The best-selling series of National Audubon Society Field Guides have gone digital, putting the most authoritative and comprehensive information about the natural world on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Droid, and many other mobile devices. The Audubon Guide apps provide a wealth of interactive information, giving nature lovers a fun and exciting experience that makes outings richer, more informed and instantly sharable.
"Mobile devices allow users to explore nature in more fun and interactive ways than ever before," said Andrew Stewart, publisher of The National Audubon Society, the digital media company that created the Audubon Guide apps in alliance with the National Audubon Society. "Features like interactive search functions, audio of bird calls, GPS-tracking, and the ability to share outings with family and friends transform the outdoor experience into a seamless journey of nature, science, and education. These new apps change field guides as we know them."
The Audubon Guide apps use updated and expanded content from the authoritative National Audubon Society Field Guides to cover thousands of plants and animals. The apps include more than 8,000 professional color photographs, over 2,300 bird songs and calls, thousands of range maps, in-depth species descriptions with updated information about behavior, habitat, the natural history of plant and animal families and species, extensive reference materail and much more.
All of the information in the Audubon Guides is available in real time without an internet connection, and is accessible through an elegant and intuitive interface. Welcome to the future of field guides: The Audubon Guides.