NatureGate mobile

Identify species while on the go! Save your spottings, share them on the social media.

Includes free tool for identifying flowering plants. Birds, butterflies and fishes available as in-app purchases.

Identify species while on the go!

Our identification tools can also be used on mobile devices! The new version of the NatureGate mobile app is now available. With the revised app you can identify flowering plants, birds, butterflies and fishes. You can also save your observations and share them in the social media.

The new app is available for iPhone and later for Android as well.

About NatureGate

NatureGate enables you to find fascinating information about hundreds of wild species together with thousands of superb images captured by top photographers. You can view and search for species in various ways – for instance using their English names, their scientific names, or by genus or family. Our unique identification tools also help you to get to know new species. They make the task of discovering new species easy, fast and fun. Try one of these tools right right now!

Comprehensive information on nature in many languages

NatureGate mainly works in eight languages. Many of our featured species can be found right around the world. Our multilingual web services can benefit millions of people interested in nature, wherever they happen to be.

We also publish a free Finnish-language web magazine, featuring the latest news on the natural scene, longer articles and interviews, and news about our own work and events. Readers can also send questions about nature to the magazine section experts’ answers.

The NatureGate team welcome you to enjoy investigating the species featured on our site. We hope you will find our services both enjoyable and useful. Exploring our website should also give you a lot of good reasons to get outdoors and explore the natural environment!

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