birdJam Doubles its Definitive Photography Collection With Photos By Famed Bird Photographers Brian Small and Robert Royse

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iPod-based birdJam now includes more than 460 North American bird photos for fast bird identification by thousands of novice to expert birders.

birdJam, the powerful iPod-based bird identification resource used by thousands of birders, has more than doubled its bird identification photography collection. Working with famed bird photographers, Brian Small and Robert Royse, the birdJam Collection now includes more than 460 photographs selected specifically for their display of definitive field marks. Additional photographs will be added throughout the Fall.

"We launched the revolution in bird song identification with 'birdPod,' and we keep a sharp focus on delivering a continuous stream of easy-to-use yet sophisticated birdJam enhancements to radically improve bird watching," explained Denese Van Dyne, a birdJam partner. "We love to delight 'birdJammers' with straightforward capabilities without burdening them with unnecessary and complex information or features."

birdJam delivers 650 songs of North American birds on an Apple iPod, eliminating the need to struggle with multiple tapes, CDs or a stylus. With a birdJam iPod, any North American bird can be found within 15 seconds from the easily-accessed and intuitive playlists organized in alphabetic and phylogenetic order, and by habitat, family, "sound-alikes," geographic locations, festivals and playlists contributed by the growing community of birdJam birders.

The birdJam Definitive Photo Collection is priced at $19.99. As new photographs become available, birdJammers who previously purchased the collection will be able to download them free of charge.

Since 2005, birdJam has delivered the simplest and most convenient birding tool to thousands of novice to expert birders. Visit http://www.birdjam.com to learn more. birdJam is developed and distributed by MightyJams LLC. MightyJams annually contributes five percent of company profits to The Nature Conservancy and other non-profits dedicated to the conservation, enjoyment and rehabilitation of birds.

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