Discover Biodiversity Locally, Tally Globally


From May 15th to May 25th, people all over the world are documenting biodiversity for the Global Snapshot of Biodiversity 2015. All observations submitted to iNaturalist will automatically be added to this global bioblitz tally. Let's put Vermont biodiversity on the global map. How many species can we find in Vermont during this 11-day event?  Record every species you discover and add them to iNaturalist Vermont. You can see a live feed of the global tally, or our Vermont tally.

Publicado el viernes, 15 de mayo de 2015 a las 12:37 PM por kpmcfarland kpmcfarland


Susan's totally gonna catch me in species number... and I got all the easy plants already... nooooo! :)

No fair avoiding identifying my moths (if you know them)...

Anotado por charlie hace casi 9 años

I was out of town for first part. Just back. So watch it Charlie!

Anotado por kpmcfarland hace casi 9 años

remember, birds do not count towards your species count. (just kidding). I've put in some birds lately but I rarely get pictures.

Anotado por charlie hace casi 9 años

I put almost all my bird data in Vermont eBird, not in iNat. If I get a good nest shot or something, I will put it in iNat, but rarely. eBird is a better place for it.

Anotado por kpmcfarland hace casi 9 años

yeah, i mostly only put birds in without photos if it's something unusual or a new life/year observation or something like that. I'm not enough of a birder to really do Ebird, I don't know enough of them. I have an account though becuase I went with another iNat and Ebird'er who was able to 'tag' me on their list which is neat.

Anotado por charlie hace casi 9 años

Oh Erika... you blew us both out of the water. Not sure I can catch up :)

Anotado por charlie hace casi 9 años

Way to go team Vermont! We recorded 621 species. That was 8% of the world total! Vermont may be small, but we are packed with great biodiversity and naturalists to record it!

Anotado por kpmcfarland hace mas de 8 años

Also last I checked Erika was first for observations and third for species on the whole site during that time period!

Anotado por charlie hace mas de 8 años

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