October 16, 2019

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What Animal Track Did You Find?

There are quite a few hoofed animals running around North America. Big ones, small ones, fast ones and slow ones. The abundance of them may leave you wondering whose track you found. Below are 8 hoofed mammal tracks, see if you can match up the track to the animal.

  • Whitetail Deer
  • Wild Boar
  • Mule Deer
  • Bison
  • Caribou
  • Mose
  • Elk
  • Antelope

Whitetail and Mule Deer will be difficult to ever tell apart by just an image but take your best guess.  Scroll down to the bottom to reveal the answers.

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You can turn your Andriod or iPhone  into a field guide to animal tracks with the MyNature Animal Track and Scat App and you’ll know for certain whose track you did find!!

Look below for the answers and let us know how you did.

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  • A – Whitetail track
  • B – Mule Deer track
  • C – Antelope track
  • D – Caribou track
  • E – Bison track
  • F – Wild Boar track
  • G – Elk track
  • H – Moose track

Enjoy the Outdoors!!

Nature Apps

This past week saw the addition of four more of our National Park Tracks, Trees & Wildflower Apps released for the iPhone. Yellowstone National Park, Glacier, Grand Teton and Grand Canyon National Park join Yosemite and Sequoia Kings Canyon in our growing list of Nature Apps.  The MyNature National Park App series are specific identification field guides for animal tracks, tree and wildflowers species found within each national park.  You’ll be able to identify over 30 mammal tracks, native trees and anywhere from 120 to 240 wildflowers depending on which national park your visiting.

Were proud to add the National Park series of nature apps to our growing list of available apps for your iPhone.  Our flagship app MyNature Animal Tracks which recently underwent a major update and the MyNature Tree Guide is currently in the shop where were updating that popular guide with a new, sleeker UI and adding a few dozen new species of trees to the list.

What’s in store for future Nature Apps with us?  Well, we would like to expand our National Park series with 1 or 2 new parks in the coming year. Within the next few weeks our newest app on Fishing Knots should be in the app store. That app will feature 13 common fishing knots and is a preview of what to expect in the MyNature Fish Guide which were hoping to have out by the Spring of 2012, just in time for Trout season!

We here at MyNature Inc. would like to thank you for your support over the past two years and we know that with your continued support and positive feedback we can achieve future growth in the field of Nature Apps and bring you exceptional content to help you enjoy your days in the field.

Happy Hiking  !!