Thayer's Birds of North America Version 7 For MAC
Thayers Birds of North America version 7 for Mac includes 987 species and 6,500 color photos. In addition, there are over 1,500 songs, 550 videos, 700 quizzes, 987 range maps, an ID Wizard, side-by-side comparisons, sightings reports and much more. This USB Flash Drive installs on Mac computers running OSX 10.8 through OSX 10.11.
Thayer's Birds of North America version 7 is an amazing birding resource. This is a multi-media field guide for your computer...that sings! The Identification Wizard allows you to easily identify unknown birds. Just enter whatever you know (color, size, habitat, location) and instantly get a photo gallery of possible matches. Photos, songs, videos, and 700 quizzes in this software make learning about birds fun Improve your own birding skills - or introduce a child to the joys of birding and nature. Version 7 is the best software we have ever made. Guide to Birds of North America Version 7 USB Flash Drive Mac Edition makes a wonderful gift for the birding enthusiast!
Included in Version 7:
See all 985 species of birds found in the continental U.S. and Canada.
Contains over 3,000 NEW PHOTOS, for a total of more than 6,500 images
Photo Gallery and comparison views feature larger images
Has completely new bird song files with higher-quality sound. There are now 1,499 sound files, so most birds now have multiple songs/calls included.
Layout has been updated to give it a more modern feel. The Field Guide pages now have two feature photos at the top - ideal for today's wider computer monitors.
Quiz feature includes additional options such as viewing just female photos and viewing just range maps.
Uses 2014 taxonomy from the American Ornithologists' Union. Range maps and state checklists have been updated.
Lets you import your own photos and make your own quizzes on anything - butterflies, wildflowers - even people!
Includes The Birder's Handbook in electronic format (a 750+ page book)
System Requirements & Technical Support - This software runs on Mac applications Technical support requires Internet access.