So, apologies if you don’t have a smart phone, and we know it isn’t for everyone, but if you do have one this is a really wonderful ‘app’ that saves dragging various books out and about to identify wildlife.
This app, along with others for different states, has been developed by Museum Victoria. It features full descriptions of over 600 species with photos and artwork, sound recording for birds and frogs, and distribution maps depicting where best to look for them. This could keep you amused for hours.
We would love anyone that does have a smart phone (Android or Apple) to down load it, give it a go and feedback to us, so we can review it in our next newsletter. Find out more about downloading it here or search in the ”App store” on your phone
If you are more of a book person, then the Environment Centre NT are working on a project to produce a Field Guide- Wildlife of the Top End.
Click the picture below to read the flyer