North American Rarities
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For the advanced birder who needs to stay informed of ABA Code 3 or higher sightings.
The American Birding Association maintains a list of North American avifauna, and ranks them as to whether they are regular, casual, or accidental visitors. For the advanced birder looking to rapidly increase their Life List, the North American Rarities app consolidates all North American eBird ABA Code 3 (rare) or higher observations during the past week and presents the data in an easy to read format. Users can then see a map showing the locations of where the species were observed.
North America Rarities allows you to:
• Get rare bird alerts for ABA Code 3 or higher species recently seen in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
• View a map showing where these rare birds have been observed
• Get directions to rare birds
• View eBird checklists of rare bird observations
• Quickly grow your Life List
• Plan birding trips
• Photograph rare birds
• Have a “Big Year”
• Go Twitching
One download for all your devices - PCs, tablets, and phones.
(NOTE to Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 users: The update to Windows 10 is free - get it from Microsoft.)
Click a link to get a free trial.
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All over the globe, tens of thousands of birders acting as citizen scientists submit millions of bird observations every month to Cornell University’s eBird database. These observations are then reviewed by local birding experts for accuracy to ensure the validity of each sighting. RareBirder is powered by this database to give you an accurate and comprehensive listing of recent rare or unusual bird sightings in North America.
You don't have to join or use eBird to use N.A. Rarities, but consider joining - it's free!