Twigle with Bird Photo Id is now Available on Android

Twigle with Bird Photo Id is now Available on Android

Twigle is now available for Android users to download from the Amazon Appstore. Twigle helps bird enthusiasts to quickly and easily identify birds as it automatically recognises birds from their photos and birdsongs. Simply take a photo of a bird or record a singing bird and Twigle will identify it.  

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Twigle for Android is nearly out

Twigle for Android is nearly out

Twigle helps bird enthusiasts to quickly and easily identify birds as it automatically recognises birds from their photos and birdsongs. Simply take a photo of a bird or record a singing bird and Twigle will identify it. Twigle is now available for Android users to download from the Amazon Appstore.        

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Saving Nature’s Clean Up Crew – BirdLife’s Campaign to conserve African Vultures

Saving Nature’s Clean Up Crew – BirdLife’s Campaign to conserve African Vultures

Most vultures are teetering on the brink of extinction across Africa. Considering the vital role they play in preventing spread of life-threatening diseases, we must do everything we can to save these unsung heroes.  [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”4″ gal_title=”Saving Natures Clean Up Crew – BirdLife] Read more about BirdLife’s campaign to save vultures and what you can […]

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Updated Version of Twigle with Bird Image Recognition & Birds of Southern Africa Now Available on App Store

Updated Version of Twigle with Bird Image Recognition & Birds of Southern Africa Now Available on App Store

We have published on the App Store an updated version of Twigle with a new feature that helps birdwatchers identify birds through bird image recognition. The app allows the user to simply take a photo of a bird and Twigle will identify the bird in the photo. This new update now also includes 350 birds of Southern […]

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Research suggests that magnetic field is migratory birds’ map

Research suggests that magnetic field is migratory birds’ map

A recent study in Russia confirmed that birds use the earth’s magnetic field to find their way. Scientists captured migrating Eurasian reed warblers on the Baltic. The birds were flying to Saint Petersburg and were instead moved 960km east to Moscow where they are subjected to simulated conditions of the Baltic except for the magnetic […]

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Tropical birds make rare appearance in Baltimore Harbour

Tropical birds make rare appearance in Baltimore Harbour

A pair of tropical birds called brown boobies have made a rare visit to Baltimore Harbor, attracting hundreds of birders . These seabirds are usually found in the Caribbeans and are not likely to hang around for long and they will head back south once the temperature gets colder than what they are comfortable with. Phil […]

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