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Description

ParksConnect presents this interactive field guide for Grand Canyon National Park. Designed for park visitors and enthusiasts, this app highlights over 100 plants and animals found in the park including amphibians, birds, insects, mammals, reptiles, wildflowers, trees, shrubs, cacti, and more. Use the app to enhance your Grand Canyon trip and see how many species you can identify.

App features include:
• 100+ plants and animals
• Species profiles
• Distribution charts
• Audio recordings
• Image gallery
• Detailed park map
• Offline connectivity

Species List:
Abert's Squirrel, American Badger, American Dipper, American Robin, Banana Yucca, Bark Scorpion, Big Brown Bat, Big Sagebrush, Bison, Black Widow Spider, Black-Chinned Hummingbird, Black-Tailed Jackrabbit, Bobcat, Bracken Fern, Broad-Tailed Hummingbird, Bushy-Tailed Woodrat, California Condor, Canyon Tree Frog, Canyon Wren, Century Plant, Cheatgrass, Chipping Sparrow, Cicada, Claretcup Cactus, Cliffrose, Collared Lizard, Common Raven, Coyote, Darkling Beetle, Desert Bighorn Sheep, Desert Cottontail, Desert Spiny Lizard, Engelmann Hedgehog Cactus, Four O’Clock, Fremont Cottonwood, Gambel Oak, Giant Hairy Scorpion, Gila Monster, Globe Mallow, Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel, Grand Canyon Rattlesnake, Gray Fox, Great Basin Rattlesnake, Great Basin Spadefoot Toad, Great Horned Owl, Great Plains Toad, Horsetail, Indian Ricegrass, Javelina, Juniper Titmouse, Kaibab Squirrel, Kanab Ambersnail, Least Chipmunk, Long-Nosed Leopard Lizard, Maidenhair Fern, Monarch Butterfly, Mountain Chickadee, Mountain Lion, Mourning Dove, Mule Deer, New Zealand Mudsnail, Northern Flicker, Ocotillo, Peregrine Falcon, Pinyon Jay, Pinyon Pine, Ponderosa Pine, Porcupine, Prickly Pear Cactus, Prickly Poppy, Quaking Aspen, Red Squirrel, Red-Spotted Toad, Red-Tailed Hawk, Rock Squirrel, Rocky Mountain Elk, Ruby-Crowned Kinglet, Rufous Hummingbird, Sacred Datura, Sagebrush Lizard, Sego Lily, Sentry Milk-Vetch, Short-Horned Lizard, Side Oats Gramma, Sonoran Gopher Snake, Southern Cattail, Speckled Rattlesnake, Spotted Towhee, Steller’s Jay, Tamarisk, Tarantula, Tarantula Hawk, Tiger Salamander, Townsend's Big-Eared Bat, Turkey Vulture, Utah Juniper, Violet-Green Swallow, Western Chuckwalla, Western Tanager, Whipple Cholla, White-Throated Swift, Woodhouse’s Toad, Yucca Moth, Zebra-Tailed Lizard, Zone-Tailed Hawk

What’s New

Version 2.2

• Updated app interface
• Added new photos

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

ebnurse ,

Great Grand Canyon guide!

This is a great field guide for the Grand Canyon for mobile devices. It's well-organized and has good pictures. I hope more guides for other national parks get made!

E.Beagle ,

Very Basic

Very basic features and content. Information is basic and limited. If you want a quick blurb of information this may be adequate. It says in-depth and stunning photos but is neither... simple info and photos. If developer significantly expands content then it could be worth a dollar; a ton more content may be worth $2. I got it for free and would feel robbed if I'd paid for it.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback. We’re working hard to make this app better with each release. We encourage you to check out each new version as we make improvements.

Jmuir108 ,

Grand Canyon

This App is the real deal. All you need to know right here. I particularly liked the pieces of little known information that went with the descriptions.

App Privacy

The developer, ParksConnect, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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