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Unido: 27.ene.2021 Última actividad: 13.jul.2024 iNaturalist

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based in mid missouri

i hope to find and photograph all of missouri's sparrows (with a few drops/adds). i figure completing this goal will require visiting all regions of the state, all types of ecosystems, at different times of the year. this process should bring me in contact with a large portions of the states organisms, geographical features, state parks, and any odds/ends i need to check off/out.

useful info

Mark Robbins - The Status and Distribution of Birds of Missouri
https://kuscholarworks.ku.edu/handle/1808/30959

brad jacob's "birds in missouri" is worth mentioning, what a great book.

inat projects below -

Revisit some lower quality observations of common species and clean them up, make them higher quality. Most of these just have poor photos, as I wasn't taking them for aesthetics, but to just document them.

Double Check Photos for hiding species (always on the list, always finding stuff....)

Looking for these things,
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?hrank=species&lrank=infrahybrid&place_id=2553&subview=table&unobserved_by_user_id=como_plants_animals_rocks&view=species

  • thanks! i've learned an incredible amount, in such a short time. opened many doors, and continuing to do so. who knew i'd ever be interested in things like rust fungi or latin?

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