July 12, 2020

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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!!

Celebrate National Parks Week

Were all about National Parks week here at MyNature.  April 16th is the start of  National Parks Week and to help you celebrate were having a 50% off sale on our two newest park apps.  Yosemite Tracks, Trees & Wildflowers and Sequoia/Kings Canyon Tracks, Trees & Wildflowers.  Both nature apps hit the iTunes store just in time for the holiday week.  Soon to join the MyNature  National Park series will be Tracks, Trees & Wildflowers of Yellowstone National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, Glacier and Grand Teton National Park. We’ll surely have a nature app for you no matter which park your heading to!!

With any one of our National Park apps you be able to identify over 30 animal tracks, the sign they make as well as the scat the leave behind.  Not sure whether it’s a Grizzly Bear track or Black Bear track, Mule Deer scat or Moose Scat, no worries it’s all in the app.  Maybe one of those Gray Wolves out in Yellowstone just chased you up a tree…… yep!! you guessed it, you can even ID the tree while your sitting in it waiting for help to arrive.  And guess what? if you are rescued from that tree and your walking back to  camp make sure you stop and smell the flowers.  We’ve got over 240 wildflowers packed into our National Park app.  Answer any one or a combination of the MyNature 15 question search and you’ll be able to  tell the difference between Baby Blue Eyes and a Black Eyed Susan.  You’ll know more than the resident Naturalist in no time. The MyNature National Park App will identify whatever has 4 legs, grows tall or flowers pretty, this will soon become your favorite app on your outdoor expedition.

Look for anyone of our National Parks icons to  take along on your next trip.  Learn a little nature, tracks, trees and wildflowers, you’ll be glad you did. 

Happy Parks Week America !!