Special: BirdLog - eBird data entry where you need it ... in the field!
BirdLog is Proud to Support the 2014 GBBC!
A free version of BirdLog is available for The Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) now through March 1!!
The GBBC are a lot of fun and a great citizen-science program that supports bird conservation.
GBBC participants can enter sightings the same way they do for eBird, via the web or with the eBird BirdLog app. Nothing special is required. Just enter your submissions as always. All checklists submitted to eBird between Feb. 14 -17 will automatically be included in the GBBC.
The Great Backyard Bird Count marks its 16th year as a free citizen-science program that surveys birds in backyards, national parks, gardens, wetlands and urban landscapes. A joint project of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Audubon, with Canadian partner Bird Studies Canada, the four-day count typically receives sightings from tens of thousands of people reporting more than 600 bird species in the United States and Canada alone.
Participating is easy. Simply watch birds for at least 15 minutes at the location of your choice on one or more of the count days. Estimate the number of birds you see for each species you can identify. You’ll select your location on a map, answer a few questions, enter your tallies, and then submit your data to share your sightings with others around the world.
BirdLog GBBC is a free app developed by Birds In the Hand, the makers of BirdLog and BirdsEye, to support the Great Backyard Bird Count in 2014. This free version will function for 60 days. After the expiration, please join thousands of other birders who use BirdLog NA or one of the other regional versions to submit their sightings to eBird.
Enter bird sightings into eBird where and when you need it ... in the field! BirdLog is the exclusive mobile data entry tool for eBird.
Check out the BirdLog demo video!
- BirdLog available for iPhone and Android
- Keeps a running tally of how many of each species you’ve seen
- Available in North American, Worldwide & Regional versions!
- Create lists even when there is no cell coverage
- Quick Entry bar makes data entry fast and easy
- Plot the exact location of your sightings using your phone's GPS
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Check out the 3 minute intro video to BirdLog and see what it's all about!:
You can also visit our YouTube Channel for other great BirdLog and BirdsEye videos.
Your purchase helps support the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology and the eBird project!
BirdLog North America is available for Android, and as a Universal app on all iOS devices: iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
BirdLog Worldwide is available as a Universal app on all iOS devices: iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
We recommend that users update to the current version of iOS which as of March 2012 is 5.1.
Pulling in fresh data on bird sightings from Cornell’s eBird database requires internet access, either via cell phone or wireless connection. iPod touch users can use the full services of BirdsEye to plan birding expeditions while connected wirelessly, although the GPS features only work on devices equipped with GPS.
We have users with BirdLog for Android working on the following devices: Motorola Droid X, HTC Incredible 2, HTC Thunderbolt, Motorola Droid RAZR, Motorola Droid Bionic, Motorola Droid X2, Motorola Droid, Samsung Droid Charge, Motorola Photon 4G, Motorola Droid II, plus 20 other Android OS devices. We do not recommend BirdLog for Android operating systems 2.1 or below, although we do have multiple users on these systems and not reporting problems.