Friday, 5 June 2015

Snakes of North Carolina iPhone App- FREE! - via Herp Digest

This app features more than 150 color photographs and descriptions of the 37 non-venomous and venomous snakes found in North Carolina. Additionally, it provides information about the important roles snakes play in the state’s ecosystems, provides information on snake conservation efforts, provides helpful information regarding snakebite and answers frequently asked questions, such as “Do snakes chase people?” and “Are snakes slimy?” 

This app is based on the book A Guide to the Snakes of North Carolina written by Michael E. Dorcas which is available on Amazon.

·         Identify all 37 species of snakes with in-depth descriptions including information on diet/feeding, habitat/range, reproduction and miscellaneous facts. 
·         Scroll through multiple images of each species.
·         Geographic range map of each species with county boundaries.
·         Search for species by both common name and scientific name.
·         Information about what to do if bitten by a venomous snake.

DOWNLOAD by clicking HERE from within Mail on your iPhone 

App developed by Christian Hatch, Cyrus Bahram, and Patrick Devlin
Only available for iPhone

Michael E. Dorcas, Ph.D.
Nancy and Erwin Maddrey Professor of Biology
Department of Biology
Davidson College
Davidson, NC 28035-7118

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