Mammals of North America

Mammals of North America

Category: Reference
Version: 1.2
Adult Rating: 4+
Filesize: 92.67 MB
Compatibility:   iOS 9.3 +.
Score: 2
From 6 Ratings



Mammals of North America 1.2 IPA. Mammals of North America for iPhone/iPad. Mammals of North America latest version free download. Download Mammals of North America 1.2 for iPhone/iPad by directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 4+ to be able to install and run.

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The best-selling Princeton field guide to the land and marine mammals of the United States and Canada is now available in digital form on the App Store. All the beautiful and accurate illustrations as well as the easy-to-use functionality of the book have been kept while also adding extra features such as: ● The ability to expand the high-resolution images by tapping or rotating the device. ● Photographs that complement the illustrations of certain species. ● Calls for over 150 species (including multiple calls for some species). ● Quick swiping through the 459 mammals. ● The ability to easily find a species using either common or scientific names and in taxonomic or alphabetic order. ● The ability to only show species for a specified postal code. ● A compare feature that lets you view two species at the same time on the same screen. ● Interactive tracks that quickly link to the associated mammal. ● A personal record of mammal sightings that can be exported using email. *Uninstalling/reinstalling the program will result in the loss of your list; it is recommended that you export the list regularly to avoid any loss of data.


  • Not worth the money

    By EBE13
    Example skunk, American hog-nosed. Range map is grossly inaccurate.  Description either doesn’t include the numerous skunks I have seen or they haven’t seen a skunk.  Drawing doesn’t match the skunks I regularly see or have seen. They show one major white stripe center of the back I see two white stripes on back more to sides. I have pictures.  Don’t trust their naming conventions and the squirrel section is weak. I wanted an online guide but this isn’t it.
  • Poor

    By PappaD52
    Bought the app and not very good. Drawings not real pictures and not very well put together. I want my money back. Don’t waste your time on this one
  • Limited information

    By hanibl
    One or two pics per species. Short paragraph description. Worth $1.99 max.
  • Too Limited

    By dannerville
    I was surprised having paid $10 that it is so limited!
  • Great reference to have in your pocket

    By 2Birders
    This is a great reference to have in your pocket as you are enjoying the great outdoors.  The ability to filter by state is really nice for narrowing down the list of rodents.  This digital format works great.
  • Only metric

    By jbensman
    I have Sibleys and really love it, so I bought this one and am really disappointed.  Come on, this is for the US, it should not be in the metric system.  If you want to have metric and the US system, that would be fine.  For 9.99 its a rip off to only have metric measurements.  The calls leave a lot be be desired.  Not in the same class as Sibleys.  It also needs to be updated to support the new bigger screens.
  • None

    By Wm Mulligan
    Difficult to navigate,no photos,minimal descriptions.  Audubon has problems but far better.
  • Very disappointing

    By zeeman808
    This app makes some very questionable design choices, making it difficult and unpleasant to use. Two examples: first, even though the description says it will work with the iPad, it is NOT an iPad native app, meaning you either have to double the resolution or deal with a tiny display. It is basically unusable on the iPad, which, given the nature of the app, is inexcusable. This needs to be updated to support the iPad. Second, the app does not support changing orientations. You must hold the device in a particular orientation (portrait) at all times. For the relatively high price, I expect much more than what you get out of this app. Avoid it.
  • Mammals of North America (Princeton)

    By Jeff Offermann
    Awesome app. Works just like Sibley for NA birds, include compare feature and audio where applicable. Highly recommend.
  • North American Mammals

    By naturfan
    Design of the app is not especially creative. Also very expensive.


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