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Dragon Finder

Dragon Finder App

Dragon Finder App

app_1-001Froglife are delighted to introduce you to the Dragon Finder app – it’s available to download for FREE!

The app is available on iPhone and Android devices – just search for “Dragon Finder”:



Always download the Dragon Finder App from a trusted source

If you have already downloaded the old version of the app make sure that you delete this from your device before downloading this second version.

With the app you can:

– Identify reptiles and amphibians:

app_5-001Identify adult reptiles and amphibians as well as their eggs, larvae and calls. Simple questionnaires, illustrations and photographs will help you identify animals, and you can compare photographs of different species to make sure you’ve identified the animal correctly.

– Report a sighting.

Submit your records quickly and easily using the recording form. Use your phone’s GPS function to determine your location or manually input your location. Use this form to submit information about dead or diseased animals to help track the spread of deadly diseases in the UK. Each time you submit a species record, you are given a gold star for that species to help you keep a track of the animals that you’ve spotted
– why not see how many stars you can collect?!app_4

(N.B. To use your iPhone’s GPS settings you need to turn on Location Services.  To do this go into Settings – Privacy – Location Services and make sure location is turned on for the Dragon Finder app.  If the app doesn’t automatically let you use GPS, try turning Location Services for the Dragon Finder app off and on again.)

– Find out more about individual species.

Read about the distribution, ecology, life-cycle, eggs and larvae of each species. Get tips for identification. Listen to recordings of calls.

– Check out this great video: