Birding SEAZ

Birding SEAZ

By Aves Amigos, LLC

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2017-06-28
  • Current Version: 1.2.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 39.42 MB
  • Developer: Aves Amigos, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 19 Reviews)
  • Price:
Birding SEAZ App Ratings: 4
Total 19 Reviews

Birding SEAZ App Description

Southeast Arizona is one of the best places in North America for birdwatching. A long list of exciting species, from the Elegant Trogon to the Violet-crowned Hummingbird, attracts birdwatchers from around the world. Developed in partnership with Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory (SABO) and the Tucson Audubon Society, Birding SEAZ is the only app that can help you find them all, from Abert’s Towhee to Zone-tailed Hawk. FEATURES: • Explore 136 birding hotspots selected by local experts. • Find birding "sites near me". • Plan your next trip by searching for sites near a city or ZIP code. • Search all sites for a "target bird," and find the nearest location. • Get driving directions and find nearby amenities. • Access an online bird guide for quick reference. • Tag your favorite or visited sites and share with your friends. • Track, import, and export birds you've found at sites. • Share custom sighting maps with your friends. Download our app, grab your binoculars and car keys, and go!


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Birding SEAZ App Reviews

  • Great for planning a trip

    By Wabirder57
    I only travel to Tucson on occasion so this is a great app to help me plan where to go birding. The search by location as well as species really helps me plan my priority spots.
  • Buy the book, it's great!

    By Pfl7
    The only thing this does well enough is enable map routing. It is a 99 cent app.
  • needs work

    By bereal48
    I purchased this app because I want to support TAS, which is a wonderful organization, even though as apps go, it is not inexpensive. The guide doesn't claim to be a substitute for 'Finding Birds in Southeast Arizona' nor at this point should it, as listings are incomplete (no Box Canyon or Las Laguna de Anza in the Nogales region, for instance, at least as far as I could tell - next time i will bring my book. This app has the potential to be very good though. At least I think so. In addition to fleshing out locations, perhaps it could be made to link to 'Rare Bird Alerts' and other useful information. On the plus side, it is easy to use and very intuitive. I will certainly look forward to improvements.