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Spring Virtual BioBlitz!

Spring is a biologically wonderful time of year – buds are bursting, summer birds are returning, larvae are hatching, and biologists are antsy to get outside again.   184 more words

Citizen Science

WHAT WE'RE DEFENDING

Our first desert tortoise sighting of the spring yesterday came via one of our guests at our Sonora Homesteader cabin, who snapped the pretty photo above. 136 more words

Tortoise

WHAT WE'RE DEFENDING...

Amongst other things, we’re defending this desert tortoise’s right to live out his life, in his native habitat: desert wilderness in northern Joshua Tree. This particular fella was spotted yesterday morning in a wash on BLM land near our home. 20 more words

Joshua Tree

CITIZEN SCIENCE

We are creating a database of Coyote Valley plants and animals on inaturalist.org. Search ‘projects’ for ‘coyote valley’ to check it out and contribute… 43 more words

Joshua Tree

iNaturalist

While attending the Children & Nature Network conference in Bastrop last April I heard about this crazy website that lets you upload your nature photos and ID them. 542 more words

iNaturalist program in Charlotte

By Meg Berlin | Contributor

You don’t need a degree in biology to be a citizen scientist. It doesn’t require more than an engaged eye and a love of nature to record your observations. 718 more words

Conservation Currents

What is iNaturalist and How to Use It

Today I’m going to begin a series of posts about iNaturalist.

So what is iNaturalist?  http://www.inaturalist.org is a “citizen science” website.  Ok, well, what is citizen science?  247 more words