11 de febrero de 2021

Help testing a demo project

Hi folks,
Reaching out to you for a little short-notice help… I’ve been working with a group of partners who will be implementing a Lights Out Texas campaign across Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio this spring, and one of the planned activities is bird-building collision monitoring. The group has decided to use iNaturalist for a portion of the data collection, aiming for some specific information beyond the iNat basics that can be used for some more targeted analyses. We’ve got a “sandbox” traditional project to test out some of the custom fields before setting up the actual live project.

The ask: would you be willing to join the project and share 1-3 bird observations (they DO NOT have to be collisions/dead, just birds) and fill out the project fields so we can get a sample dataset and make sure this is all working properly?
BirdCast Monitoring TEST: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/birdcast-monitoring-test

Don't worry about being exact about what goes into the fields (routes, addresses, and corresponding eBird list); this will all be explained to participants in the project protocol (in development), so right now anything will be fine.
Hope everyone is staying safe and warm(ish). Thanks for your help!
Tania Homayoun
Texas Nature Trackers, TPWD

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Publicado el 11 de febrero de 2021 por taniahomayoun taniahomayoun | 15 comentarios | Deja un comentario

08 de octubre de 2020

CNC 2018 Birds (Trip)

Testing out how this works with some old City Nature Challenge data recorded in the Balcones Canyonlands NWR

Publicado el 08 de octubre de 2020 por taniahomayoun taniahomayoun | 171 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

05 de marzo de 2018

Loggerhead Shrikes

I've been watching for Loggerhead Shrikes at the entrance to TPWD headquarters, and started seeing them in early winter.

Now for the more interesting question: is this bird here for the winter or will it stick around into the spring and summer?

Publicado el 05 de marzo de 2018 por taniahomayoun taniahomayoun | 2 observaciones | 1 comentario | Deja un comentario