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Wanna explore your world?

Choose your App, install and go out!

What can you discover?

Post your findings for a purpose!

Don't walk alone.

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You care about the world? Welcome to SPOTTERON Apps!

On SPOTTERON, you can explore your world and contribute your findings in community-driven apps. From nature observation and environmental protection to art and culture - on SPOTTERON, you can find many topics to start right away! You can log in with the same user account in all the apps on the platform and become part of the community! Let's discover the world together!

As a working mom, it's always a challenge to find things that are "cool" enough for the kids but also educational. The SPOTTERON apps are a blessing as they provide both. I can leave the kids outside for hours to explore the spiders in the garden instead of playing computer games all day - and they love it! It's a win-win!

Anne from SpiderSpotter

Being a farmer, observing nature is something I've been doing my whole life. Now that I'm retired, I follow my second passion, bee-keeping. On the Spot-A-Bee app, I can talk to a community of young people with similar interests - minus the hard work of actual farming.

Joseph from Spot-A-Bee

The apps on SPOTTERON have inspired me to take up a new hobby during the lockdown! Now, going out into the forest by myself is more fun and feels less lonely, and like there is more purpose to it, as I learn so much about the nature surrounding us. 

Jane from Nature's Calendar

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Spotted by John Martin in Big City Birds

Spotted by Tsarmina in ArtSpots

Spotted by Nick Westerman in BrushTurkeys
She came into the house while I was outside. Very confused and frightened by windows that blocked her path. Could not coax her out with food. Managed to scare her towards the open door. She did 3 very dark liquid shits in fear. She has not fled the backyard so no long term fear. This has happened once before.

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
...und verlässt den Ort des Geschehens sofort wieder

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
fliegt Sikahirsch-Jungtier an

Spotted by markymark666 in Big City Birds

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
sucht nach Futter im frisch abgesetzem, "nashornwarmen" Kot

Spotted by markymark666 in Big City Birds
Sitting in a group. Alarm call when dog approached.

Spotted by John Martin in Big City Birds

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
ruft

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
fliegt sehr knapp über dem Nashorn

Spotted by John Martin in Big City Birds
Mound maintenance

Spotted by John Martin in Big City Birds

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
reisst ruhendem Sikahirsch Haare aus

Spotted by John Martin in Big City Birds

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
Krähe fliegt Nashorn an

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
Krähe läuft eine ganze Weile neben dem Nasnhorn her

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
letzte Phase des Anflugs

Spotted by Nick Westerman in BrushTurkeys
Is exploring our backyard and is not alarmed about me being so close

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
jetzt hat sie ihr Ziel fast erreicht

Spotted by John Martin in Big City Birds

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
fliegt Sikahirsch von hinten an

Spotted by Gjafall in KraMobil
ist auf Sikahirsch gelandet

Spotted by Danny VG in Pilzfinder

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Nature's Calendar

Observe plants and animals during the seasons for climate change research
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ArtSpots

Spot art, creative spaces, street art and graffiti in your city or town
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Global2000 LitterBug

Remove litter and waste from nature to help the environment
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CoronaReport

Share how you feel about the Corona-Virus pandemic in your daily life
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Spot-a-Bee

Help to discover on which plants bees love to collect pollen for city ecology
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