Audubon Trees — A Field Guide to North American Trees
Identify 716 North American trees with this iTunes "Apps for Earth Day top pick! Whether on the trail or in your backyard this AppStore recognized iPhone app will help you ID leaves, bark, cones, needles, fruits, flowers, and more. Get up-to-date and authroitative species information, brilliant color photos, detailed rangemaps, habitat information on hundreds of cedars, maples, oaks, pines and others.
Now you can track and annotate your sightings in the Journal feature. Geolocate your sightings on a map, record date, add notes and then share with friends via Facebook and email.
App also available for Android, and HP TouchPad.
All guides feature professional color photographs, in-depth descriptions of each species, fast and easy navigation, state-of-the-art search functions, real time availability, lifelists, sightings and photo albums. More Audubon Mobile Field Guide Features...
Watch the Audubon Butterfly app demo, which highlights features common to all of our field guide apps.
What People are Saying about Audubon Guides
“The National Audubon Society has come up with a grand idea that is perfectly suited for those who are into electronic gadgets.” — Washington Times
April 2011 — Apple App Store selected Audubon Trees as one of its Apps for Earth Day