eBird by Cornell Lab APK

Version - edu.cornell.birds.ebird

eBird by Cornell Lab apk

APP Information

Download Version (74)
Apk Size23.49 MB
App DeveloperCornell Lab of Ornithology
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packageedu.cornell.birds.ebird.apk
Website http://ebird.org

Download eBird by Cornell Lab APK

App Description

eBird by Cornell Lab is cornell,birds,ebird,books,reference, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Cornell Lab of Ornithology website who developed it. edu.cornell.birds.ebird.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 553+ times on store. You can also download edu.cornell.birds.ebird APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

eBird Mobile makes it easy to record the birds you see in the field, and seamlessly link these observations with eBird--a global online database of bird records used by hundreds of thousands of birders around the world. This free resource makes it easy to keep track of what you see, while making your data openly available for scientific research, education, and conservation. eBird Mobile is the only app that passes information directly from the Android device to your eBird account on the web.


- Track your bird sightings from anywhere in the world.
- View your Life, Year, and Month lists for any region or nearby location.
- Full global taxonomy based on The Clements Checklist of Birds of the World.
- Common names available in 41 languages and regional versions (e.g., Portuguese names in Brazil or in Portugal).
- Checklists customized for your location and time of year, showing most likely species based on eBird data. 
- Real-time feedback on whether a sighting is rare in the area.
- Quick entry tools to make note-taking faster than ever before.
- GPS enabled location plotting and tracking options.
- Map tools that show you hundreds of thousands of eBird Hotspots.
- Full offline functionality, enabling use in places with limited or no Internet connection.
- Entire app translated to Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, German, Spanish, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Croatian, Khmer, Norwegian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Chinese (Simplified), and Chinese (Traditional).

App ChangeLog

  • Fix for login issue using Turkish language

App Screens

eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 1eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 2eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 3eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 4eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 5eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 6eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 7eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 8eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 9eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 10eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 11eBird by Cornell Lab App Screen 12

Older Versions

More Android Apps to Consider

Google Play Reviews

  1. Tom 7-avatar

    Tom 7

    SO CLOSE to being great. This app is packed with information, making it particularly valuable for new birders like me. That said, I only watch in my backyard and do not wish to "record track." I made sure to toggle "record track" off. Still, the app attempts to "determine my location" as soon as I change tabs. I end up stuck in a loop until I turn location on and it's very frustrating. I'd love to have an "offline" version where you can navigate without messing with location settings.

  2. Sharp Teeth And Claws-avatar

    Sharp Teeth And Claws

    Sometimes a bit slow to start up but generally reliable & stable- unlike almost every other app that exists. Easier than using paper/pen to log bird sightings & interesting to look back over past checklists. Really fun to use.

  3. Roger Simmons-avatar

    Roger Simmons

    I use the app daily and find that it's improved my birding. My very minor complaint is that sometimes I accidentally swipe the app "closed" due to "stupid finger." It would be great if I got a query asking if I was done birding.

  4. Rose Weed-avatar

    Rose Weed

    Neither this app nor Merlin recognize that the barred owl is a year round resident in my location. I used sound id and it only showed me likely birds for my location. It is positively a barred owl in every one of my recordings but it says nothing found! Really disappointing.

  5. Adam Morgan-avatar

    Adam Morgan

    Could be great but there are a lot of problems. The new update was meant to bypass entering a location until you were ready. The problem is, you still have to have your GPS on before you can start a list. If you don't use your GPS, it now takes longer to start a list than before the update. Merlin is a great app on its own, but it should be a part of ebird. You should be able to ID a bird through Merlin on the ebird app instead of switching back and forth. Also, life list? No, Merlin has it?

  6. Nolan Wright-avatar

    Nolan Wright

    Have always enjoyed the app, but the last update did not improve it. In the past you could choose quickly from recent hotspots or locations. Now it forces you to use your location and then you have to change it from there. They claim this update gets you birding faster, but I have not found that to be true. Also, when I try to change location to a hotspot, it often says I don't have network connection and can't do so, even when network is working fine.

  7. Kevin Topping-avatar

    Kevin Topping

    This version is terrible. The introduction screen is unnecessary and makes getting started even slower. Then it's slow to start up a list. Can't select a location until I end the list. And what's up with the bird pack malarky? Do I really have to download a pack if I want to bird in Ohio or Arizona? I want the old version back. I'm seriously considering going back to using a journal and entering the list on my laptop when I get home. I won't be recommending this app anymore.

  8. A Google user-avatar

    A Google user

    I'm frustrated with my eBird app and need help to start using my android eBird app again. When I open the app I can't get past the first screen that says "Download Error". It says, "There was an error while downloading the checklist. You can try again or use the full taxonomy to start an offline checklist. If you choose to use the full taxonomy, you will need to confirm your location before submitting." The "Try again" option hasn't worked. I can't get past this screen. Any suggestions?

  9. Kianuko Alaska-avatar

    Kianuko Alaska

    eBird mobile has been my go-to method of recording bird sightings for several years. It was a good app until the update for a new version was pushed to my device over the weekend. I contacted eBird for help but felt my concerns were diminished. I suffered through three updates that did not resolve the problems. After the third update which, when installed, wiped clean all my recent locations, submitted and unsubmitted checklists, I determined it was time to revert to eBird Mobile v.1.9.6, the version immediately prior the new release. Several reviewers have requested the ability to roll back to a previous version, however, Cornell staff has not provided a method to accomplish the task. Before installing the old version be sure to back-up your data (eBird staff has provided directions about how to do a data back-up in a recent response to a review.) Searching for eBird 1.9.6 for Android I was able to locate the true APK file for the previous version and download it for installation. As Cornell Lab through Play Store is pushing the update without allowing the user to choose to allow the update, it is also necessary to disable by Unchecking the box on Play Store Enable Auto Updates. If you don't disable auto-updates for the app, eBird will again push the update onto your device. For my uses the new version has significant drawbacks as well as not being easily usable for those who are housebound. As I was not the only person in my area having trouble with the update I have decided to share my remedy for overcoming eBird and Cornell's poor implementation of an update which, in my mind, has effectively limited the usefulness of the previous eBird version.

  10. Jack Schmidt-avatar

    Jack Schmidt

    Thanks for the quick response! Behavior is similar after the update. I just started using the app on the recommendation of people from the local Audubon society. However, after registering and downloading the local bird pack, the program used to repeatedly loop the following: "Unfortunately SystemUi has closed." Touch anywhere and the screen flashes, then the lock screen comes back. If you unlock, ebird shows the create checklist screen, and the error repeats. With the update, I was able to start creating a checklist, but when I closed the checklist (hopefully without saving) the "Unfortunately" loop started again. Android is 8.0.0, Aug 1 2018 version. LG reports it is "up to date". I reinstalled ebird now from the app store (Sept 17th, 11am Eastern) so it should be the new version.