Who lives in your backyard?
Most animals are shy and rarely seen. However, skilled trackers manage to see a world full of wild animals.
iTrack Wildlife makes identifying tracks easier than ever before. Allow me to share this fascinating skill with you and it will change how you see the world.
iTrack Wildlife Apps:
- Are easy and fun to use.
- Contain hundreds of high resolution photos.
- Are filled with detailed and accurate information.
- Work in the wilderness – completely offline.
iTrack Wildlife Pro has over 800 track photographs, 138 track drawings, 120 skull photos, and powerful search tools.
- Apple’s ‘Apps for the Great Outdoors’
- Apple’s ‘New and Noteworthy Reference Apps’
- The New York Times!
Want the best animal tracks app for iOS, but not quite ready for iTrack Pro?
iTrack Wildlife Basic includes all the essential elements you will need to identify the tracks and sign of most common mammals.
This version includes tracks of 40 common mammals and 2 track and 2 sign photos for each species. You can upgrade to iTrack Wildlife Pro at any time for a discount by purchasing the app bundle.
Meet the Whole Family
iTrack Wildlife Pro is the most comprehensive digital field guide to animal tracks ever made. Whether you’re a naturalist, a hunter, a nature lover, an outdoor enthusiast, or a wildlife biologist, you will find iTrack Wildlife to be a terrific companion on your outdoor adventures. While the simple and intuitive design make this app accessible to the novice, the wealth of accurate information and powerful search tools will appeal to experts and wildlife professionals.
This definitive guide contains:
- Track and sign info for 70 mammals of North America (see full list below).
- Over 700 high quality track, sign, and animal photos with detailed captions.
- 120 detailed skull photos for 41 of the species.
- Precise front and hind track drawings for every animal.
- Detailed track, gait, and similar species descriptions.
- A beautiful, easy to use interface.
- The ability to zoom, pinch, and swipe between photos.
- The wikipedia page for each species is now stored in the app to allow viewing with no internet connection!
iTrack Wildlife goes far beyond what a traditional field guide can offer with powerful search tools that make track identification easier than ever before. Simply select basic characteristics of a track you want to identify and you will quickly narrow down your search to just a few similar tracks. Then, browse through the photos until you find your track.
Search by the following criteria:
- Common & Latin Name
- Track Length & Width
- Number of Toes
- Shape of Toes
- Claw Size
- Track Symmetry
- Mammal Family
- Location by US State, Canadian Province, or Mexico.
The app also contains illustrated help guides that offer numerous tracking tips and trick, including: illustrated explanations of gait patterns, measuring tracks, and track anatomy.
- American Badger
- American Beaver
- American Bison
- American Black Bear
- American Hog-nosed Skunk
- American Marten
- American Mink
- Bighorn Sheep
- Black-tailed Jackrabbit
- California Ground Squirrel
- Canada Lynx
- Chipmunk Spp
- Collared Peccary
- Cottontail Spp.
- Domestic Dog
- Eastern Gray Squirrel
- Feral Hog
- Fox Squirrel
- Gray Fox
- Gray Wolf
- Grizzly Bear
- Groundhog (Woodchuck)
- Harvest Mice Species
- Hispid Cotton Rat
- Jumping Mice Species
- Kangaroo Rat Species
- Kit Fox
- Long-tailed Weasel
- Mole Species
- Mountain Lion or Cougar
- Mule Deer
- Nine-banded Armadillo
- North American Porcupine
- Northern Raccoon
- Northern River Otter
- Pocket Gopher Species
- Pocket Mice Species
- Prairie Dogs
- Rat Species
- Red & Douglas’s Squirrel
- Red Fox
- Rock Squirrel
- Shrew Species
- Snowshoe Hare
- Spotted Skunk Species
- Striped Skunk
- Swamp Rabbit
- Virginia Opossum
- Vole Species
- Western Gray Squirrel
- White-footed or Deer Mouse
- White-tailed Deer
- Woodrat Species
- Wyoming Ground Squirrel
- Yellow-bellied Marmot
- Nov 11, 2016 – Times of Malta – Nature CSI: Good at identifying animals signs?
- Mar 12, 2016 – Good Sam – Wildlife Tracking with a Smartphone
- Feb 25, 2016 – Nature Conservancy Blog – 7 Resources for Natural History Nerds
- Aug 19, 2015 – Honeymoons – The Ultimate Guide to the Hottest Honeymoon Trend: Glamping
- July 27, 2015 – Inside Heinnie Haynes – 6 of the best Survival and Bushcrafting Apps for iPhone and Android
- July 14, 2015 – Fatherly – 7 Apps That Will Convince Your Kid You Know Everything About The Natural World
- June 17, 2015 – Family Traveller – Top 9 Travel Apps for Kids
- June 10th, 2015 – The Educator’s Room – Take Your Apps Outside
- May 26, 2015 – Creekside Learning – Cool Science Experiments ~ Back Yard Animal Tracking Station
- April 8, 2015 – Fairbanks Daily News-Miner – App and down the nature trail
- Feb 13, 2015 – Hunt. Fish. Repeat. – iTrack Wildlife
- Oct 10, 2014 – The Coloradoan – Top 10 mobile apps for the great outdoors
- May 26, 2014 – Mother Nature Network – How to use your kids’ gadgets to get them playing outdoors
- May 16, 2014 – Take Apart – 5 Easy Apps That Make Exploring Wildlife a Snap
- Mar 10, 2014 – Snowshoe Magazine – A New Found Passion: Wildlife Tracking and Identification
- Jan 22, 2014 – Mashable – 5 Apps for Adventurous Nature Nerds
- Jan 22, 2014 – Rain or Shine Mamma – Animal Tracking with Children
- Nov 19, 2013 – Sierra – Do High Adventure Apps Belong Outdoors?
- Oct 9, 2013 – New York Times – Cheat Sheets for Your Walk in the Woods
- August 2, 2013 – Verizon News Center – Keep Kids Learning All Summer Long
- June 2012 – Texas Coop Power – I Track Wildlife and So Can You