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Birds of South America

No continent supports a bigger and more varied bird population, more than 3,000 species belonging to more than 100 families are presented in this app

No continent supports a bigger and more varied bird population, more than 3,000 species belonging to more than 100 families are presented in this app

Birds of South America

by I.M.D. Publicacion C.A.
Birds of South America
Birds of South America
Birds of South America

What is it about?

No continent supports a bigger and more varied bird population, more than 3,000 species belonging to more than 100 families are presented in this app.

Birds of South America

App Details

Version
2.1.1
Rating
(6)
Size
101Mb
Genre
Reference Education
Last updated
June 7, 2017
Release date
July 5, 2013
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App Store Description

No continent supports a bigger and more varied bird population, more than 3,000 species belonging to more than 100 families are presented in this app.

This is the only app that describes all the species of birds regularly found in South America!

All bird names are included in English, Latin. and the major languages spoken in South America (Spanish, Portuguese, French) as well as in many other languages, including Japanese, Chinese, Russian, etc.

In addition to the bird descriptions and images the app presents an ornithological dictionary with almost 300 special terms and their explanations as well as high-quality drawings and explanations of bird anatomy and topology in English and Spanish.

The current app contains descriptions of more than 3,090 bird species. In order to keep the app size to a reasonable limit for downloading the app code, the full-size images are not included when you download the app from the store. When you select a bird for display, the full-resolution images of this birds are loaded from an external server, alternatively you can download all available pictures from the external source at any time for complete offline use of the app in the field where there might be no internet connection..

This version of the app contains more than 5,000 bird images, only very few species are currently without image! The images are downloaded from an external server using a function inside the app, there are no new versions of the app required, if images are updated or added, or if any descriptions in the database are changed.

Apart from the initial downloading of the full pictures the app runs completely offline, there is no need for an internet connection during usage of the app (except for the backup/restore operations for Field Notes to/from the server).