Nothing beats Audubon mobile field guides! With 1 million downloads, they are the most trusted authoritative field guide collection in North America. Highest quality at an affordable price.
Audubon Mammals, now with NatureShare, a new community where users are able observe, identify, and share their observations and photos with the NatureShare community, features in-depth information on 273 species. With a new gallery view for easy search and species comparison; drawings of mammal tracks; high-quality photos; sounds; and range maps, every species in Audubon Mammals contains detailed information, all accessed by fast and easy navigation.
◆ In-depth descriptions, with authoritative information on appearance, habitat, and more
◆ Over 575 high definition photographs with zoom-in capability, detailing every species with extraordinary clarity
◆ Fifty sounds associated with select species
◆ Range maps showing resident ranges
◆ ‘Journal’ feature allows you to track and annotate you personal sightings by location, and share with friends by email or Facebook
◆ Advanced search functions allows easy browsing by common or scientific name, color, shape, size and more
Share your mammal sightings with your friends by Facebook or email, and maintain your own Life Lists directly from the app.
About Audubon Guides:
Audubon Guides are a comprehensive suite of digital field apps created in alliance with National Audubon Society (NAS). For more information, please see: http://natureshare.com/home.html#apps.
About the Developer:
The National Audubon Society’s mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.
The Audubon mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.
Through its education, science and public policy initiatives, Audubon engages people throughout the U.S. and Latin America in conservation. Audubon’s Centers, and its sanctuaries and education programs are developing the next generation of conservation leaders by providing opportunities for families, students, teachers and others to learn about and enjoy the natural world. The science program is focused on connecting people with nature through projects like Audubon at Home and Great Backyard Bird Count. Audubon’s volunteer Citizen Scientists participate in research and conservation action in a variety of ways, from monitoring bird populations and restoring critical wildlife habitat to implementing healthy habitat practices in their own backyards. Audubon’s public policy programs are supported by a strong foundation of science, environmental education, and grassroots engagement. Working with a network of state offices, chapters, and volunteers, Audubon works to protect and restore our natural heritage.
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