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Once downloaded, most do not require internet access to run. Leafsnap is a tree-identification app developed by a couple of professors and a Smithsonian botanist using face recognition software.
It features a collection of high-resolution images of leaves, flowers, and fruits. It is free and allows users to set up personal accounts to load their images and track their findings. Just point the device at the leaf you want identified, snap a picture, and the app will tell you what kind of tree it is though you will have to be in range of wireless internet or have a data plan on your phone. Most northeastern trees are currently available on the app, and any missing species will be included by spring, Jacobs said.
Charlie Rattigan, executive vice president of Green Mountain Digital, and creator of Audubon apps, said the digital guides offer more than a book can.
Tags: audubon, audubon guide, conservation, forest management, forestry, green mountain digital, habitat, ipad, iphone, ipod touch, leafsnap, northern woodlands, orvis, sustainability, touchpad, tree-identification app, trees, university of maryland, wildli. Nice, warm intro, Meghan. I just wanted to chime in with the mention of the iPod Touch think iPhone without the phone : more affordable and more portable than the iPad and Leafsnap et al.
Disclaimer: I own no stock in Apple! In keeping with Earth Day , this is a great article and is an example of how we can utilize technologies to better understand our environment.