Steven Lamonde

Unido: 08.jun.2018 Última actividad: 05.oct.2022 iNaturalist

I am a bird nerd at heart, and iNaturalist helps me document and learn about all the other wild creatures and plants that I find. I've become particularly interested in butterflies and moths, and working on learning other insects. Here is my eBird profile:

Currently, I work as an ecologist with Moosewood Ecological and teach graduate GIS courses at Antioch University New England. My research interests generally fall within the realm of spatial avian ecology, and much of my work has focused on studying warblers, particularly the genus Vermivora, in the Champlain Valley of Vermont.

Want to collaborate on a project? Send me a message @slamonde !

A quick note about iNaturalist ethics and data quality: Only agree with identifications made by others if you can independently identify the species on your own. It can be very tempting to hit 'Agree' once someone has added an identification to an observation, but avoid it! This helps maintain a degree of quality in the data that becomes Research Grade quality and used by scientists. If you ever want to withdraw an initial ID that was wrong, you can do this on the web. Unfortunately, the app does not have an option for his.

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