The Instant Wild app allows you to view animals in their natural habitats by sending your photographs taken from camera traps. The app, created by the Zoological Society of London, features 50 camera traps from around the world. Part of the aim of this app is to allow users to help identify the animals in the photographs, as opposed to someone having to sift through thousands of photographs on their own. It’s currently free to download, so try it out while you can.
Developed by the Zoological Society of London, this unique app lets you monitor wildlife from the comfort of your home or even on your daily commute. You may be the first to discover a new species, or rediscover an animal once thought to be extinct, all on your iPhone.
The Instant Wild App enables you to see the latest captured images from our camera traps around the world, receive a notification when a camera—one you’ve elected to follow—takes a new photo, and help our conservation researchers by attempting to identify the species in the image (and learn a little about the species that are out there at the same time!). – App Description
Link: Instant Wild App