Birds of South America

Birds of South America

No continent supports a bigger and more varied bird population, more than 3,000 species belonging to more than 90 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 3,112 bird species and more than 5,000 bird images! The app runs completely offline, there is no need for an internet connection during usage of the app.

A new feature introduced in version 2.2 is the country filter that you can use to limit the list of birds according to the geographic occurrence of a species.

The Birds of Argentina

In The Birds of Argentina all species of birds regularly found in Argentina (>1,000) are described, and their approximate size given in inches and tenths of inches.

A brief account of each family is given in the list of families. The range of each species is described in detail (instead of range maps). In addition to the birds‘ geographical ranges, the altitudinal zones which they inhabit are given. The zones and their limits are:

The current app version contains the descriptions and images of 1,008 bird species found in Argentina. Moreover, an ornithological dictionary (English, French, Spanish) and detailed illustrations and drawings of bird anatomy are included.

The Birds of Brazil

In The Birds of Brazil all species of birds regularly found in Brazil (>1,700) are described, and their approximate size given in inches and tenths of inches.

A brief account of each family is given in the list of families. The range of each species is described in detail (instead of range maps). In addition to the birds‘ geographical ranges, the altitudinal zones which they inhabit are given.

The current app version contains the descriptions and images of 1,705 bird species found in Brazil. Moreover, an ornithological dictionary (English, French, Spanish) and detailed illustrations and drawings of bird anatomy are included.

The Birds of Colombia

In The Birds of Colombia all species of birds regularly found in Colombia (>1,700) are described, and their approximate size given in inches and tenths of inches.

A brief account of each family is given in the list of families. The range of each species is described in detail (instead of range maps). In addition to the birds‘ geographical ranges, the altitudinal zones which they inhabit are given. The zones and their limits are:

The current app version contains the descriptions and images of 1,766 bird species found in Colombia. Moreover, an ornithological dictionary (English, French, Spanish) and detailed illustrations and drawings of bird anatomy are included.

The Birds of Ecuador

In The Birds of Ecuador all species of birds regularly found in Ecuador (>1,500) are described, and their approximate size given in inches and tenths of inches.

A brief account of each family is given in the list of families. The range of each species is described in detail (instead of range maps). In addition to the birds‘ geographical ranges, the altitudinal zones which they inhabit are given. The zones and their limits are:

The current app version contains the descriptions and images of 1,506 bird species found in Ecuador. Moreover, an ornithological dictionary (English, French, Spanish) and detailed illustrations and drawings of bird anatomy are included.

The Birds of Peru

In The Birds of Peru all species of birds regularly found in Peru (>1,700) are described, and their approximate size given in inches and tenths of inches.

A brief account of each family is given in the list of families. The range of each species is described in detail (instead of range maps). In addition to the birds‘ geographical ranges, the altitudinal zones which they inhabit are given. The zones and their limits are:

The current app version contains the descriptions and images of 1,703 bird species found in Peru. Moreover, an ornithological dictionary (English, French, Spanish) and detailed illustrations and drawings of bird anatomy are included.

The Birds of Venezuela

In The Birds of Venezuela all species of birds regularly found in Venezuela and its islands in the Carribean (>1,300) are described, and their approximate size given in inches and tenths of inches.

A brief account of each family is given in the list of families. The range of each species is described in detail (instead of range maps). In addition to the birds‘ geographical ranges, the altitudinal zones which they inhabit are given.

The current app version contains the descriptions and images of 1,335 bird species found in Venezuela. Moreover, an ornithological dictionary (English, French, Spanish) and detailed illustrations and drawings of bird anatomy are included.