Birding Utah: Now for Android.

Version 1.0 of Birding Utah for Android is Here.

Developed in partnership with Wasatch Audubon Society and Great Salt Lake Audubon, Birding Utah brings you over 150 excellent areas for birdwatching throughout this beautiful state, all vetted by local experts.

New app for the Utah birding trail!

Version 1.0 of Birding Utah for iOS is now released, optimized for iPad, iPhone, and iOS 8.

Developed in partnership with Wasatch Audubon Society and Great Salt Lake Audubon, Birding Utah brings you over 150 excellent areas for birdwatching throughout this beautiful state, all vetted by local experts.

Version 3.0 Released

New release with some great updates:

  • Now completely optimized for iPad, iPhone, and iOS 8.
  • New overview map features all stops along a loop.
  • Get turn-by-turn directions to stops using your favorite Maps App.
  • Stops Near Me updates much more effectively and efficiently.
  • Easier to get to your stops via Overview Map or Stop Lists.
  • Improved “When In Use” location services preserve battery life.
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements.

Plan your next trip on your iPad and be amazed! And thanks again for your support. We hope you are getting out to explore the birding hotspots of Washington state.

Version 2.0 released

Version 2.0 of Birding Trail contains many improvements:

  • iOS 7 compatibility.
  • Now you can mark a stop as a favorite from several different screens within the app including the Favorites screen itself.
  • New ‘Share’ tab was added on the stop screens (where the ‘star’ tab used to be).
  • Improvements were made to the Facebook experience.
  • Improvements were made to the accuracy of Wikipedia lookups of birds listed at stops.
  • Improvements were made to location awareness in Stops Near Me.
  • The Settings page is improved and includes new items: Tips, Rate this App, Terms of Service, and Privacy Policy.
  • Significant-change location services are now used to better preserve battery life.
  • Improvements were made to database integrity.
  • Network connection improvements were made.
  • Bug fixes.

Valuable updates

We’ve added a new stop to the Coulee Corridor loop: Sinlahekin Wildlife Area (Stop #54).

We hope you are getting out to explore the birdwatching hotspots of Washington. Haven’t yet planned your trip? Download one loop–or all seven–to help you start. All feature recently lowered prices for Spring/Summer!

Our first app!

Aves Amigos is proud to announce the release of our first product: BirdTrails WA, the first smartphone app that helps users explore the best places to birdwatch in Washington State. Based on data from the Great Washington State Birding Trail from National Audubon.