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Celebrate the National Park Service 100th Anniversary!
Created for Grand Canyon National Park visitors and explorers, this mobile field guide offers a one-of-a-kind view into the flora and fauna of one of the most visited U.S. national parks. Use the app to enhance your Grand Canyon trip and see how many species you can identify. Fun and informative for all ages!
App features include:
• 50+ plants and animals
• In-depth descriptions
• Stunning nature photography
• Animal audio recordings
• Distribution charts
• Ecological status
• Field notes
• Safety tips
Abert's Squirrel, Banana Yucca, Bark Scorpion, Big Sagebrush, Black-Chinned Hummingbird, Bobcat, Brittle Fern, California Condor, Canyon Tree Frog, Canyon Wren, Cheatgrass, Claretcup Cactus, Collared Lizard, Common Raven, Coyote, Desert Bighorn Sheep, Desert Spiny Lizard, Engelmann Hedgehog Cactus, Four O'Clock, Fremont Cottonwood, Gambel Oak, Globe Mallow, Grand Canyon Rattlesnake, Gray Fox, Great Basin Spadefoot Toad, Great Horned Owl, Indian Ricegrass, Kanab Ambersnail, Maidenhair Fern, Mexican Cliffrose, Monarch Butterfly, Mountain Lion, Mule Deer, Northern Sagebrush Lizard, Peregrine Falcon, Pinyon Jay, Pinyon Pine, Ponderosa Pine, Porcupine, Prickly Pear Cactus, Prickly Poppy, Red-Spotted Toad, Red-Tailed Hawk, Rock Squirrel, Rocky Mountain Elk, Sacred Datura, Sego Lily, Short-Horned Lizard, Side Oats Gramma, Sonoran Gopher Snake, Southern Cattail, Tarantula, Tiger Salamander, Utah Juniper, Western Chuckwalla, Whipple Cholla, Woodhouse's Toad, Yucca Moth
iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
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