Here is how Pokemon Go is birding.

Anna FasoliBirding, General News and Info4 Comments

So Nintendo emerged from its decade long slump and finally released a hit, although this time it wasn’t on its own console, but on iPhone and Android smartphones. Pokemon GO basically forces users to move around (literally) to collect classic Pokemon characters through their smart phone screens in the real world. It brings out the hoarding habits of the 14-year-old … Read More

BirdsEye apps on sale

Drew WeberGeneral News and Info1 Comment

  All of the BirdsEye apps are currently on sale. BirdLog NA and BirdsEye NA are currently $4.99 and most of the regional versions of the apps are only $0.99 so if you are traveling this Christmas, these are a steal. Get them now while they are on sale! BirdsEye Hotspots – $0.99 (regularly $4.99) BirdsEye NA – $4.99 (regularly $19.99) BirdLog … Read More

This Week in Birding 39

Charlotte WasylikGeneral News and Info2 Comments

This Week in Birding

:: With 275 species, 16-year-old Aaron Gyllenhaal has broken the record for most species seen in Cook County, Illinois this year. And the year isn’t over yet! :: The large population of moose in the Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland, is changing the species of birds able to live in the park because of all the vegetation the moose are eating. :: A dead California Condor was found floating in a dip … Read More

BirdsEye Hotspots about to launch

Drew WeberAppsLeave a Comment

BirdsEye Birding and Nemesis Code have been working on a one purpose hotspot finding and info app for some time now. We set up a site where you can sign up to learn more about the app when it is released. We are really excited to be releasing this app soon as we have found it very helpful in discovering … Read More

Mapping the Christmas Bird Count

Drew WeberApps, christmas bird count, General News and Info2 Comments

I thought I would share just a little of the map prep work I did, last minute, for the Syracuse CBC. Hopefully this will help you out in your last minute planning as well. This is particularly useful when covering a new area or doing a new CBC. You might even discover that there are more areas to cover in … Read More