Trinidad and Tobago - iNaturalist World Tour

Trinidad and Tobago is the 79th stop on the iNaturalist World Tour. @mikegrutherford, the curator of the University of the West Indies Zoology Museum on Trinidad and Tobago, is the top observer. His observations, like most top observers from Trinidad and Tobago are clustered in the northern part of the island of Trinidad not far from the capital of Port of Spain. @drjayf, @rainingrainers, @markhulme, @shanemanchouck, @gumboot99's observations are also clusterd nearby. @gumboot99 is a plant ecologist at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine on Trinidad and Tobago. Some of the top observers on iNaturalist globaly such as @greglasley, @paul_prior, @paultavares, and @colindjones have visited Trinidad and Tobago and made many observations..

The number of observations per month has been ramping up since mid 2017.

@matthewcock is the top identifier and leads in insect ID. @joshuagsmith leads in bird IDs. @rainingrainers and @gumboot99 (who are also a top observers) leads in herp and plant IDs. @maractwin leads in fish IDs. Many thanks to other top identifiers such as @john8.

What can we do to get more people in Trinidad and Tobago using iNaturalist? Please share your thoughts below or on this forum thread.

@mikegrutherford @drjayf @paultavares @colindjones @rainingrainers @markhulme @matthewcock @joshuagsmith @maractwin @john8

We’ll be back tomorrow with Zimbabwe!

Publicado por loarie loarie, 11 de septiembre de 2019



"What can we do to get more people in Trinidad and Tobago using iNaturalist?" - send me there as an iNat ambassador!!!

Publicado por twillrichardson hace 5 meses (Marca)

Thanks for putting these together @loarie - it's cool to see what's going on, especially in the smaller countries!

Publicado por kitkestrel hace 5 meses (Marca)

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