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iNaturalist

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iNaturalist is one of the world’s most popular nature apps. Use the app to record observations, learn about nature by talking with others in the iNaturalist community, and connect with scientists and naturalists to help with plant and animal identification. Data shared through iNaturalist contributes to biodiversity science and protection of the natural world.

Educators who want to use iNaturalist with their students are encouraged to review this teacher’s guide

 

Cost: Free
Available for Apple and Android devices

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