The source files are at Xeno-Canto http://www.xeno-canto.org
North America - includes the Caribbean;
This set can be viewed at http://www.xeno-canto.org/set/1590 and was curated by Gerard Gilliland.
Think of this set as an introduction to birding or as reference material for a class: Common North American Birds 101. The Xeno-Canto number is associated with each recording (Bird Common Name XCnumber) and metadata is available with each file. No recordings are modified. However, they are converted to Android smart phone format (m4a). The songs fall under the Creative Commons licenses and allow users to download and distribute recordings under certain conditions specified by the license associated with each file. I thank the recordists for the use of their files.
The recordists are: (alphabetical)
Ezekiel S. Jakub
Richard E Webster
Thomas G. Graves
Start this app then select Songs.
You can view the Names of the songs, Xeno-Canto recording number, Genus Species, Red List abbreviation, Region, Sub-Region, and Meta Data in this app.
You can delete the songs you don't want to load into Birding Via Mic.
You will need the app Birding Via Mic to play, edit, define, and identify the songs.
To transfer the songs:
Start this app and tap the Songs button.
Verify the list of songs comes up.
Start the app Birding Via Mic,
Select the Path > "North American Common",
Tap the Load Now button.
If you don't see the songs in Birding Via Mic, make sure you have selected the Region, and Red List these songs are listed in, and verify the option "Use Location" is set false.
When you are satisfied the songs have transferred, Uninstall this Birding Via Mic - North American Common to recover memory.
If you are running on Android Version 6.0 or greater, verify your permissions are turned on:
Settings > Applications > Application Manager > Birding Via Mic_NAC > Permissions
Also, check the permissions for Birding Via Mic.
Thank you and Best Birding.