Garmin BirdsEye Satellite Imagery

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Transfer an unlimited amount of high-resolution satellite images to your compatible Garmin handheld device with this one-year subscription to BirdsEye Satellite Imagery. With 0.5-meter-per-pixel resolution in many areas and zoom levels from 12 miles to 20 feet, these are some of the most highly detailed maps available. Coverage area and imagery quality are continuously updated. Aerial photos of roads, trails and other land features give you a true representation of your surroundings. Overlay vector maps such as Topo U.S. 100K on your handheld GPS for a better view of terrain contours and other topographical information. Manage and load satellite images using Garmin’s free BaseCamp software on your computer.
Compatible units: Astro® 320, Colorado® 300, Colorado 400c, Colorado 400i, Colorado 400t, Dakota® 10, Dakota 20, Edge® 800, eTrex® 20, eTrex 30, GPSMAP® 62, GPSMAP 62s, GPSMAP 62sc, GPSMAP 62st, GPSMAP 62stc, GPSMAP 78, GPSMAP 78s, GPSMAP 78sc, Montana™ 600, Montana 650, Montana 650t, Oregon® 200, Oregon 300, Oregon 400c, Oregon 400i, Oregon 400t, Oregon 450, Oregon 450t, Oregon 550, Oregon 550t, Rino® 610, Rino 650, Rino 655.

Lining and Layers:

  • Allows you to layer the Garmin vector maps on your handheld (such as TOPO 100K, TOPO 24K or City Navigator®) with BirdsEye Satellite Imagery for a real-life view of roads, buildings and terrain.


  • High-resolution sub-meter color satellite imagery captures the world in brilliant clarity and detail.
  • Unlimited access to high-resolution satellite images
  • Lets geocachers determine the terrain type around a cache and identify parking areas close to the caches.
  • Helps hikers and campers find trails/trailheads and clearings for camping areas.
  • Makes it easy for hunters to perform preseason scouting, determine placement of stands and locate game pinchpoints.
  • Allows travelers to view tourist hot spots and landmarks from an aerial view to make excursions memorable without getting lost.
  • Aerial photos of roads, trails and other land features
  • Zoom levels from 12 miles to 20 feet
  • Transfer an unlimited number of satellite and aerial images to your device with this subscription and free software BaseCamp™.
  • One-year subscription to BirdsEye Satellite Imagery

Quickly transfer high-resolution satellite imagery to your Garmin handheld device to get a true representation of your surroundings with a subscription to BirdsEye Satellite Imagery.

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Garmin BirdsEye Satellite Imagery Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

It places you right there.

With minimal information, i was able to find a good
fix on a location I was looking for. And I was able to find
a better route to the remote location. the place I was
prospecting in Nevada was like stepping on the moon.
The imagery with the Garmin 650t and Base camp kept me right on the way points and I was able to get it right the first trip.
avmechanic at Cabelas on 10/02/2012

Neutral Reviews:

out of date

The Birdseye I just downloaded for my area is atleast 6 years old (based on my new house not showing) and probably much older based on known growth shown in planted pine fields compaired to what the Birdseye shows.. You can not count on it to identify fields, cut over or woods as they currently exsist in my area of Virgina. If you were coming here cold to hunt, not knowing the area you would be very much confused. You could easily end up in a new subdivison or someones yard. A woods can be field, a field regrowth, or you could walk into my 5 year old pond. If you know the area and can adjust what it shows to what you know then it is usable. If not and you are trying to direct someone to keep up with your deer dogs good luck. It is better than the topo download since those topo maps are extremely old, In never changing areas it would get 5 stars. In Southwest Virginia no way. Customer service was excellent.
concordwizard at Cabelas on 12/06/2012


I have bee completly happy with this product, the images are pretty good from further up (around 800 ft.), but if you try to get any closer than that it gets blurry. I only gave 3 stars because of that and the fact that you can only down load a small tract of land at one time, granted you can down download as much as you possibly can inside of the 1 year subscription but it is very time consuming to have to download several small tracts to cover a large area and if you go below 800 ft. above the picture is useless
massachusettsbowhunter at Cabelas on 08/29/2012

Could br better

The concept is great. It's like watching yourself on google map...BUT
Problem #1 for me is that I use it for finding ponds and waterways through the marsh where there is little contrast between the vegetation and water. add that to the screen size/quality of a handheld and you get confusion.
Problem #2 is that out of 2 maps that I created, both contained some clouds that hide parts of my map.
TSJZ at Cabelas on 10/25/2013