Diario del proyecto City Nature Challenge 2024: Bonner County, ID

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03 de abril de 2024

News You Can Use

1) The 2024 CNC has over 500 projects! So, since a CNC iNaturalist umbrella project can only host 500 individual projects, the 2024 is being split into two umbrella projects covering two geographical regions by continent:

North and South America

Eurasia, Africa and Oceania

2) The CNC website has really been improved:

Make sure to check out the all the menu links, especially the FAQ and the new Events link. The Events page has links to upcoming online training opportunities. Here is a link to a great organizer training video:

3) Remember: if you ever have any questions, the place to ask them is the iNaturalist forum:

-Be sure to utilize the search button in the top right! If you have a “how do I….” question about iNaturalist, there’s a really good chance someone has already asked that question
-iNaturalist may create a City Nature Challenge specific category for the event (they have in the past), but if they don’t, just be sure to ask your question in the right category – the two most likely categories would be:
-General: for those “how do I…” questions that haven’t already been asked or answered
-Bug Reports: if you think you’re experiencing a technical issue, add it to this category and be sure to describe it in detail and add screenshots where applicable!

4) If you are having major problems with iNaturalist during the CNC that can’t be/aren’t answered in the Forum, send an email to: help@inaturalist.org.

5) To see the results from last year, go here:

Publicado el abril 3, 2024 04:16 MAÑANA por quovadis quovadis | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

30 de abril de 2024

End of Day 4 of the CNCBC

Bonner County, ID:

Panhandle Counties (10 "official" projects):

Wild Ones Nothern Rockies Chapter:

All 106 CNC NRMBC projects:

Preliminary results will be shared ASAP. Final results, after the coming week to finish uploading observations made between 4/26-29, will be announced on 5/6.

No surprises in the Top 3 in all 3 categories (Observers, Species and Observations) for the CNC NRMBC: 1) City Nature Challenge 2024: Division 6, AB (Calgary); 2) City Nature Challenge 2024: Ada County (Boise); and 3) City Nature Challenge 2024: Division 11, AB (Edmonton).

They, after all, have the biggest populations. However, when adjusted for population, the order reveals a different story. It's fascinating to see which projects have engaged the population most effectively, and then to try to discover what they have done that can be replicated elsewhere.

It's also fascinating to see who is making the most observations, and all the different species on the landscape now. As the temperature warms, more and different species will be observed.

All those observations will be captured in the upcoming Summer and Fall 2024 NRMBCs. Links to those projects available in mid-May.

Publicado el abril 30, 2024 06:48 TARDE por quovadis quovadis | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario