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Citizen Science

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What is National Moth Week . . . ?


In short, NMW is a global celebration that takes place in the last full week of July, of some other worldly citizens (moths) that are typically ignored, shunned or decimated by… 1,556 more words


Citizen Science

A few days ago I spotted a damselfly perching on a foxglove leaf, then it took off and came to rest on a nearby rose bush. 293 more words


iNaturalist City Challenge!

iNaturalist.org is an online community for people who love nature – like us! It is a place where you can record and share your wildlife observations, identify species of flora and fauna, talk with other naturalists, and learn about nature! 166 more words

Virtual Spring BioBlitz!

Organizing BioBlitz! Oklahoma is one of my favorite jobs!  I love bringing together biologists and citizen scientists to explore the biodiversity of Oklahoma.  I would love to host a spring BioBlitz!, but the volatile weather and crazy school schedules make this a logistical nightmare.   63 more words

Citizen Science

Mapping Biodiversity data on smaller than one degree scale

Guest Post by Enjie (Jane) LI

I have been using bdvis package (version 0.2.9) to visualize the iNaturalist records of RAScals project (http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/rascals) 496 more words


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