As a result of our customers’ comments, we would like to present our latest version of Birds of of North America. We are working hard to meet your satisfaction. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome at Royal Apps. Please rate us.
What’s New in Version 1.7
|List of birds of North America|
|Anseriformes||Geese, ducks, swans and screamers|
|Galliformes||Curassows, guans, guineafowls, quails, grouse and turkeys|
|Procellariiformes||Albatrosses, shearwaters and petrels|
|Suliformes||Frigatebirds, boobies, gannets, cormorants and darters|
|Pelecaniformes||Pelicans, bitterns, herons, egrets, ibises and spoonbills|
|Accipitriformes||Ospreys, hawks, eagles and kites|
|Gruiformes||Rails, gallinules, coots, sungrebe, limpkin and cranes|
|Charadriiformes||Thick-knees, lapwings, plovers, oystercatchers, stilts, avocets, jacanas, sandpipers, pratincoles, gulls, terns, skimmers, skuas, auks, murres and puffins|
|Falconiformes||Caracaras and falcons|
|Columbiformes||Pigeons and doves|
|Psittaciformes||Lorikeets, parakeets, macaws and parrots|
|Cuculiformes||Cuckoos, roadrunners and anis|
|Caprimulgiformes||Nightjars, potoos and oilbird|
|Apodiformes||Swifts and hummingbirds|
|Coraciiformes||Todies, motmots and kingfishers|
|Piciformes||Puffbirds, jacamars, barbets, toucans, woodpeckers, sapsuckers and flickers|
|Passeriformes||Sapayoa, ovenbirds, antbirds, antpittas, tapaculos, flycatchers, tityras, cotingas, manakins, shrikes, vireos, jays, crows, magpies, ravens, larks, swallows, martins, chickadees, titmice, tits, nuthatches, treecreepers, wrens, gnatcatchers, dippers, bulbuls, kinglets, warblers, thrushes, mockingbirds, thrashers, starlings, mynas, accentors, wagtails, pipits, waxwings, longspurs, bananaquit, tanagers, saltators, sparrows, towhees, juncos, cardinals, grosbeaks, blackbirds, meadowlarks, cowbirds, grackles, orioles, finches, weavers and whydahs|
|Other orders||Loons, grebes, flamingos, penguins, tropicbirds, storks, New world vultures, sunbittern, trogons and hoopoes|
Version 1.6 for Birds of North America includes performance improvements and new features. Our main goal in Birds of North America is to provide an educational and entertainment tools. We appreciate your positive feed back to improve the app. In this new update we designed a new look for the app. If you enjoy using Birds, please rate us and review us. It really helps other users find our app. if you have any comments or questions,
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Royal Apps Team
Birds is a starting point for a great educational / reference for North America’s Birds.
The app includes 24 species.
Browse all birds by swiping left and right on the birds tap.
* Play the sound of each bird as you browse.
* Add your favorite birds to your list.
* Delete Birds from you favorite list.
Currently working on:
+ About section for each bird
+ Scientific classification
I appreciate your constructive comments to make this app your only reference.