Go to the Google Play Store and look up CALeDNA. The app is about 25mb to download so you may want to be connected to wifi first. The app is essentially a path to follow as you use your kit during your hike. It can be used whether at a UC Reserve or elsewhere. The data you accumulate, such as geolocations and photos, will be passively uploaded to our secure server when you are later connected to wifi.
This app was graciously developed by Neil Hendrick (from Harvard Humanitarian Initiativeand Kobo) and includes artwork by independent artist Maya Edelman. All rights reserved to the University of California and the University of California Conservation Genomics Consortium supported by the UC President's Catalyst Grant.