The Michigan DNR is launching a new 'Eyes In The Field' app that will let residents in Michigan report what they're seeing out in the field. According to the DNR, the new app will replace a bunch of forms that the state Department of Natural Resources previously used to gather this kind of information. The new app includes forms for reporting observations of diseased wildlife, tagged fish, cougars, sturgeon, wild turkeys and more.

The DNR says the 'Eyes In The Field' app will work on any device, including smartphones, tablets and desktop computers. Click here for more info and to check out the different forms. By the way, speaking of apps...did you know that there's a WITL app?! Yep, it's true! Click on the link below to get it!

**CHECK OUT THE NEW WITL APP AVAILABLE AT THE ITUNES STORE AND GOOGLE PLAY!**