BirdsEye Galapagos will help you identify birds that you see on your trip to the Galapagos Islands and provides interesting facts about our unique avian fauna,
and the conservation work that is being carried out to protect this outstanding World Heritage Site.
BirdsEye Galapagos lets you:
-- see photos, sounds and text for all the birds of the Galapagos Islands
-- find recent sightings and bar charts of seasonal abundance for all birds
-- a quick link to the Galapagos National Park and Charles Darwin Foundation websites to help you quickly find the information you need for your visit
The Galapagos National Park Directorate and the Charles Darwin Foundation have recently implemented a monitoring program to assess the status of Galapagos land birds.
For this program to be successful we depend on the help of natural historians and the community at large to track and record birds through the observations submitted to eBird. Thanks for your support!
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Back up your life lists
Sync your life lists with eBird
See NEEDS lists based on birds not currently on your life list
Sync your account across devices
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BirdsEye uses your device's GPS to display all recent sightings near your current spot out to any distance you select from 1 to 250 miles (or km).
Looking for a specific bird? Search for birds by name (or code) to find out where it has been seen recently, and show you the exact location on a map.
If you use eBird, you can import your eBird year or life lists for the whole world, the ABA area, a country, a single State/Province or even your county! You can also manually enter your life list or edit the list imported from eBird. Your lists are automatically backed up online.
BirdsEye is optimized for display on your iPhone and your iPod Touch, and also works as an iPhone app on iPad.