The Audubon Bird Guide, a complete and free field guide to more than 800 North American bird species, is right in your pocket. It is designed for everyone, so you can identify birds in your area, keep track of what you have seen, and go outside to look for new birds.
It is one of the most popular and trusted field guides for North American birds, with over 2,000,000 downloads to date.
We are grateful to our users for their feedback regarding the latest update. Many of your suggestions and fixes will be included in the next updates. Your support and help are greatly appreciated.
We are currently working on these issues based on your feedback:
– Restoring user-created sighting list. These lists were successfully migrated with your account. However, an issue prevents them from being displayed. They will be restored in a future update without your intervention.
– Ability to sort species alphabetically according to their last names in the field guide.
– Increased performance in searching and browsing species lists, including the ability jump quickly to the letter of the alphabet.
– Tablet users can enjoy usability improvements such as improved map and photo display.
– Access to the field guide, nearby eBird sightings and other features of the app that don’t require user data.
– Other stability and usability fixes
As always, if you need help with the app, or have a suggestion for a new feature, please contact us directly at email@example.com. Thanks!
ALL-NEW: BIRD ID
It is now much easier to identify the bird you have just seen. Please enter all the information you can. What was its size? How big was it?
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BIRDS THAT YOU LOVE
Our field guide includes over 3,000 photographs, more than eight hours of audio clips with songs and calls, maps of multi-season ranges, and detailed text written by Kenn Kaufman, North American bird expert.
Keep track of ALL the birds you see
You can now keep track of all the birds you see, no matter if you are hiking, on the porch or just looking out of the window. You can even have a life list updated by us.
EXPLORE THE BIRDS ABOVE YOU
You can see where the birds are by visiting nearby birding hotspots or eBird’s real-time sightings.
SHARE PHOTOS OF THE BIRDS YOU’VE SEEN
Upload your photos to the Photo Feed, so that other Audubon Bird Guide users may see them.
AUDUBON – GET INVOLVED
You can keep up-to-date with all the latest news in the world of conservation science and birds right from your home screen. To go birding, find an Audubon site near you. You can also see the areas where you need to speak up and take action right from your smartphone.
FOR OUR EXISTING USSERS:
Logging in with NatureShare will allow you to import your photos and sightings into the new app. Don’t be alarmed if something isn’t right. All of your data remains safe and secure.
Note: We temporarily disabled some community features while we migrate all our users’ data into the new app. We will be adding and restoring new features in the coming updates that make it fun and easy to view and share photos taken by Audubon Bird Guide users across the country. Keep checking back!
The National Audubon Society is dedicated to protecting birds and their habitats in the Americas. It does this through science, advocacy and education as well as on-the ground conservation. Audubon’s state programs and chapters, as well as its partners, have an unmatched reach that reaches millions each year to educate, inspire and unite diverse communities. Audubon’s vision of a world where wildlife and people thrive has been the same since 1905.