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Leaf Snap Mobile AppLeaf Snap
Leafsnap uses recognition software to identify plants by their leaves. The app currently covers trees of the Northeast and Washington, DC.

FlorafolioFlorafolio
An interactive field guide to native trees, shrubs, perennials, ferns, vines, and grasses indigenous to Eastern Canada and the Northeastern United States.

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Uses 4,500 unique images to find and identify over 1,000 different species of trees and shrubs,

Audubon Mobile Apps Audubon Wildflowers 
Guide to flowers in North America, with taxonomic guides, range maps, natural history, and photos for over 1,600 flowers in the US and Canada.

TreeBookTreeBook
Includes 100 of the most common trees in North America as a helpful resource guide.

Adubon TreesAudubon Trees 
Guide to trees in North America, with taxonomic guides, range maps, natural history, and photos for over 700 species.

Fungitron – Mushroom Guide Fungitron – Mushroom Guide
Developed in cooperation with members of the Mycological Society, the iMushroom Guide is an original guide to edible, poisonous, exotic, and medicinal fungi.

Audubon MushroomsAudubon Mushrooms 
Covers over 560 common species of mushrooms, other fungi and slime mold, including photos,taxonomic information, species descriptions, and reference material.

USDA Dried Botanicals Identification Key shows the amateur to the professional botanist how to distinguish species from dry specimens. Apple App Store (iPhone) | Google Play (Android)

USDA Federal Noxious Weeds Key provides photographs, illustrations, and fact sheets to help identify 31 families of unwanted weeds. Apple App Store (iPhone) | Google Play (Android)

Bee SmartBee Smart 
Use Bee Smart™ Pollinator Gardener to browse through a database of 1,000 native plants, according to pollinators you want to attract, light and soil requirements, bloom color, and plant type.

Audubon Insects and SpidersAudubon Insects and Spiders 
Includes 510 of the most common species of insects and spiders found in North America, featuring habitat, range, size, and photographs of each species.

Audubon ButterfliesAudubon Butterflies 
Guide to over 600 butterflies of North America, with beautiful photographs to help in identification.

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Offers comprehensive identification, behavior, habitat and ecology information, hand-drawn illustrations, professional photographs, range maps, and playable calls for 924 North American and Hawaiian bird species.

BirdsEye
BirdsEye
Track your bird sightings and see others’ local bird observations.

Peterson Field Guide Mobile AppPeterson Field Guide
Guide to birds, including a log of those you’ve seen.

Audubon Mammals Audubon Mammals 
Guide to over 270 mammals in the U.S. and Canada, including information on appearance, habitat, ranges, natural history, and behavior; and photographs.

Find-A-FishFind-A-Fish 
An advanced freshwater game fish identification application with stunning artwork, accurate descriptions, and helpful hints to help you distinguish between 60+ freshwater species.

State of the AirState of the Air 
From the American Lung Association, this app gives you the ability to see air quality indexes and alerts anywhere in the United States.

Star WalkStar Walk 
Easily locate and identify 20,000+ objects in the night sky using a 360-degree, touch-control star map that displays constellations, stars, planets, satellites, and galaxies currently overhead.

Sky MapSky Map 
Identify stars and planets by pointing your device towards objects in the sky, zoom in and out, and switch various layers such as constellations, planets, grids, and deep sky objects.  Determine the locations of planets and stars relative to your own current location.

SoilWebSoilWeb 
Interface with the USDA-NRCS digital soil survey data to provide a graphical summary of the soils mapped at your current location

RockHoundRockHound 
Search over 150 sites to find a description of the area, and what rocks, gems, and minerals you may find there.

BirdiNaturalist/Encyclopedia of Life 
Record what you see in nature, meet other nature lovers, and learn about the natural world as part of the largest database of living things in the world.

Creek WatchCreek Watch 
Help monitor the health of your local watershed by snapping a picture and report how much water and trash you see. Data is aggregated and shared with water control boards to help them track pollution and manage water resources. 
WildObs Mobile AppWildObs Observer 
Easily report your wildlife sightings and identify species.  Your observations will be shown and tagged on National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Watch website.

Scispy Mobile AppSci.Spy
Snap a photo of wildlife and other items observed outdoors.  You can also partake in a citizen science mission or share your experiences with others.

iNaturalist Mobile AppiNaturalist
Log your nature-based sightings with or without a photo and write in your notes with the date and location automatically recorded.

Project NOAH mobile appProject Noah 
Participate in citizen scientist missions and explore, uploading photos and details about flora and fauna, and meet other nature enthusiasts.

MyNature TracksMyNature Tracks

Identify animal tracks, scat, and animal sounds

U.S. Army Survival GuideU.S. Army Survival Guide 
The entire U.S. Army survival guide on your hand-held device!

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