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FREE App: Peterson Backyard Birds of North America

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After iGameMom introduced the Audubon Birds App, I started paying attention to other bird apps.  Thanks for Nigel Hall’s note, I learned about Peterson Feeder Birds of North America.  It is a FREE app about feeder birds.  Similar to Audubon Birds, you will be able to look up birds with pictures, locations (state), nest, etc.  What is different is this app’s focus on feeder birds, ie., the birds you see in your backyards.  It covers 160 common North American backyard birds.  It is a great app to have while playing in the backyard or walking on the trail in a park. Free Bird Guide On The Go

In the meantime, I also learned Peterson Birds of North America is on sale for $0.99.  This is Peterson’s comprehensive bird guide for North America, including 810 birds.  For those into the birds, Peterson’s field guide to birds of North America is very well known.  The app contains the entire print guide, plus seven other books in the Peterson Field Guide series: the eastern and western guides to Birds’ Nests, Molt in North American Birds, Feeder Birds of Eastern North America, and family guides to Hawks, Hummingbirds, and Warblers.  Usually the app is at $15-30, so $0.99 is a really BIG sale.  The sale ends Sep.10.  If you are into bird watching, don’t miss the opportunity.

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Backyard Bird (Free): Peterson Backyard Birds of North America Birds of NA (sale $0.99):Peterson Birds of North America

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  • Rhonda

    I think this is the app my daughter has. It has come in handy several times.

    • It is great that you can put it on your phone, and have it with you when you are outside.

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