Project Noah 
is a tool to explore and document wildlife and a platform to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere.

Joining the Wildlife Social Network
Both a project and a series of web and mobile apps, Project Noah aims to help people catalog and identify wildlife all around them. Users can then browse other people’s discoveries, help them identify animals and plants they don’t recognize, and help assist in missions to locate species throughout the world.
While it’s built around cataloging nature from your smartphone, its web app offers all the same features so you don’t have to miss out, even if you don’t have the latest mobile devices. The Project Noah web app is beautifully designed with close attention to every detail that is usually reserved for iOS apps.
Most of us hate the idea of signing up for yet another social network, but Project Noah is simpler than most networks. You can browse other people’s submissions without creating an account.
Once you’ve decided to use it, it’s not that much trouble to create an account. Just sign in with your existing Google, Twitter, or Facebook account, and your account will automatically be setup. If you’ve already used a Project Noah mobile app, make sure to sign in with the same account you used there so your data will be the same in both locations.

Sign up with your existing social network accounts
From your profile dashboard, you’ll be able to see new animal and plant spottings from others, as well as favorite submissions, ones that need identified, and more. You can also see items you’ve submitted from the left side if you’ve used Project Noah’s mobile apps before.

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Project Noah 

is a tool to explore and document wildlife and a platform to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere.

Joining the Wildlife Social Network

Both a project and a series of web and mobile apps, Project Noah aims to help people catalog and identify wildlife all around them. Users can then browse other people’s discoveries, help them identify animals and plants they don’t recognize, and help assist in missions to locate species throughout the world.

While it’s built around cataloging nature from your smartphone, its web app offers all the same features so you don’t have to miss out, even if you don’t have the latest mobile devices. The Project Noah web app is beautifully designed with close attention to every detail that is usually reserved for iOS apps.

Most of us hate the idea of signing up for yet another social network, but Project Noah is simpler than most networks. You can browse other people’s submissions without creating an account.

Once you’ve decided to use it, it’s not that much trouble to create an account. Just sign in with your existing Google, Twitter, or Facebook account, and your account will automatically be setup. If you’ve already used a Project Noah mobile app, make sure to sign in with the same account you used there so your data will be the same in both locations.

Sign up with your existing social network accounts

From your profile dashboard, you’ll be able to see new animal and plant spottings from others, as well as favorite submissions, ones that need identified, and more. You can also see items you’ve submitted from the left side if you’ve used Project Noah’s mobile apps before.

(READ MORE)