Die Vogel App!
By Dörte Krüger
Clear and straightforward to make use of - the fowl app is for curious bird watchers! the ideal companion. A perform for collecting your own observations with feedback, pictures and sighting location should simply be fun and encourage you to maintain an eye fixed out for new bird species in nature.
You can discover a detailed description and directions on the AmazingNature YouTube channel by Michael Leidel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1R7qiIMjgk
Even inexperienced users can determine the observed bird in just a few steps:
Clear characteristic filters for habitat, Size, plumage shade and form limit the variety of attainable bird species.
For most species, the bird's voice may be performed.
Similar chook species may be directly compared utilizing a function.
The individual chook species are described in detail, all photographs and texts are integrated into the app and can be used offline (ideal for holidays with out internet access).
Detailed descriptions are available for:
Photos (also aerial photo er, male, female, winter plumage, breeding plumage)
Own bird observations can be recorded and displayed as a listing or on a map:
Recording of feedback, date /Time, place
Take and assign your own photos
Display your individual observations as a list and on a map
Contents of the Vogel App!:
235 frequent European chook species
150 fowl calls
Can also be used offline
All recorded observations remain non-public on the device
The Vogel App! I developed it in a private pastime project. Many photos and the fowl calls had been made obtainable to me by associates, nature photographers and bird name collectors.
I would particularly prefer to thank
Andreas Trepte, http://www.photo-natur .de/ for the good chook pictures that I was allowed to use
Sören Rust from Nabu for the energetic cooperation and sending us probably the most stunning photos
Stefan Wehr, http://www.vogelstimme- wehr.de/ for the various stunning bird calls that I was allowed to integrate into the app
Wolfram Riech, http://www.wolframs-naturfotos.de/ for the equally unbelievable nature photos
Hans-Wilhelm Grömping, http://www.naturschule.de/, for the equally great photos
Our friends and relatives, who at the second are walking via nature with the digicam and looking for chook species for the app maintain.
Michael Leidel for the good video about my Vogel App!
I wish you lots of enjoyable with the Vogel App!