An ID guide to 42 of the most iconic animal species of the Peak District moors

Version1.1.3 (100158)
UpdatedMar 08, 2017 (4 years ago)
DeveloperNatural Apptitude Ltd
CategoryApps, Education

This app is a field guide to some of the most common and/or iconic moorland animal species found within the Peak District National Park and South Pennine moors. It now also gives you the ability to record 9 of the 42 species featured in the app and submit those records to the Moors for the Future Community Science Team.

This app will enable you to get a good feel for the types of birds, reptiles, mammals and insects you are likely to encounter on a walk across the moors. With text that covers key features and a photo gallery for each species you will soon be putting a name to the animals that make our moors such a unique place. There are also sound recordings for each of the bird species to help you identify them by their calls and songs.

The app also provides information about the work being done by the Moors for the Future Partnership, within the MoorLIFE project, and how this is helping to restore and preserve moorland habitats of European importance.

What's New

New recordable species added (Common Lizard, Adder and Common Toad).

Email: info@natural-apptitude.co.uk

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