myRefuge – maps and information on bird watching, trails, and historic sites in National Wildlife Refuges

myRefuge – maps and information on bird watching, trails, and historic sites in National Wildlife Refuges

By Zaia Design

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2011-12-08
  • Current Version: 2.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 19.90 MB
  • Developer: Zaia Design
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 5.1 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 38 Ratings

Description

Bird watcher? Wildlife photographer? Hiker? This is the app for you. With information for 300 National Wildlife Refuges, myRefuge puts access to the best locations for wildlife viewing, bird watching and outdoor recreation opportunities in the US right at your fingertip. With more Refuges being added every day, myRefuge is a must have for any trip planner or wildlife enthusiast. Get myRefuge today and start exploring National Wildlife Refuges near you! Now always free!

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Reviews

  • Refuges are missing

    2
    By Marjie1976
    I like this app but you need to update because there are. A few just in Nevada that are missing. Please update your app. I really like it but would love it if you would have up to date info.
  • crashes and holes...

    1
    By eeyores
    crashes like crazy. maps that are available for refuges online are not listed! can't load them into the app from the fws website either. all in all, app seems pretty pointless. you are better off using the web interface than this app.
  • Keep Developing

    2
    By Cturtlemel
    Great concept but wish it had more features and descriptions of the Refuges. This app should be developed more to include more information. Also would be great if it had a check list like the National Parks App so one could check off the Refuges that you've been to.
  • Good Idea but not developed enough

    1
    By MeanMoma
    Once this app has more sites in it, it will be great. Would be really cool if state parks and marshes and other areas were listed too, not just wildlife refuges. There aren't a lot of those around. Maps are hard to read and you can't expand them. Frustrating.
  • Great potential

    3
    By Darcy Pinotti
    Great idea with a lot of potential as more locations are added with higher quality maps. They are grainy on an iPad.
  • Great app

    4
    By Ron&Christina
    Love the map feature.
  • Great start

    3
    By AlexLamoreaux
    A great start to what hopefully develops into a more comprehensive NWR app. The maps in this are great and very useful. Should have a way to keep track of the refuges you have visited and how many species you have seen at each...integration with eBird?
  • Missing

    4
    By SB listener
    Please ADD Loxahatchee NWR to this App.
  • Not worth it.

    1
    By Katholena
    I live by two large parkland a WMA and none are on here.only map is for a park that is over 150 miles away.
  • Wanted to like it

    2
    By naturehiker
    This app works great on my iPad 4, but it is useless on my iPhone 5. It will not populate for the state of Washington. I wish someone would figure it out and fix the bugs.

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