|The main species pages are layed out in this format.|
Another very interesting addition to this app that I have not seen on any other field guide apps that I have personally used is the incorporation of video to help with identification. Currently the app offers videos for 18 species that will help you understand their behavior as well as their songs. With only 18 species, it is a little limited in what it currently offers in this department, but hopefully this will be expanded in the future. There is a lot that we can learn from video about behavior that will make us better at identifying birds. This feature can be found in the "Tool Kit" section which also offers some very good articles on all things birding - from selecting binoculars to ID tips and tricks.
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Juniper Titmouse included.
The app offers extensive record keeping abilities, but without being able to submit these lists to eBird, I do not find it very useful. I feel that most birders either are or in the future will be using eBird, so a listing program does not add any benefit to the app for me.
I would highly recommend that birders add this app to their collection. It offers great illustrations and will help a lot if you come across something very unusual!