One day left to finish uploading and adding identifications

Hello CNCSOFLO participants,

We have climbed and dropped a few places on some of the categories as other cities around the world have continued adding observations taken during the City Nature Challenge period of last Friday to Monday. As it stands, we are in 17th place for observation count, 8th place for species count, and 11th place for the amount of observers. These are all big jumps compared to last year and we definitely have to thank Palm Beach County for their enormous effort in documenting biodiversity that we don't have in our other participating counties.

Keep in mind we can still add observations so if you know anyone who snapped some nature pictures between last Friday, April 28th and Monday, May 1st, they can upload the pictures to iNaturalist and we can try to climb a few more places in each of the categories! I am still not done posting observations myself :-D

Thanks to all of you for participating!! I will be posting a couple more journal entries once the City Nature Challenge posts results on Monday and then to highlight some of our special observations and finds. You can see what our results from last year look like here: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2022-south-florida-cncsoflo/journal/65814-2022-cncsoflo-results

If you are interested in participating in more bioblitzes like the City Nature Challenge, keep an eye out for future journal posts... rumor has it the Environmentally Endangered Lands program (EEL) is planning something in autumn and we will also have our second Home River Bioblitz on the Miami River coming up, too.

Stay tuned,
Joe MDO & the CNCSOFLO team

Publicado el 06 de mayo de 2023 a las 04:39 PM por joemdo joemdo

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CNCSOFLO ID Party will me tomorrow, May 7 12:00-3:30 PM at Simpson Park (55 SW 17th Ave., Miami). Food and ID guides will be provided.

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