Your observations of flora and fauna can provide invaluable information to the science community. The apps listed on this page make it easier than ever to identify what you’ve found and to record your sightings. Whether you are a primary school student or an amateur, or even professional biologist, these apps can enhance your contributions and your knowledge.
Atlas of Living Australia Mobile Apps
The OzAtlas app is freely available for recording your sightings of flora, fauna and fungi and submitting them directly to the Atlas of Living Australia.
The BioCollect mobile app. is a generic app providing on and offline access to projects and surveys in the BioCollect system.
The Australian Museum has just released an incredible new app called FrogID. You can discover which frogs live around you and help us count Australia’s frogs!
Start playing the world’s first mobile game that takes you outdoors to discover and help preserve life on our planet. Your sightings contribute to real research and conservation. Free to play.
Is a place where you can record what you see in nature, meet other nature lovers, and learn about the natural world. It a global social network for amateur naturalists.
Is a resource for teachers to implement in their classrooms. Ranger Vision offers a fun way to get your students outdoors, learning about and helping map biodiversity.