There is a new birding app out from BirdsEye Birding, it is a virtual Daily Bird Calendar. Is pulls data from their large database of bird facts and photographs, and challenges the birder with an unidentified photo ripe for bird identifications.
If you are not comfortable making an identification you can ask the app by tapping to get more details. One tap and you’ll see the common and scientific names, any bird codes (e.g. PEFA for Peregrine Falcons), some information about the species and details of the photographer and photograph (such as f-stop, exposure, ISO settings, etc.)
This app is good way to learn more about birds, improve your bird identification skills, and have some fun.
Check out some of the bird identifications made on Twitter: