Safari Travel Apps to consider...

We know you will have a smartphone with you so why not consider having these apps to enhance your visit;

 

 

SASOL eBIRDS

 

FEATURES:

● Universal app (works on BOTH iPhone and iPad)

● Swipe to move to the next or previous species.

● 969 Species found in the Southern African region and includes images, distribution maps and text descriptions.

● Over 2800 photographs for 833 species (additional in-app purchase required).

● Audible calls for over 630 bird species

● A “Smart Search” that allows you to easily identify a bird using beak shape, bird size, bird colour and habitat.

● You can select a region of Southern Africa, so that the lists of birds throughout the program display only the birds in your region.

● “Bird Compare” allows you to compare two birds side by side on the same screen (including calls, illustrations and photographs).

● A personal bird list that stores your bird sightings saved to the device* and can be exported using email.

● View the Bird Index by English, Afrikaans or Scientific bird names.

 

Apple ITunes store

Google Play Store

 

Roberts Birds Multimedia

 

The ROBERTS MULTIMEDIA BIRDS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA iOS EDITION is a comprehensive and interactive application that combines multimedia data on 968 Southern African bird species with seven interactive modules for every aspect of mobile birding

 

Apple ITunes store

Google Play Store

 

Stuart's SA Mammal Guide

 

Discover and explore all 529 southern African mammal species with this comprehensive app by experts Chris and Mathilde Stuart. Fully updated and revised from the 4th edition, this app now extends coverage to Angola, Zambia, Malawi and northern Mozambique, featuring all southern African mammals, from aardvark, shrews and bats to the dolphins and whales that inhabit coastal and deeper waters. Detailed species entries, photographs, videos, calls, distribution maps and search-by-country functionality enable quick identification, making this app the go-to field tool for students, scientists and all nature lovers.

 

Apple ITunes store

Google Play Store

 

Mammal Guide of Southern Africa

 

Based on the renowned reference work "Mammals of Southern Africa" from Burger Cillié, the app covers 137 species. All larger mammals of the southern African sub-region are included. With more than 200 excellent colour images, plus distribution maps, tracks, and animal calls this app is the ultimate digital pocket field guide! Easy identification with the advanced compare mode. This app was produced and designed by experienced biologists.

 

Apple ITunes store

Google Play Store

 

Trees of Southern Africa

 

This interactive version of Braam and Piet van Wyk’s Field Guide to Trees of Southern Africa is an essential field guide for those visiting and living in the region with an interest in tree species. It describes over 840 of the more common and accessible tree species found in the Southern African region.

 

This guide has species arranged in 43 logical groups based on easy-to-observe leaf and stem characteristics.

 

Apple ITunes store

Google Play Store

 

Wildlife of Southern Africa [General guide]

 

Get up close and personal with all the common wildlife found in southern Africa. 
Perfect for amateur explorers or those with a general interest in the region, the app covers 1526 species accounts which includes brief descriptions, illustrations, photos, calls, and distribution maps for most species.

Categories covered:
• Lower invertebrates
• Spiders and other arachnids
• Insects
• Freshwater fishes
• Frogs
• Reptiles
• Birds
• Mammals
• Grasses, sedges, ferns and fungi
• Wild flowers
• Trees

 

Apple ITunes store

Google Play Store

 

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