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Invasive species are non-native plants, animals, and insects that harm native species, ecosystems, native people’s cultural resources, and industries such as agriculture, forestry, and hydropower. Expansions of global trade and increases in human mobility have resulted in unprecedented invasion by invasive species. These species threaten biodiversity, habitat quality, and ecosystem function and are believed to have contributed to the decline of 42% of the endangered and threatened species in the United States. In Washington, the costs of dealing with invasive species are in the millions of dollars each year.

Managing invasive species here in Washington State is complex due to the number and types of pathways through which species are introduced. A number of local, state and federal agencies and organizations work to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species, physically control or eradicate them, monitor their distribution, and understand their characteristics. Now you can help contribute to identifying and reporting invasive species before they become a bigger problem. The goal of this mobile app is to make species identification easier and help improve detection and reporting of harmful invasive species statewide

You can submit invasive species sighting reports directly with your mobile device where they occur. These sighting reports are submitted to Washington Invasive Species Council (WISC) staff and technical experts throughout the state to review and approve sighting reports. Sightings that are approved will be viewable directly through the app’s mapping tool. You can also learn more about priority invasive species in Washington with easy-to-understand descriptions and images. This mobile app is part of an integrated invasive species reporting and outreach campaign for WISC that also includes a website with an online reporting form.


GPS and Photo Tools Easy species reporting uses your GPS to capture your current location and an image of your sightings.

Offline Caching Report sightings that can be saved on your phone for uploading when you have network connectivity.

Easy-to-Learn Species Info Images and information on Washington Invasive Species Council’s priority plant and animal species.

View other sighting reports Dynamic distribution maps showing confirmed sightings of all species captured through the app from your current location.

Established by the Legislature in 2006, the Council provides policy-level direction, planning, and coordination for combating harmful invasive species throughout the state and preventing the introduction of others that may be potentially harmful. More information is available at www.invasivespecies.wa.gov.

What’s New

Version 4.1.2

-The number of reports in the queue is displayed on the app badge to indicate there are reports that need to be uploaded.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

DIR Diver ,

Great app!

Thanks for the recent updates. The app works well.

Milotic1234 ,

Report sighting button didn't work

Loud American bullfrogs croaking in my neighborhood; I tried to report using the app, but after pressing "report sighting", then dragging the pin then tried to press "report sighting" again, the second button simply won't work.

IPhone X

Lara NL ,

Useful tool

A neat tool for hiking — I often see invasive species in the forest and didn’t think to report them. Handy.

The app is a bit clunky but I assume it will improve. Still usable.


Charles T. Bargeron
21.4 MB

Requires iOS 12.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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