Mössbauer studies of isolated 57Fe atoms in solid ammonia (0.1% Fe) at low temperatures suggest the formation of a FeNH3 molecule characterized by a quadrupole coupling constant |e2qQ/2| = 1.90(5) mm·s-1 and isomer shift δ = +0.60(5) mn·s-1 with respect to iron metal. Irradiating with a visible-UV Xe-source results in photolyzed species revealing two doublets, with hyperfine constants different from the parent molecule. To the more intense site we assign a FeNH2 formulation and to the low intensity doublet, a FeNH molecuie. Both isomer shift and quadrupole splitting systematics are consistent with a single ammonia molecule bound to iron via the nitrogen atom. Absorbers prepared with higher concentrations of 57Fe (0.6%) show additional lines superimposed on the typical FeNH3 doublet.