on finding each bird. ✔ Works in the ﬁeld New observations are downloaded from eBird over the network and saved for offline use. ✔ Supports iPhone and iPod touch. ✔ Works in North America north of Mexico.