Holiday Gift Guide »
IntoMobile » iOS Apps » Peterson Feeder Birds of North America

Peterson Feeder Birds of North America

comments
Disqus
  • Category: Reference
  • Released date: 04/19/2011
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Seller: Appweavers, Inc.
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 130300941
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: All

iPhone Screenshots

screenshot_url_1 screenshot_url_2 screenshot_url_3 screenshot_url_4

iPad Screenshots

ipad_screenshot_url_1 ipad_screenshot_url_2 ipad_screenshot_url_3 ipad_screenshot_url_4
The official Peterson Field Guide app for feeder birds, featuring illustrations and commentary by Roger Tory Peterson. ╰█╮ For support and a fast response to questions please visit our support forum at petersonguides.com/support or email [email protected]

Peterson Feeder Birds of North America is a must-have for nature lovers, backyard birders and and an ideal learning tool for young ornithologists. Easily identify birds by comparing illustrations, range maps, and songs of similar species on one screen. This app includes information from eight books in the Peterson Field Guide series, along with Life Lists, Sightings, Search, QuickFind index, and much more.

** SUPPORT ** For help, support, and direct access to the developer visit our support forum at http://petersonguides.com/support or email [email protected]

This app is designed for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Buy once, run on any Apple iOS device.

Includes licensed information from the following books:

Peterson Field Guide to Birds of North America
Peterson Reference Guide to Molt in North American Birds
Peterson Field Guides Hawks North America
Peterson Field Guides Hummingbirds of North America
Peterson Field Guides Warblers of North America
Peterson Field Guides Eastern Bird’s Nests
Peterson Field Guides Western Bird’s Nests
Peterson Field Guides Feeder Birds Eastern North America

Content:

** Full screen views of Roger Tory Peterson's outstanding bird illustrations, with zoom
** Adult, juvenile, male, female, breeding, and non-breeding, and in-flight images
** Bird illustrations, grouped and ordered using tried and tested design and organization of Peterson Field Guide to Birds of North America print field guide
** Similar species grouped on same screen for faster identification
** Unique Peterson Identification System
** Over 160 North American species
** Bird calls and sounds
** Nest and Egg information, including nest photos with eggs
** Compare detailed range maps
** Comprehensive additional information on Hawks, Hummingbirds, and Warblers
** Molt information from Steve Howell's ground-breaking book, including an introduction to molt
** Extra articles on birding, including how-tos and backyard birding tips
** Help documentation
** Warbler undertail patterns

Features:

** Universal app. Buy once, run on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch
** Compare illustrations, range maps, and songs of similar birds on one screen
** Zoom and pan to see fine detail in all illustrations
** Quickfind, one-tap index (no typing!)
** Hide arrows and captions for an uncluttered view of birds
** Add your own lists
** Share lists with friends
** Save lists to home screen
** Record sightings, with date, place, weather, confidence, notes
** View and sort sightings by Species, Date, and Place
** Customize the interface to suit you, including left-hand, right-hand navigation and more
** Easily access similar species
** Browse by taxonomy or species name
** Add photos to species details from your Camera Roll

Peterson Field Guides set the standard for nature guides. Roger Tory Peterson's illustrations are still considered the best available in any field guide. Peterson's revolutionary identification system continues to be the most widely used method in nature guides.

This app holds true to the years of research and observation that have made the Peterson Field Guide series the most recognized and respected brand in natural history.

Join Peterson Guides on Facebook (http://facebook.com/petersonguides), Twitter (@PetersonGuides), and YouTube (www.youtube.com/petersonguides).

Comments & Discussions