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Getting Ready

The deadline for registration of your city or region is 1 July 2021.

If you have registered, and your city is not in the umbrella, please add a comment below.

If you have not registered, why not get together some friends, register, and start planning?
Note that this is not a competition. This is about getting people out into nature and helping conserve our biodiversity. A bioblitz focusses on getting people into nature, into see and recording that nature. A specific bioblitz focuses on a region (a plot, a reserve, or a district) or a group (e.g. butterflies, bees, dung beetles, trees, orchids, etc.) in an intense hour-weekend level survey, ideally by having the local specialists and experts on hand to help members of the public explore these.

So dont feel that you have to get 1000 observations or 200 species (or whatever). The focus is on having fun while surveying and monitoring our biodiversity.

REGISTER NOW!!

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Итоги City Nature Challenge 2021

City Nature Challenge 2021 завершен, пора подводить итоги. У нас отснято около 5,5 тыс. наблюдений; мы отметили более 1000 видов живых организмов. Команда Севастополя состояла из 35 участников:
Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @katerina_kashirina 1 720 476
2 @sapsan 1 382 750
3 @cambala 386 208
4 @sevelen 383 183
5 @tatiana_karpenko 158 120
6 @valeria_24 127 66
7 @dinasafina 114 63
8 @nataliia_vaseikina 111 58
9 @eva2455 110 52
10 @andimitr 104 61
11 @hedgehog_anarchist 103 34
12 @alina_snbn 101 48
13 @romashka_anastasiya 95 69
14 @anna1847 91 38
15 @kariiina_v 68 36
16 @elizabeth_kachnova 65 42
17 @marina-privalova 55 37
18 @nastya_love_music 46 27
19 @lyamin_aleksey 45 41
20 @tonya_16 33 15
21 @sofia_kud 30 10
22 @nikita_kfc 25 9
23 @kartoshka1 24 3
24 @sdiana393 24 5
25 @eva-ecolog 18 8
26 @sergeycherkasov 15 15
27 @naturalist6380 13 8
28 @kotevidze 6 6
29 @naturalist45228 5 5
30 @polyabel 4 4
31 @lumia_photographer 2 2
32 @svetlana_russo 2 1
33 @xorb 2 2
34 @antennaria 1 1
35 @crimean_nature_photographer 1 1
С российскими результатами можно ознакомиться https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2021-russia/journal/51474-city-nature-challenge-2021-rossiya-tehnicheskie-rezultaty Новость о прошедшем мероприятии вышла в Севастопольской газете: http://sevastopol.press/2021/05/12/sevastopoltsy-zadokumentirovali-bolee-5-5-tysjach-nabljudenij-rodnoj-prirody/
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Otholobium stachyerum vs. Otholobium acuminatum

Otholobium acuminatum differs from O. stachyerum in its vestiture on branches comprised of yellowish hairs (vs. branches vestiture comprised of white to silvery hairs); leaves 7—10 mm long, scarcely petiolate (vs. 10—20 mm, petiolate), stalked; inflorescences transversely broadly elliptic to broadly ovate, comprised of 15 — 16 triplets of ebracteate flowers maturing more or less simultaneously (vs. 15 — 20 mm long, elongating during anthesis from 15 to 40 mm, each comprised of 20 — 25 triplets of bracteate flowers maturing sequentially and axis extending); flowers mauve to purple with purple nectar patch (vs. flowers rose-pink and white with reddish nectar patch on standard); calyx accrescent, glabrous except for a few short black hairs along the margins of the teeth (vs. calyx sericeous, white or black-haired carinal calyx tooth shaped like a minaret with as long curved to coiled tip extending beyond the flowers (vs. carinal calyx tooth 6.0 —6.5 mm long, and shorter than flowers.

From Charles Stirton

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30000 наблюдений

В разгаре челленджа мы прошли круглую отметку в 30 тыс. наблюдений: на нашем счетчике 1 451 видов, которые загрузили 291 наблюдатель и проверили 588 экспертов. Топ-30 наблюдателей проекта:
Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @katerina_kashirina 11 669 1 050
2 @sapsan 6 906 1 178
3 @dinasafina 2 643 784
4 @cambala 1 637 566
5 @svetlana-bogdanovich 738 371
6 @tatiana_karpenko 537 348
7 @lyamin_aleksey 396 234
8 @andimitr 319 182
9 @sevelen 271 175
10 @naturalist16000 263 146
11 @anastasia_y 215 30
12 @naturalist34384 173 114
13 @romashka_anastasiya 166 118
14 @sofia_kud 156 95
15 @anatoliy_bondarenko 140 99
16 @apseregin 131 112
17 @matveybeketov 112 90
18 @xorb 110 98
19 @naturalist_vlada 101 60
20 @lenatara 99 93
21 @ayvazktryan 95 56
22 @naturalist29771 95 46
23 @naturalist29853 88 50
24 @ets 85 71
25 @lyamina_natalya 79 63
26 @tyomix 76 67
27 @anmivd 72 40
28 @vlad50 72 71
29 @dashulka 70 56
30 @elizaveta_anosova 65 53
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Пернатая весна на Вятке 2021. День за днем. 1-2 мая.

1 мая - речная крачка, Куменский район, @annajolka_kz; большой баклан, Оричевский район, @tsvekova627.

2 мая - турухтан, @woodmen19; мухоловка-пеструшка, @annajolka_kz; болотная сова, @elena-votinceva; луговой чекан, @kalinogor; малый зуек, @anisimov-43 (все - Кирово-Чепецкий район), поручейник, @vyatka, Слободской район.

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Thank you, and a summary of findings

Kia ora tātou,

While I wasn’t involved in organising the City Nature Challenge, I seem to be able to post in the journal, so…

Well done and thanks to everyone who participated in Wellington’s City Nature Challenge for 2021. Particular acknowledgement to @wild_wind, @surfersoph22, @kiwihunter, and @rempson for their enthusiasm to document big numbers of observations and species.

Please see Lara’s blog for a summary of findings and some of the highlights: https://blog.tepapa.govt.nz/2021/05/12/highlights-from-wellingtons-city-nature-challenge-2021/

Wellington was neck-and-neck with Christchurch through the Monday, but then they brought out their big guns and powered ahead. If it’s any consolation, Wellington has a higher proportion of Research Grade observations.

I don’t know if Wellington will participate in 2022. However, if you’ve got ideas for future participation (e.g., expand “Wellington” to include Porirua and the Hutt Valley; more systematic searching; public events; working in teams etc.), perhaps below is a good place to record them.

Ngā mihi, Leon

@wild_wind, @surfersoph22, @kiwihunter, @rempson, @tony_wills, @jeanro, @nzric, @christopherstephens, @jacog, @shaun_thompson, @schneehagen, @kate39, @joedillon, @carolwest, @bridget_h, @jwhite, @williambrockelsby, @dougalt, @toralav, @cdstruthers, @heidimeudt, @siobhanleachman, @antkusabs, @cmwb, @modest_moth, @tessa_islandbay, @elisebailey, @roberta_d_archino, @schneehagen

@naturewatchwidow, @parkecology, @leonperrie

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Introducing conspicuous patterns about the ears of ungulates

One of the puzzles of adaptive colouration in ungulates is the pale patches which occur at the bases of the ears of certain species, including species with otherwise plain colouration.. Among the clearest examples of this are the moose (Alces alces) and the sambar deer (Rusa unicolor). As the ears swivel with changes in attention or emotion, the pale/dark contrasts flick in and out of view, potentially aiding onlookers in reading the mind, as it were, of the animal in question.

There are at least two adaptive reasons for distinct patterns of colouration at the base of the ears. Firstly, group-members are likely to monitor the movements of each other's ears continually, so that when an individual becomes suspicious its companions can easily detect the direction in which it is listening. Secondly, in those species which use their ears for facial expressions, the posture of the ears can be emphasised by the 'makeup' of the colouration.

Please see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEpCz_PMUss for one view of the pattern of pale and dark on the ears of the moose, a species which otherwise lacks clearly-defined markings.

In my last Post I introduced the concept and name of the buccal semet. In the case of the ears we once again have a semet, i.e. a definite pattern with potential for communication, but one too small-scale to matter for the overall conspicuousness/inconspicuousness of the animal to scanning predators. In this case, I propose the term 'auricular semet'.

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Turtles!

The weather is warming up and the turtles have been out in big numbers recently. We could use a LOT more turtle records from all across the county. If you know a farm pond, log pond, dike, lake or slough nearby, this is a great time to take a look and see if you can find a turtle to photograph (or message one of us here to come photograph it ourselves). Even some of our rivers may hold hidden turtle populations.

Good luck finding a turtle!

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CNC Reflection- Susan Kruss

We had a wonderful time over the four days of the City Nature Challenge, choosing different environments and exploring them to see what we could find. Geelong is ideally located close to a variety of beach and bushland places. We have a 4WD so we chose places perhaps a bit more difficult to access, and where others might not go, such as Kirk’s Point (coastal), Inverleigh Reserve (rough tracks) and Aeroplane Rd in the Brisbane Ranges (very steep). We found more species by driving and stopping to explore rather than by walking longer trails.

The first day we went to Bannockburn where we found the Flame Robin and Jacky Winter but were disappointed as the Acacia Paradoxa has been cleared (very few small birds) and the Sugar Gums are being harvested. It was dry and there wasn’t much understorey flora coming through. A long time-consuming walk netted just 36 species.

Next day Kirk’s Point had a wealth of birds and coastal flora, some shells and sea urchins. Then we went to the Western Treatment Plant which was closed last year. Birds were plentiful despite the migratory ones having left, and there were some interesting coastal plants. Bird highlights were Brolgas, Blue-winged Parrots and Red-necked Avocets.

The Brisbane Ranges had some birds and a lot of plants. Many are not flowering so it is harder to identify them at this time of year (many thanks to the people who identified them for us). There wasn’t much fungi yet. Flowering plants included Epacris impressa, Early Wattle, Golden Grevillea, Shiny Cassinia and Cranberry Heath. Some Nodding Greenhood leaves have started to come up.

Inverleigh had lots of flora, again mostly leaves with some nice orchids coming up. We are looking forward to returning there in a few weeks time. To end the nature challenge I took our six-year old grandson to Balyang after school on the Monday. He is an excellent finder of insects and snails but he couldn’t find much. There are relatively tame birds to photograph, some water plants and a few insect cases.

We have enjoyed sorting our photos and seeing the discussions on iNaturalist, including tips on what we need to photograph for identification (different for almost every species)!

Susan Kruss

Thanks Susan for sharing. Rod

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20000 наблюдений!!!

Дорогие друзья!
Наш проект по Флоре Владимирской области прошёл отметку в 20000 наблюдений. Это почётное место заняло наблюдение Горошка заборного (Vicia sepium), сделанное @apseregin 17 апреля 2021 года.

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12 000 наблюдателей !!!

Дорогие друзья!

Мы прошли редкую круглую отметку - 12 000 человек имеют хотя бы одно наблюдение в проекте "Флора России". Это произошло 11 мая 2021 года в 20:45 MSK (спасибо, @hapugin88, за хронометраж).

Мы собрали для вас несколько интересных фактов о наших наблюдателях. То есть о вас, друзья.

1) Один процент самых активных наблюдателей по флоре России (120 человек) сделали 56,4% наблюдений. С другой стороны, для того, чтобы ещё один человек вошел в этот топ-процент, нужно, чтобы к наблюдениям по флоре России в iNaturalist подключилось еще как минимум 100 новичков.

2) Уже 88,9% данных нашего проекта доступны по лицензиям CC0, CC-BY, CC-BY-NC и потому дублируются в GBIF. Аккуратное напоминание: пометка "Все права защищены", которую выбирают некоторые пользователи для своих фотографий, отныне не рекомендуется к использованию директоратом iNaturalist: всех участников платформы настоятельно просят указать в профиле одну из доступных лицензий. Вот, кто из топ-500 наших наблюдателей пока этого не сделал:

@andreymoskvichev (110-е место; 1791 наблюдений; 361 видов)
@sergeyus (131-е место; 1495 наблюдений; 281 видов)
@natalya1406 (133-е место; 1467 наблюдений; 339 видов)
@tarasov (166-е место; 1093 наблюдений; 390 видов)
@naturalist38499 (172-е место; 1041 наблюдений; 348 видов)
@vera_chistyakova (195-е место; 873 наблюдений; 433 видов)
@annalaenko (217-е место; 707 наблюдений; 264 видов)
@naturalist19164 (220-е место; 701 наблюдений; 299 видов)
@naturalist26231 (237-е место; 634 наблюдений; 227 видов)
@naturalist49367 (239-е место; 629 наблюдений; 306 видов)
@artem2013 (254-е место; 556 наблюдений; 378 видов)
@irinaber (258-е место; 544 наблюдений; 241 видов)
@tatyana20 (267-е место; 515 наблюдений; 237 видов)
@nadya9 (271-е место; 510 наблюдений; 439 видов)
@entomokot (275-е место; 505 наблюдений; 356 видов)
@khairulla (276-е место; 503 наблюдений; 301 видов)
@alakey (280-е место; 492 наблюдений; 230 видов)
@missnarjess (281-е место; 491 наблюдений; 166 видов)
@nikita_grechesky (284-е место; 476 наблюдений; 316 видов)
@natalia_trifuz (305-е место; 426 наблюдений; 241 видов)
@olgakrilova (317-е место; 407 наблюдений; 149 видов)
@svetlana_koveshnikova (318-е место; 405 наблюдений; 154 видов)
@naturalist35087 (326-е место; 395 наблюдений; 101 видов)
@daria1813 (331-е место; 392 наблюдений; 176 видов)
@julujka (338-е место; 386 наблюдений; 211 видов)
@naturalist14385 (339-е место; 386 наблюдений; 277 видов)
@annagamzina (340-е место; 385 наблюдений; 209 видов)
@deniszhbir (341-е место; 385 наблюдений; 247 видов)
@marinakhanduyk (345-е место; 378 наблюдений; 159 видов)
@julia_fodina (348-е место; 373 наблюдений; 238 видов)
@naturalist33665 (357-е место; 364 наблюдений; 234 видов)
@simonkamnev (358-е место; 360 наблюдений; 210 видов)
@kkatya (359-е место; 358 наблюдений; 309 видов)
@proshinmaxim (385-е место; 316 наблюдений; 175 видов)
@antonrezvyi (388-е место; 313 наблюдений; 166 видов)
@dmitry_kulakov (393-е место; 310 наблюдений; 249 видов)
@borovicheveugene (395-е место; 308 наблюдений; 158 видов)
@vera124 (397-е место; 305 наблюдений; 161 видов)
@angelinaguryanova (400-е место; 301 наблюдений; 241 видов)
@yanabykova09 (407-е место; 295 наблюдений; 128 видов)
@tany_gu (409-е место; 295 наблюдений; 167 видов)
@alena_golovchenko (416-е место; 288 наблюдений; 118 видов)
@naturalist_nadezhda (420-е место; 286 наблюдений; 195 видов)
@keytmaksimova (422-е место; 285 наблюдений; 146 видов)
@angelina237 (428-е место; 281 наблюдений; 179 видов)
@naturalist36862 (431-е место; 278 наблюдений; 218 видов)
@lubovschnaider (433-е место; 278 наблюдений; 172 видов)
@anastasialoseva (442-е место; 273 наблюдений; 158 видов)
@marinakrygina (448-е место; 271 наблюдений; 205 видов)
@rudentzova (457-е место; 266 наблюдений; 165 видов)
@acanthisflammea (464-е место; 260 наблюдений; 190 видов)
@digitata (466-е место; 258 наблюдений; 215 видов)
@karpova (472-е место; 255 наблюдений; 156 видов)
@freikeit (473-е место; 254 наблюдений; 174 видов)
@irinaki (474-е место; 253 наблюдений; 208 видов)
@naturalist41466 (475-е место; 252 наблюдений; 168 видов)
@naturalist13989 (479-е место; 249 наблюдений; 219 видов)
@verba (480-е место; 248 наблюдений; 173 видов)
@naturalist34384 (493-е место; 240 наблюдений; 156 видов)
@naturalist38875 (495-е место; 239 наблюдений; 143 видов)

3) Большинство наблюдателей проекта "Флора России" обзавелись учеткой ORCID и добавили ее в свой профиль. Это абсолютно необходимо для надёжной привязки сделанных вами наблюдений к вашей персоне. О том, как это сделать и зачем это нужно написано здесь.

4) Только трое из числа топ-100 наблюдателей по флоре сосудистых растений России не являются участниками проекта "Флора России". Среди топ-200 таких 14 человек.

5) Константин Романов (@kildor) написал небольшую утилиту, которая автоматически экспортирует список участников проекта. Благодаря этому мы сегодня снова можем пригласить к участию в проекте "Флора России" тех, кто не является его подписчиком, но входит в число 500 самых активных наблюдателей (перечислены в алфавитном порядке, 136 человек):

@acanthisflammea (464-е место; 260 наблюдений; 190 видов)
@adilya_galeeva (315-е место; 410 наблюдений; 220 видов)
@aeneus (477-е место; 249 наблюдений; 91 видов)
@al_losk-lifebra (366-е место; 348 наблюдений; 206 видов)
@aleksascha (355-е место; 365 наблюдений; 256 видов)
@aleksey_baushev (303-е место; 430 наблюдений; 170 видов)
@alena_golovchenko (416-е место; 288 наблюдений; 118 видов)
@alenaalex00 (469-е место; 257 наблюдений; 164 видов)
@alinaboksorn (499-е место; 237 наблюдений; 141 видов)
@alina-kuzmenko-20 (485-е место; 246 наблюдений; 119 видов)
@alyona_98 (500-е место; 236 наблюдений; 130 видов)
@anatolymikhaltsov (413-е место; 293 наблюдений; 123 видов)
@andrey_358 (251-е место; 572 наблюдений; 374 видов)
@andrey_rodyushkin (439-е место; 274 наблюдений; 248 видов)
@andreymoskvichev (110-е место; 1791 наблюдений; 361 видов)
@annagamzina (340-е место; 385 наблюдений; 209 видов)
@annakosheleva03 (429-е место; 279 наблюдений; 218 видов)
@annalaenko (217-е место; 707 наблюдений; 264 видов)
@batworker (361-е место; 357 наблюдений; 159 видов)
@brodaga59 (259-е место; 543 наблюдений; 276 видов)
@const (460-е место; 263 наблюдений; 135 видов)
@corylus_avellana (383-е место; 320 наблюдений; 210 видов)
@daria40 (291-е место; 465 наблюдений; 165 видов)
@denis190 (411-е место; 294 наблюдений; 180 видов)
@denisch (343-е место; 380 наблюдений; 297 видов)
@deniszhbir (341-е место; 385 наблюдений; 247 видов)
@diogeno (227-е место; 679 наблюдений; 277 видов)
@dmitriy_kuklin-volfson (207-е место; 773 наблюдений; 232 видов)
@dmitrydubikovskiy (415-е место; 290 наблюдений; 205 видов)
@dralex (432-е место; 278 наблюдений; 202 видов)
@ed_shaw (414-е место; 293 наблюдений; 171 видов)
@elementlu (312-е место; 415 наблюдений; 247 видов)
@elena_andriyanova (302-е место; 433 наблюдений; 178 видов)
@elena2001 (404-е место; 299 наблюдений; 207 видов)
@elenabutunina (459-е место; 266 наблюдений; 161 видов)
@elenakh (307-е место; 425 наблюдений; 258 видов)
@elenasuslova (147-е место; 1350 наблюдений; 829 видов)
@emelyanov_dmitriy (350-е место; 371 наблюдений; 171 видов)
@entomokot (275-е место; 505 наблюдений; 356 видов)
@eugeniam (399-е место; 302 наблюдений; 188 видов)
@feanaro (445-е место; 271 наблюдений; 181 видов)
@fishapod (330-е место; 393 наблюдений; 256 видов)
@frankdoubleyou (342-е место; 380 наблюдений; 220 видов)
@freikeit (473-е место; 254 наблюдений; 174 видов)
@gasan_chika (487-е место; 245 наблюдений; 169 видов)
@ggularijants (141-е место; 1399 наблюдений; 757 видов)
@ilya_murashev (406-е место; 297 наблюдений; 169 видов)
@irinakoryakova (273-е место; 507 наблюдений; 211 видов)
@ivanova37372 (213-е место; 725 наблюдений; 273 видов)
@jt_f (287-е место; 471 наблюдений; 259 видов)
@kakoshkina56 (489-е место; 243 наблюдений; 189 видов)
@karina_2000 (363-е место; 353 наблюдений; 174 видов)
@karpova (472-е место; 255 наблюдений; 156 видов)
@katringreen (380-е место; 325 наблюдений; 166 видов)
@khairulla (276-е место; 503 наблюдений; 301 видов)
@konusovadasha (418-е место; 287 наблюдений; 241 видов)
@korobkov (178-е место; 983 наблюдений; 200 видов)
@kovtun (376-е место; 333 наблюдений; 70 видов)
@krasnova18 (482-е место; 247 наблюдений; 132 видов)
@kristina_kachanova (451-е место; 268 наблюдений; 217 видов)
@kristina0307 (261-е место; 537 наблюдений; 253 видов)
@kroupsky (430-е место; 278 наблюдений; 204 видов)
@krylova_a (334-е место; 388 наблюдений; 280 видов)
@lopolatos (463-е место; 261 наблюдений; 148 видов)
@lubovschnaider (433-е место; 278 наблюдений; 172 видов)
@ludmila-17 (210-е место; 743 наблюдений; 312 видов)
@mariatyapuhina (419-е место; 287 наблюдений; 204 видов)
@marina_zimina (426-е место; 284 наблюдений; 141 видов)
@marinakhanduyk (345-е место; 378 наблюдений; 159 видов)
@marinakrygina (448-е место; 271 наблюдений; 205 видов)
@max_сarabus (19-е место; 7975 наблюдений; 578 видов)
@melkotof (423-е место; 285 наблюдений; 217 видов)
@merlu (102-е место; 1948 наблюдений; 680 видов)
@mintleaf (410-е место; 294 наблюдений; 77 видов)
@murdasha13_ (333-е место; 389 наблюдений; 224 видов)
@nadya9 (271-е место; 510 наблюдений; 439 видов)
@nastyakalinkina (316-е место; 407 наблюдений; 285 видов)
@nastyakochetkova (403-е место; 299 наблюдений; 200 видов)
@natalia_trifuz (305-е место; 426 наблюдений; 241 видов)
@nataljaandreevna (356-е место; 364 наблюдений; 223 видов)
@natalya1406 (133-е место; 1467 наблюдений; 339 видов)
@naturalist13989 (479-е место; 249 наблюдений; 219 видов)
@naturalist14385 (339-е место; 386 наблюдений; 277 видов)
@naturalist20833 (453-е место; 267 наблюдений; 162 видов)
@naturalist26685 (325-е место; 396 наблюдений; 218 видов)
@naturalist33665 (357-е место; 364 наблюдений; 234 видов)
@naturalist34384 (493-е место; 240 наблюдений; 156 видов)
@naturalist35087 (326-е место; 395 наблюдений; 101 видов)
@naturalist35155 (243-е место; 623 наблюдений; 283 видов)
@naturalist36043 (386-е место; 315 наблюдений; 184 видов)
@naturalist36862 (431-е место; 278 наблюдений; 218 видов)
@naturalist37536 (470-е место; 256 наблюдений; 133 видов)
@naturalist49367 (239-е место; 629 наблюдений; 306 видов)
@nelke (434-е место; 278 наблюдений; 211 видов)
@nellysemenova (242-е место; 628 наблюдений; 249 видов)
@nikmary (490-е место; 242 наблюдений; 172 видов)
@nikolai_nakonechnyi (390-е место; 312 наблюдений; 135 видов)
@ocanire (66-е место; 3104 наблюдений; 794 видов)
@olesiahaha (394-е место; 309 наблюдений; 187 видов)
@olga_zavgorodnyaya (324-е место; 396 наблюдений; 222 видов)
@olia27 (337-е место; 386 наблюдений; 199 видов)
@pavel100 (298-е место; 443 наблюдений; 210 видов)
@pevchiycot (375-е место; 334 наблюдений; 298 видов)
@plrays (118-е место; 1669 наблюдений; 486 видов)
@psychemedea (389-е место; 313 наблюдений; 253 видов)
@regina_kadikina (461-е место; 262 наблюдений; 146 видов)
@rejoin (212-е место; 731 наблюдений; 413 видов)
@roman_romanov (289-е место; 470 наблюдений; 207 видов)
@schneider414 (224-е место; 688 наблюдений; 213 видов)
@sergei_kazanovsky (435-е место; 276 наблюдений; 225 видов)
@sergeilysenkov (396-е место; 306 наблюдений; 207 видов)
@sergejseleznev (152-е место; 1295 наблюдений; 513 видов)
@sergey100 (208-е место; 771 наблюдений; 321 видов)
@sergeydrozdov (447-е место; 271 наблюдений; 159 видов)
@sergeystakanov (274-е место; 505 наблюдений; 250 видов)
@sergii_kudlaenko (187-е место; 919 наблюдений; 251 видов)
@sevelen (405-е место; 298 наблюдений; 201 видов)
@shatrova71 (483-е место; 246 наблюдений; 187 видов)
@sorokina_tanya23 (427-е место; 283 наблюдений; 172 видов)
@stazip (421-е место; 286 наблюдений; 156 видов)
@tverdyixleb (221-е место; 700 наблюдений; 155 видов)
@vadim_kirichenko (327-е место; 395 наблюдений; 238 видов)
@vadim66 (79-е место; 2693 наблюдений; 437 видов)
@vadim98 (497-е место; 237 наблюдений; 93 видов)
@valery_kambalin (364-е место; 352 наблюдений; 178 видов)
@verba (480-е место; 248 наблюдений; 173 видов)
@victoriazhatova (265-е место; 522 наблюдений; 191 видов)
@v-lad (191-е место; 883 наблюдений; 237 видов)
@vlad50 (381-е место; 324 наблюдений; 288 видов)
@vlavlam (360-е место; 358 наблюдений; 192 видов)
@yanabykova09 (407-е место; 295 наблюдений; 128 видов)
@yaroslav_otryaskin (446-е место; 271 наблюдений; 152 видов)
@yuriysokolov73 (111-е место; 1759 наблюдений; 539 видов)
@zapiskilizki (494-е место; 239 наблюдений; 152 видов)
@zavaryckina_anastasia (329-е место; 394 наблюдений; 208 видов)
@zbsgroup1 (300-е место; 441 наблюдений; 118 видов)

6) Для новичков iNaturalist Московский государственный университет имени М.В. Ломоносова запускает летнюю образовательную программу "Виртуальный ботаник", которая продолжает славную традицию прошлогоднего проекта "Гербарий 2.0". Регистрация открыта до 29 мая 2021 г. Организаторы: Валентина Бородулина (@valentinaborodulina) и Ксения Дудова (@antennaria) с кафедры экологии и географии растений МГУ.

7) Наблюдатели иногда меняют свои ники, что создает нам дополнительные сложности при производстве статистики. Мы рекомендуем использовать стабильные ники и избегать номерных ников (например, naturalist23459).

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Flora y fauna representativa de Colima

La iguana verde (Iguana iguana) especie conservada, con protección especial y con valor cultural en la cocina regional.

La parota, árbol icónico del paisaje colimense. Proporciona sombra, madera, alimento para el ganado y el humano y un innegable valor estético apreciado tanto en la selva baja, en los potreros y en las ciudades.

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Live counter of when I joined iNaturalist!

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+150 mil observaciones en Chile

Hoy es un gran día, hemos llegado a las 150 mil observaciones y registrando mas de 7500 especies en
Esto solo ha sido posible gracias al aporte de más de 6500 observadores en iNaturalist Chile.

Felicitaciones a todos los Naturalistas que están muy activos cargando información, a pesar de todas las dificultades que implica la pandemia.

Recuerden que dependiendo de la fase en que se encuentre su comuna no deben exponerse, hay que extremar los cuidados y protegerse adecuadamente en estos tiempos de pandemia.

Saludos

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Post on Red Admiral migration in the midwest

Royce Blitzer (@iowabiologist) tracks migration of the vanessa butterflies and recently had a note on the 2021 migration pattern in the US midwest:
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/vanessa-migration-project/journal/50474-red-admirals-arriving-in-the-upper-midwest

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169-Wikipedia Weekly Network - Live editing Wikipedia: Biodiversity edition #3 #EarthDay

  1. Wikipedia Weekly Network - Live editing Wikipedia: Biodiversity edition #3 #EarthDay Honoring #EarthDay​, Users Siobhan Leachman, Andra Waagmeester, Mike Dickison, Albin Larsson and Jan Ainali are joined by iNaturalist co-founder Ken Ichi to discuss and showcase how iNaturalist is used in Wikimedia. We'll start with the new property iNaturalist place ID in Wikidata and see where our discussion leads us. Join in the chat to ask questions during the session.
  2. De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021 met WitbuikEgel Putin
    "Niet op Putin gaan zitten"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s

    De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021 met WitbuikEgel Putin
    Over het thema ‘De natuur was hier’
    Diersoorten sterven uit, onze grond verschraalt en bossen staan in brand. Door de overwoekering van de mens verdwijnt de natuur op rap tempo. Filosofen noemen dit tijdperk Antropoceen, oftewel het tijdperk van de mens. Overal waar wij komen laten we onze voetsporen achter. We laten plastic slingeren, lozen olie in de zee en leven momenteel met een dodelijk virus. Maar wie zijn wij ten opzichte van de natuur?

    Is er een verschil tussen menselijke en niet-menselijke natuur? Verdient de mens een aparte status ten opzichte van andere soorten? Is het leven van een boom, dier of rivier net zo belangrijk als een mens?

  3. Bat Talk Gardening Echo-Meter-Touch-Detector
    Conservation Communities Project Bat Talk, here is the link to the recording:
    https://youtu.be/MlKGP2p9hZA
    Helen previously worked on the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project. She has offered to share her knowledge of bats found in Devon, and talk about how bats represent a whole ecosystem and food web.
    Helen will show us ways in which we can help bat populations in our local area and changes we can make to our everyday gardening that will benefit these mammals.

    Helen previously worked on the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project. She has offered to share her knowledge of bats found in Devon, and talk about how bats represent a whole ecosystem and food web.
    Helen will show us ways in which we can help bat populations in our local area and changes we can make to our everyday gardening that will benefit these mammals.
    Here are some of the details Helen mentioned during the talk and discussion:
    https://www.amazon.nl/Echo-Meter-Touch-Detector-Android
    The Echo Meter Touch 2 turns your Android smartphone or tablet into a state-of-the-art bat detector. This tiny device plugs directly into the micro-USB socket of your phone or tablet and, when used with the free app, will let you listen to, view, record, and identify the sounds made by the bats that you encounter.

  4. “British Bat Calls – A Guide to Species Identification” by Jon Russ (published by Pelagic Publishing). This covers all UK bat calls plus some of the more common social calls.
  5. If you want to get serious i.e. understand bat social calls and ultrasonic calls, then you should also get Middleton’s “Social Calls of the Bats of Britain and Ireland” and “Is That A Bat?” (also by Pelagic Publishing).
  6. FSC (Field Studies Council) Guide: Bats guide – Field Studies Council (field-studies-council.org)
  7. Bat project website - https://devonbatproject.org/
  8. Action for Insects campaign – https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/take-action-insects
  9. Wild About Gardens - https://www.wildaboutgardens.org.uk/
  10. Moor meadows - https://moormeadows.org.uk/
  11. Meadow leaflet – see attached
  12. Seed suppliers;

    Emorsgate (Norfolk based) - https://wildseed.co.uk/
    Goren Farm (East Devon) - https://www.goren.co.uk/
    Organic seeds (Devon based) - https://www.organiccatalogue.com/seeds

  13. David Attenborough’s Ant Mountain
  14. Secret Life Underground (especially the 2nd episode)
  15. Secret Life of Lakes
  16. Tales of Nature
  17. Chasing Coral
  18. Mission Blue
  19. BBC ‘Expedition’ series: I can’t find these streaming anywhere, and BBC doesn’t seem to market them very well so they tend to get lost in a pile of ‘just average’ TV specials, but these are some of my absolute favorites. See: Expedition Borneo, Lost Land Collection, and The Dark: Nature’s Nighttime World.
  20. Introductie tot Plantengemeenschappen door Joop Schaminée
    1- Het Hoe en waarom van Plantenkundig Onderzoek (45min)
    2- Tijdslijn, Hoe heeft het Plantengemeenschappen en Sociologisch Onderzoek zich ontwikkeld heeft

    Op donderdag 22 april 2021 verzorgde Joop Schaminée een online lezing op uitnodiging van de SJOC (plantensociologische werkgroep van de NJN), het eerste deel van de lezing ging over "plantensociologisch onderzoek, het hoe en waarom?" o.a. plantgemeenschappen en vegetatieopname kwamen aan bod, het tweede deel ging over de geschiedenis van het planten sociologisch onderzoek.
    De aankondiging van de lezing met nog wat meer achtergrondinformatie:
    "Als je op excursie graag een Aardbeiklaver wilt zien, zoek je niet in het bos. En wie wel eens met de Sjoc meegaat weet dat je Beenbreek en Brandnetel niet snel naast elkaar zal zien staan. Als je wat langer naar planten kijkt valt het je al snel op dat sommige planten vaak samen voorkomen. Dit noemen we plantengemeenschappen. Deze plantengemeenschappen kan je beter bekijken door een vegetatieopname te maken, waarbij je in een proefvlak opschrijft hoeveel elke soort daar voorkomt. Maar waarom zou je dat willen? Daar gaat Joop Schaminée, hoogleraar vegetatie ecologie bij Wageningen University and Research, ons vanavond alles over vertellen. Elke plantengemeenschap is specifiek voor een bepaalde omgeving, dus als je eenmaal leert om naar groepen planten te kijken kan je de natuur om je heen steeds beter gaan begrijpen."
    Introductie tot Plantengemeenschappen door Joop Schaminée

  21. Mucky Secrets (full) - The Marine Creatures of the Lembeh Strait
    The Lembeh Strait is a popular scuba diving destination, famed for its excellent "muck diving". A huge diversity of exotic marine creatures can be found on the mucky seabed, including everything from tropical fish to benthic sharks to nudibranchs. Critters compete for survival with an armoury including camouflage, mimicry, toxicity, and dazzling coloration.

    "Mucky Secrets" is an excellent resource for scuba divers, aquarists, and marine biology students. The documentary features underwater macro footage from many of Lembeh's famous dive sites including Critter Hunt, Police Pier, Tanjung Kusu-Kusu, Nudi Falls, Aer Perang, Jahir, Makawide, Nudi Retreat, Retak Larry, TK (Teluk Kembahu), Hairball and Aw Shucks.

    There are subtitles/CC tracks for the narration and for the scientific and common names of the marine species, and dive site names.

    Watch the 4-minute prologue video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcgT_e...​

    Marine life featured:
    0:00:00​ Introduction
    0:05:11​ Corals
    CRUSTACEANS
    0:07:29​ Commensal shrimps (partner shrimps)
    0:09:12​ Emperor shrimp
    0:11:07​ Mantis shrimps

    ELASMOBRANCHS
    0:17:11​ Blue spotted stingrays
    0:18:15​ Brownbanded bamboo shark

  22. Boeken over het Oer IJ de de Hunze
    https://www.oerij.eu/professionals/ontstaan-en-bewoningsgeschiedenis/OER IJ

  23. Een Kronkelend verhaal, Nieuw Licht op de Oude Hunze Van Gorcum, Jan van den Broek
  24. Een Kronkelend verhaal, Nieuw Licht op de Oude Hunze Van Gorcum, Jan van den Broek(pdf)
  25. De ontwikkelingen rondom de muurhagedis in Maastricht.

    De ontwikkelingen rondom de muurhagedis in Maastricht.
    Afgelopen jaren zijn er veel compensatiemaatregelen getroffen in het leefgebied van de muurhagedis. Zoals ook Belvédèreberg, Belvédèrelaan, Thomas Regout, koppelstuk Hoge en Lage Fronten enz.

    Ze zal ook ingaan op welke maatregelen allemaal zijn genomen en hoe die er uit zien. Hoe gaat het nu met de populatie, hoe is de verspreiding nu? En hoe nu verder?

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169-Wikipedia Weekly Network - Live editing Wikipedia: Biodiversity edition #3 #EarthDay

  1. Wikipedia Weekly Network - Live editing Wikipedia: Biodiversity edition #3 #EarthDay Honoring #EarthDay​, Users Siobhan Leachman, Andra Waagmeester, Mike Dickison, Albin Larsson and Jan Ainali are joined by iNaturalist co-founder Ken Ichi to discuss and showcase how iNaturalist is used in Wikimedia. We'll start with the new property iNaturalist place ID in Wikidata and see where our discussion leads us. Join in the chat to ask questions during the session.
  2. De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021 met WitbuikEgel Putin
    "Niet op Putin gaan zitten"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s

    De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021 met WitbuikEgel Putin
    Over het thema ‘De natuur was hier’
    Diersoorten sterven uit, onze grond verschraalt en bossen staan in brand. Door de overwoekering van de mens verdwijnt de natuur op rap tempo. Filosofen noemen dit tijdperk Antropoceen, oftewel het tijdperk van de mens. Overal waar wij komen laten we onze voetsporen achter. We laten plastic slingeren, lozen olie in de zee en leven momenteel met een dodelijk virus. Maar wie zijn wij ten opzichte van de natuur?

    Is er een verschil tussen menselijke en niet-menselijke natuur? Verdient de mens een aparte status ten opzichte van andere soorten? Is het leven van een boom, dier of rivier net zo belangrijk als een mens?

  3. Bat Talk Gardening Echo-Meter-Touch-Detector
    Conservation Communities Project Bat Talk, here is the link to the recording:
    https://youtu.be/MlKGP2p9hZA
    Helen previously worked on the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project. She has offered to share her knowledge of bats found in Devon, and talk about how bats represent a whole ecosystem and food web.
    Helen will show us ways in which we can help bat populations in our local area and changes we can make to our everyday gardening that will benefit these mammals.

    Helen previously worked on the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project. She has offered to share her knowledge of bats found in Devon, and talk about how bats represent a whole ecosystem and food web.
    Helen will show us ways in which we can help bat populations in our local area and changes we can make to our everyday gardening that will benefit these mammals.
    Here are some of the details Helen mentioned during the talk and discussion:
    https://www.amazon.nl/Echo-Meter-Touch-Detector-Android
    The Echo Meter Touch 2 turns your Android smartphone or tablet into a state-of-the-art bat detector. This tiny device plugs directly into the micro-USB socket of your phone or tablet and, when used with the free app, will let you listen to, view, record, and identify the sounds made by the bats that you encounter.

  4. “British Bat Calls – A Guide to Species Identification” by Jon Russ (published by Pelagic Publishing). This covers all UK bat calls plus some of the more common social calls.
  5. If you want to get serious i.e. understand bat social calls and ultrasonic calls, then you should also get Middleton’s “Social Calls of the Bats of Britain and Ireland” and “Is That A Bat?” (also by Pelagic Publishing).
  6. FSC (Field Studies Council) Guide: Bats guide – Field Studies Council (field-studies-council.org)
  7. Bat project website - https://devonbatproject.org/
  8. Action for Insects campaign – https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/take-action-insects
  9. Wild About Gardens - https://www.wildaboutgardens.org.uk/
  10. Moor meadows - https://moormeadows.org.uk/
  11. Meadow leaflet – see attached
  12. Seed suppliers;

    Emorsgate (Norfolk based) - https://wildseed.co.uk/
    Goren Farm (East Devon) - https://www.goren.co.uk/
    Organic seeds (Devon based) - https://www.organiccatalogue.com/seeds

  13. David Attenborough’s Ant Mountain
  14. Secret Life Underground (especially the 2nd episode)
  15. Secret Life of Lakes
  16. Tales of Nature
  17. Chasing Coral
  18. Mission Blue
  19. BBC ‘Expedition’ series: I can’t find these streaming anywhere, and BBC doesn’t seem to market them very well so they tend to get lost in a pile of ‘just average’ TV specials, but these are some of my absolute favorites. See: Expedition Borneo, Lost Land Collection, and The Dark: Nature’s Nighttime World.
  20. Introductie tot Plantengemeenschappen door Joop Schaminée
    1- Het Hoe en waarom van Plantenkundig Onderzoek (45min)
    2- Tijdslijn, Hoe heeft het Plantengemeenschappen en Sociologisch Onderzoek zich ontwikkeld heeft

    Op donderdag 22 april 2021 verzorgde Joop Schaminée een online lezing op uitnodiging van de SJOC (plantensociologische werkgroep van de NJN), het eerste deel van de lezing ging over "plantensociologisch onderzoek, het hoe en waarom?" o.a. plantgemeenschappen en vegetatieopname kwamen aan bod, het tweede deel ging over de geschiedenis van het planten sociologisch onderzoek.
    De aankondiging van de lezing met nog wat meer achtergrondinformatie:
    "Als je op excursie graag een Aardbeiklaver wilt zien, zoek je niet in het bos. En wie wel eens met de Sjoc meegaat weet dat je Beenbreek en Brandnetel niet snel naast elkaar zal zien staan. Als je wat langer naar planten kijkt valt het je al snel op dat sommige planten vaak samen voorkomen. Dit noemen we plantengemeenschappen. Deze plantengemeenschappen kan je beter bekijken door een vegetatieopname te maken, waarbij je in een proefvlak opschrijft hoeveel elke soort daar voorkomt. Maar waarom zou je dat willen? Daar gaat Joop Schaminée, hoogleraar vegetatie ecologie bij Wageningen University and Research, ons vanavond alles over vertellen. Elke plantengemeenschap is specifiek voor een bepaalde omgeving, dus als je eenmaal leert om naar groepen planten te kijken kan je de natuur om je heen steeds beter gaan begrijpen."
    Introductie tot Plantengemeenschappen door Joop Schaminée

  21. Mucky Secrets (full) - The Marine Creatures of the Lembeh Strait
    The Lembeh Strait is a popular scuba diving destination, famed for its excellent "muck diving". A huge diversity of exotic marine creatures can be found on the mucky seabed, including everything from tropical fish to benthic sharks to nudibranchs. Critters compete for survival with an armoury including camouflage, mimicry, toxicity, and dazzling coloration.

    "Mucky Secrets" is an excellent resource for scuba divers, aquarists, and marine biology students. The documentary features underwater macro footage from many of Lembeh's famous dive sites including Critter Hunt, Police Pier, Tanjung Kusu-Kusu, Nudi Falls, Aer Perang, Jahir, Makawide, Nudi Retreat, Retak Larry, TK (Teluk Kembahu), Hairball and Aw Shucks.

    There are subtitles/CC tracks for the narration and for the scientific and common names of the marine species, and dive site names.

    Watch the 4-minute prologue video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcgT_e...​

    Marine life featured:
    0:00:00​ Introduction
    0:05:11​ Corals
    CRUSTACEANS
    0:07:29​ Commensal shrimps (partner shrimps)
    0:09:12​ Emperor shrimp
    0:11:07​ Mantis shrimps

    ELASMOBRANCHS
    0:17:11​ Blue spotted stingrays
    0:18:15​ Brownbanded bamboo shark

  22. Boeken over het Oer IJ de de Hunze
    https://www.oerij.eu/professionals/ontstaan-en-bewoningsgeschiedenis/OER IJ

  23. Een Kronkelend verhaal, Nieuw Licht op de Oude Hunze Van Gorcum, Jan van den Broek
  24. Een Kronkelend verhaal, Nieuw Licht op de Oude Hunze Van Gorcum, Jan van den Broek(pdf)
  25. De ontwikkelingen rondom de muurhagedis in Maastricht.

    De ontwikkelingen rondom de muurhagedis in Maastricht.
    Afgelopen jaren zijn er veel compensatiemaatregelen getroffen in het leefgebied van de muurhagedis. Zoals ook Belvédèreberg, Belvédèrelaan, Thomas Regout, koppelstuk Hoge en Lage Fronten enz.

    Ze zal ook ingaan op welke maatregelen allemaal zijn genomen en hoe die er uit zien. Hoe gaat het nu met de populatie, hoe is de verspreiding nu? En hoe nu verder?

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168-Map animation of observations over time Webinars

Yes, I was going to recommend Carto as well. I’ve used it for some iNat videos as well, like
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DS3SfMCS4BQ&t=200
Citizen Science and iNaturalist at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County(Carto),7min

Citizen Science and iNaturalist at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (Carto,7min)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DS3SfMCS4BQ&t=200
https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/map-animation-of-observations-over-time/1217/4

what you are asking for but you can also do this in the year in review stats, for yourself.
https://www.inaturalist.org/stats/2018/charlie

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/torquemap?interval=weekly&taxon_id=48507&place_id=14&d1=2018-12-01&d2=2019-04-01

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/torquemap?interval=weekly&taxon_id=48507&place_id=14&d1=2018-12-01&d2=2019-04-01 41
https://carto.com/platform/
That’s obs of all Vanessa species in CA this year so far on a weekly interval. It should support most of the usual observation URL params, as well as interval (monthly (default) or weekly). If you hover your mouse over the date or hit the spacebar you can step forward and backward in time with the arrow keys. This should be considered experimental and it was mainly made for internal testing, so if you make a URL that renders tons and tons of points and it goes viral, we might have to remove it to survive the traffic / load on our servers, so use it with care. It also does most of the point rendering in your browser, so on some setups it might just lock up the browser. Again, not intended for general use.

There’s also the compare tool, which has all the same caveats but could be used to visualize a pattern like this. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/compare?s=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%3D%3D
https://carto.com/platform/

  1. https://www.stowa.nl/agenda/webinar-cop-beken-en-rivieren-naar-een-robuust-veerkrachtig-en-stuurbaar-watersysteem-het
    webinars over infiltratie, waterconservering en waterbuffering in beekdallandschappen. De organisatie is wederom in handen van de CoP Beken en Rivieren, die wordt ondersteund door STOWA.

    https://www.stowa.nl/agenda/webinar-cop-beken-en-rivieren-naar-een-robuust-veerkrachtig-en-stuurbaar-watersysteem-het

  2. Topaz sharpen AI
    https://www.natuurfotografie.nl/fotos-verscherpen-met-topaz-sharpen-ai/ Net als Luminar gooit ook Topaz de term AI (Artificial Intelligence) er tegenaan om gebruikers ervan te overtuigen dat de software alles voor je doet. In Topaz is het inderdaad mogelijk om de schuifjes op automatisch te zetten en daarna alles over te laten aan het programma. Behalve dat analyseert Topaz ook waar de details zitten en welke gebieden maar beter geen verscherping kunnen gebruiken. Zo zal je zien dat een egale achtergrond niet zal lijden onder de verscherping. De software is echter niet heilig waardoor er altijd overgangsgebieden zijn waar je als fotograaf een andere mening hebt dan de software.

  3. Webinar - 21.04.21 - Een sterker Europa in de wereld, Europa - Tom Vandenkendelaere - Europees buitenlands beleid


    Webinar - 21.04.21 - Een sterker Europa in de wereld, Europa - Tom Vandenkendelaere - Europees buitenlands beleid

  4. De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021
    Dit jaar beleef je de Nacht van de Filosofie online! Met boeiende lezingen, te gekke kunst, kritische columns en interessante interviews. Deze keer staat het thema ‘De natuur was hier’ centraal. Het online evenement is gratis te volgen.

    Over het thema ‘De natuur was hier’
    Diersoorten sterven uit, onze grond verschraalt en bossen staan in brand. Door de overwoekering van de mens verdwijnt de natuur op rap tempo. Filosofen noemen dit tijdperk Antropoceen, oftewel het tijdperk van de mens. Overal waar wij komen laten we onze voetsporen achter. We laten plastic slingeren, lozen olie in de zee en leven momenteel met een dodelijk virus. Maar wie zijn wij ten opzichte van de natuur?

    Is er een verschil tussen menselijke en niet-menselijke natuur? Verdient de mens een aparte status ten opzichte van andere soorten? Is het leven van een boom, dier of rivier net zo belangrijk als een mens?

    Genoeg voer voor wetenschappers, filosofen en kunstenaars voor een avondje online filosoferen. In verschillende settings word je getrakteerd op muziek, talks en interviews. Zo vanaf je scherm de huiskamer in.
    "Niet op Putin gaan zitten"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s

    De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021
    "Niet op Putin gaan zitten"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s

  5. Britsisch Ecological Plant Blindness

    Britsisch Ecological Plant Blindness

  6. Manifest Iedereen recht op een groene leefomgeving (Webinar van Stichting Steenbreek)

    Samen met bijna 130 andere deelnemers hebben we met elkaar gesproken over het manifest ‘Iedereen heeft recht op een groene leefomgeving’. Met de sprekers Roel van Dijk (directeur Steenbreek), Mark Tuit (directeur IVN Natuureducatie Regio Noord) en Christa Schut (Tuinambassadeurs) zijn we met elkaar in gesprek gegaan over hoe je als groene organisatie met dit manifest aan de slag kunt gaan: hoe maak je een gemeente enthousiast om mee te doen, is er een groennorm per gemeente beschikbaar, hoe val je als groene organisatie op tussen alle andere partijen die de gemeente benaderen, hoe krijg je raadsleden mee, hoe motiveer je mensen om te vergroenen?

    Manifest Iedereen recht op een groene leefomgeving (Webinar van Stichting Steenbreek)

  7. Scott Loarie - iNaturalist | Duke Blueprint 2018 Keynote(Duke Conservation Technology)
    Keynote presentation delivered Friday, February 2, 2018, at the Blueprint: Nature + Progress conference hosted by Duke Conservation Tech at Duke University

    https://www.facebook.com/BotaniskForening/videos/1901436966691341
    Our goal in 2020 is to keep doubling so we have enough data for modeling data for global warming. Inaturalist does not want to do that for one species but for 1.000.000 species. And what is happening in the Amazone, in de African desert ? With the fish in the Ocean?
    Scott Loarie - iNaturalist | Duke Blueprint 2018 Keynote(Duke Conservation Technology)

  8. Wikipedia Weekly Network - Live editing Wikipedia: Biodiversity edition #3 #EarthDay
    Honoring #EarthDay​, Users Siobhan Leachman, Andra Waagmeester, Mike Dickison, Albin Larsson and Jan Ainali are joined by iNaturalist co-founder Ken Ichi to discuss and showcase how iNaturalist is used in Wikimedia. We'll start with the new property iNaturalist place ID in Wikidata and see where our discussion leads us. Join in the chat to ask questions during the session.

    Wikipedia Weekly Network - Live editing Wikipedia: Biodiversity edition #3 #EarthDay

  9. Plantesystematikk Introkurs #1 - Utvikling av landplantene

    Plantesystematikk Introkurs #1 - Utvikling av landplantene

  10. De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021 met WitbuikEgel Putin
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s

    De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021 met WitbuikEgel Putin
    Over het thema ‘De natuur was hier’
    Diersoorten sterven uit, onze grond verschraalt en bossen staan in brand. Door de overwoekering van de mens verdwijnt de natuur op rap tempo. Filosofen noemen dit tijdperk Antropoceen, oftewel het tijdperk van de mens. Overal waar wij komen laten we onze voetsporen achter. We laten plastic slingeren, lozen olie in de zee en leven momenteel met een dodelijk virus. Maar wie zijn wij ten opzichte van de natuur?

    Is er een verschil tussen menselijke en niet-menselijke natuur? Verdient de mens een aparte status ten opzichte van andere soorten? Is het leven van een boom, dier of rivier net zo belangrijk als een mens?

  11. Bat Talk Gardening Echo-Meter-Touch-Detector
    Conservation Communities Project Bat Talk, here is the link to the recording:
    https://youtu.be/MlKGP2p9hZA
    Helen previously worked on the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project. She has offered to share her knowledge of bats found in Devon, and talk about how bats represent a whole ecosystem and food web.
    Helen will show us ways in which we can help bat populations in our local area and changes we can make to our everyday gardening that will benefit these mammals.

    Helen previously worked on the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project. She has offered to share her knowledge of bats found in Devon, and talk about how bats represent a whole ecosystem and food web.
    Helen will show us ways in which we can help bat populations in our local area and changes we can make to our everyday gardening that will benefit these mammals.
    Here are some of the details Helen mentioned during the talk and discussion:
    https://www.amazon.nl/Echo-Meter-Touch-Detector-Android
    The Echo Meter Touch 2 turns your Android smartphone or tablet into a state-of-the-art bat detector. This tiny device plugs directly into the micro-USB socket of your phone or tablet and, when used with the free app, will let you listen to, view, record, and identify the sounds made by the bats that you encounter.

  12. “British Bat Calls – A Guide to Species Identification” by Jon Russ (published by Pelagic Publishing). This covers all UK bat calls plus some of the more common social calls.
  13. If you want to get serious i.e. understand bat social calls and ultrasonic calls, then you should also get Middleton’s “Social Calls of the Bats of Britain and Ireland” and “Is That A Bat?” (also by Pelagic Publishing).
  14. FSC (Field Studies Council) Guide: Bats guide – Field Studies Council (field-studies-council.org)
  15. Bat project website - https://devonbatproject.org/
  16. Action for Insects campaign – https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/take-action-insects
  17. Wild About Gardens - https://www.wildaboutgardens.org.uk/
  18. Moor meadows - https://moormeadows.org.uk/
  19. Meadow leaflet – see attached
  20. Seed suppliers;

    Emorsgate (Norfolk based) - https://wildseed.co.uk/
    Goren Farm (East Devon) - https://www.goren.co.uk/
    Organic seeds (Devon based) - https://www.organiccatalogue.com/seeds


  21. David Attenborough’s Ant Mountain
  22. Secret Life Underground (especially the 2nd episode)
  23. Secret Life of Lakes
  24. Tales of Nature
  25. Chasing Coral
  26. Mission Blue
  27. BBC ‘Expedition’ series: I can’t find these streaming anywhere, and BBC doesn’t seem to market them very well so they tend to get lost in a pile of ‘just average’ TV specials, but these are some of my absolute favorites. See: Expedition Borneo, Lost Land Collection, and The Dark: Nature’s Nighttime World.
  28. Introductie tot Plantengemeenschappen door Joop Schaminée
    1- Het Hoe en waarom van Plantenkundig Onderzoek (45min)
    2- Tijdslijn, Hoe heeft het Plantengemeenschappen en Sociologisch Onderzoek zich ontwikkeld heeft

    Op donderdag 22 april 2021 verzorgde Joop Schaminée een online lezing op uitnodiging van de SJOC (plantensociologische werkgroep van de NJN), het eerste deel van de lezing ging over "plantensociologisch onderzoek, het hoe en waarom?" o.a. plantgemeenschappen en vegetatieopname kwamen aan bod, het tweede deel ging over de geschiedenis van het planten sociologisch onderzoek.
    De aankondiging van de lezing met nog wat meer achtergrondinformatie:
    "Als je op excursie graag een Aardbeiklaver wilt zien, zoek je niet in het bos. En wie wel eens met de Sjoc meegaat weet dat je Beenbreek en Brandnetel niet snel naast elkaar zal zien staan. Als je wat langer naar planten kijkt valt het je al snel op dat sommige planten vaak samen voorkomen. Dit noemen we plantengemeenschappen. Deze plantengemeenschappen kan je beter bekijken door een vegetatieopname te maken, waarbij je in een proefvlak opschrijft hoeveel elke soort daar voorkomt. Maar waarom zou je dat willen? Daar gaat Joop Schaminée, hoogleraar vegetatie ecologie bij Wageningen University and Research, ons vanavond alles over vertellen. Elke plantengemeenschap is specifiek voor een bepaalde omgeving, dus als je eenmaal leert om naar groepen planten te kijken kan je de natuur om je heen steeds beter gaan begrijpen."
    Introductie tot Plantengemeenschappen door Joop Schaminée

  29. Mucky Secrets (full) - The Marine Creatures of the Lembeh Strait
    The Lembeh Strait is a popular scuba diving destination, famed for its excellent "muck diving". A huge diversity of exotic marine creatures can be found on the mucky seabed, including everything from tropical fish to benthic sharks to nudibranchs. Critters compete for survival with an armoury including camouflage, mimicry, toxicity, and dazzling coloration.

    "Mucky Secrets" is an excellent resource for scuba divers, aquarists, and marine biology students. The documentary features underwater macro footage from many of Lembeh's famous dive sites including Critter Hunt, Police Pier, Tanjung Kusu-Kusu, Nudi Falls, Aer Perang, Jahir, Makawide, Nudi Retreat, Retak Larry, TK (Teluk Kembahu), Hairball and Aw Shucks.

    There are subtitles/CC tracks for the narration and for the scientific and common names of the marine species, and dive site names.

    Watch the 4-minute prologue video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcgT_e...​

    Marine life featured:
    0:00:00​ Introduction
    0:05:11​ Corals
    CRUSTACEANS
    0:07:29​ Commensal shrimps (partner shrimps)
    0:09:12​ Emperor shrimp
    0:11:07​ Mantis shrimps

    ELASMOBRANCHS
    0:17:11​ Blue spotted stingrays
    0:18:15​ Brownbanded bamboo shark

  30. Boeken over het Oer


  31. Een Kronkelend verhaal, Nieuw Licht op de Oude Hunze Van Gorcum, Jan van den Broek

  32. Een Kronkelend verhaal, Nieuw Licht op de Oude Hunze Van Gorcum, Jan van den Broek(pdf)

  33. De ontwikkelingen rondom de muurhagedis in Maastricht.

    De ontwikkelingen rondom de muurhagedis in Maastricht.
    Afgelopen jaren zijn er veel compensatiemaatregelen getroffen in het leefgebied van de muurhagedis. Zoals ook Belvédèreberg, Belvédèrelaan, Thomas Regout, koppelstuk Hoge en Lage Fronten enz.
  34. Ze zal ook ingaan op welke maatregelen allemaal zijn genomen en hoe die er uit zien. Hoe gaat het nu met de populatie, hoe is de verspreiding nu? En hoe nu verder?

https://www.natuurfotografie.nl/fotos-verscherpen-met-topaz-sharpen-ai/
"Niet op Putin gaan zitten"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s
https://www.facebook.com/BotaniskForening/videos/1901436966691341
168-Map animation of observations over time
168-Map animation of observations over time Webinars

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168-Map animation of observations over time Webinars

Yes, I was going to recommend Carto as well. I’ve used it for some iNat videos as well, like
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DS3SfMCS4BQ&t=200
Citizen Science and iNaturalist at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County(Carto),7min

Citizen Science and iNaturalist at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (Carto,7min)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DS3SfMCS4BQ&t=200
https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/map-animation-of-observations-over-time/1217/4

what you are asking for but you can also do this in the year in review stats, for yourself.
https://www.inaturalist.org/stats/2018/charlie

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/torquemap?interval=weekly&taxon_id=48507&place_id=14&d1=2018-12-01&d2=2019-04-01

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/torquemap?interval=weekly&taxon_id=48507&place_id=14&d1=2018-12-01&d2=2019-04-01 41
https://carto.com/platform/
That’s obs of all Vanessa species in CA this year so far on a weekly interval. It should support most of the usual observation URL params, as well as interval (monthly (default) or weekly). If you hover your mouse over the date or hit the spacebar you can step forward and backward in time with the arrow keys. This should be considered experimental and it was mainly made for internal testing, so if you make a URL that renders tons and tons of points and it goes viral, we might have to remove it to survive the traffic / load on our servers, so use it with care. It also does most of the point rendering in your browser, so on some setups it might just lock up the browser. Again, not intended for general use.

There’s also the compare tool, which has all the same caveats but could be used to visualize a pattern like this. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/compare?s=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%3D%3D
https://carto.com/platform/

  1. https://www.stowa.nl/agenda/webinar-cop-beken-en-rivieren-naar-een-robuust-veerkrachtig-en-stuurbaar-watersysteem-het
    webinars over infiltratie, waterconservering en waterbuffering in beekdallandschappen. De organisatie is wederom in handen van de CoP Beken en Rivieren, die wordt ondersteund door STOWA.

    https://www.stowa.nl/agenda/webinar-cop-beken-en-rivieren-naar-een-robuust-veerkrachtig-en-stuurbaar-watersysteem-het

  2. Topaz sharpen AI
    https://www.natuurfotografie.nl/fotos-verscherpen-met-topaz-sharpen-ai/ Net als Luminar gooit ook Topaz de term AI (Artificial Intelligence) er tegenaan om gebruikers ervan te overtuigen dat de software alles voor je doet. In Topaz is het inderdaad mogelijk om de schuifjes op automatisch te zetten en daarna alles over te laten aan het programma. Behalve dat analyseert Topaz ook waar de details zitten en welke gebieden maar beter geen verscherping kunnen gebruiken. Zo zal je zien dat een egale achtergrond niet zal lijden onder de verscherping. De software is echter niet heilig waardoor er altijd overgangsgebieden zijn waar je als fotograaf een andere mening hebt dan de software.

  3. Webinar - 21.04.21 - Een sterker Europa in de wereld, Europa - Tom Vandenkendelaere - Europees buitenlands beleid


    Webinar - 21.04.21 - Een sterker Europa in de wereld, Europa - Tom Vandenkendelaere - Europees buitenlands beleid

  4. De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021
    Dit jaar beleef je de Nacht van de Filosofie online! Met boeiende lezingen, te gekke kunst, kritische columns en interessante interviews. Deze keer staat het thema ‘De natuur was hier’ centraal. Het online evenement is gratis te volgen.

    Over het thema ‘De natuur was hier’
    Diersoorten sterven uit, onze grond verschraalt en bossen staan in brand. Door de overwoekering van de mens verdwijnt de natuur op rap tempo. Filosofen noemen dit tijdperk Antropoceen, oftewel het tijdperk van de mens. Overal waar wij komen laten we onze voetsporen achter. We laten plastic slingeren, lozen olie in de zee en leven momenteel met een dodelijk virus. Maar wie zijn wij ten opzichte van de natuur?

    Is er een verschil tussen menselijke en niet-menselijke natuur? Verdient de mens een aparte status ten opzichte van andere soorten? Is het leven van een boom, dier of rivier net zo belangrijk als een mens?

    Genoeg voer voor wetenschappers, filosofen en kunstenaars voor een avondje online filosoferen. In verschillende settings word je getrakteerd op muziek, talks en interviews. Zo vanaf je scherm de huiskamer in.
    "Niet op Putin gaan zitten"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s

    De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021
    "Niet op Putin gaan zitten"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s

  5. Britsisch Ecological Plant Blindness

    Britsisch Ecological Plant Blindness

  6. Manifest Iedereen recht op een groene leefomgeving (Webinar van Stichting Steenbreek)

    Samen met bijna 130 andere deelnemers hebben we met elkaar gesproken over het manifest ‘Iedereen heeft recht op een groene leefomgeving’. Met de sprekers Roel van Dijk (directeur Steenbreek), Mark Tuit (directeur IVN Natuureducatie Regio Noord) en Christa Schut (Tuinambassadeurs) zijn we met elkaar in gesprek gegaan over hoe je als groene organisatie met dit manifest aan de slag kunt gaan: hoe maak je een gemeente enthousiast om mee te doen, is er een groennorm per gemeente beschikbaar, hoe val je als groene organisatie op tussen alle andere partijen die de gemeente benaderen, hoe krijg je raadsleden mee, hoe motiveer je mensen om te vergroenen?

    Manifest Iedereen recht op een groene leefomgeving (Webinar van Stichting Steenbreek)

  7. Scott Loarie - iNaturalist | Duke Blueprint 2018 Keynote(Duke Conservation Technology)
    Keynote presentation delivered Friday, February 2, 2018, at the Blueprint: Nature + Progress conference hosted by Duke Conservation Tech at Duke University

    https://www.facebook.com/BotaniskForening/videos/1901436966691341
    Our goal in 2020 is to keep doubling so we have enough data for modeling data for global warming. Inaturalist does not want to do that for one species but for 1.000.000 species. And what is happening in the Amazone, in de African desert ? With the fish in the Ocean?
    Scott Loarie - iNaturalist | Duke Blueprint 2018 Keynote(Duke Conservation Technology)

  8. Wikipedia Weekly Network - Live editing Wikipedia: Biodiversity edition #3 #EarthDay
    Honoring #EarthDay​, Users Siobhan Leachman, Andra Waagmeester, Mike Dickison, Albin Larsson and Jan Ainali are joined by iNaturalist co-founder Ken Ichi to discuss and showcase how iNaturalist is used in Wikimedia. We'll start with the new property iNaturalist place ID in Wikidata and see where our discussion leads us. Join in the chat to ask questions during the session.

    Wikipedia Weekly Network - Live editing Wikipedia: Biodiversity edition #3 #EarthDay

  9. Plantesystematikk Introkurs #1 - Utvikling av landplantene

    Plantesystematikk Introkurs #1 - Utvikling av landplantene

  10. De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021 met WitbuikEgel Putin
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s

    De Nacht van de Filosofie 2021 met WitbuikEgel Putin
    Over het thema ‘De natuur was hier’
    Diersoorten sterven uit, onze grond verschraalt en bossen staan in brand. Door de overwoekering van de mens verdwijnt de natuur op rap tempo. Filosofen noemen dit tijdperk Antropoceen, oftewel het tijdperk van de mens. Overal waar wij komen laten we onze voetsporen achter. We laten plastic slingeren, lozen olie in de zee en leven momenteel met een dodelijk virus. Maar wie zijn wij ten opzichte van de natuur?

    Is er een verschil tussen menselijke en niet-menselijke natuur? Verdient de mens een aparte status ten opzichte van andere soorten? Is het leven van een boom, dier of rivier net zo belangrijk als een mens?

  11. Bat Talk Gardening Echo-Meter-Touch-Detector
    Conservation Communities Project Bat Talk, here is the link to the recording:
    https://youtu.be/MlKGP2p9hZA
    Helen previously worked on the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project. She has offered to share her knowledge of bats found in Devon, and talk about how bats represent a whole ecosystem and food web.
    Helen will show us ways in which we can help bat populations in our local area and changes we can make to our everyday gardening that will benefit these mammals.

    Helen previously worked on the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project. She has offered to share her knowledge of bats found in Devon, and talk about how bats represent a whole ecosystem and food web.
    Helen will show us ways in which we can help bat populations in our local area and changes we can make to our everyday gardening that will benefit these mammals.
    Here are some of the details Helen mentioned during the talk and discussion:
    https://www.amazon.nl/Echo-Meter-Touch-Detector-Android
    The Echo Meter Touch 2 turns your Android smartphone or tablet into a state-of-the-art bat detector. This tiny device plugs directly into the micro-USB socket of your phone or tablet and, when used with the free app, will let you listen to, view, record, and identify the sounds made by the bats that you encounter.

  12. “British Bat Calls – A Guide to Species Identification” by Jon Russ (published by Pelagic Publishing). This covers all UK bat calls plus some of the more common social calls.
  13. If you want to get serious i.e. understand bat social calls and ultrasonic calls, then you should also get Middleton’s “Social Calls of the Bats of Britain and Ireland” and “Is That A Bat?” (also by Pelagic Publishing).
  14. FSC (Field Studies Council) Guide: Bats guide – Field Studies Council (field-studies-council.org)
  15. Bat project website - https://devonbatproject.org/
  16. Action for Insects campaign – https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/take-action-insects
  17. Wild About Gardens - https://www.wildaboutgardens.org.uk/
  18. Moor meadows - https://moormeadows.org.uk/
  19. Meadow leaflet – see attached
  20. Seed suppliers;

    Emorsgate (Norfolk based) - https://wildseed.co.uk/
    Goren Farm (East Devon) - https://www.goren.co.uk/
    Organic seeds (Devon based) - https://www.organiccatalogue.com/seeds


  21. David Attenborough’s Ant Mountain
  22. Secret Life Underground (especially the 2nd episode)
  23. Secret Life of Lakes
  24. Tales of Nature
  25. Chasing Coral
  26. Mission Blue
  27. BBC ‘Expedition’ series: I can’t find these streaming anywhere, and BBC doesn’t seem to market them very well so they tend to get lost in a pile of ‘just average’ TV specials, but these are some of my absolute favorites. See: Expedition Borneo, Lost Land Collection, and The Dark: Nature’s Nighttime World.
  28. Introductie tot Plantengemeenschappen door Joop Schaminée
    1- Het Hoe en waarom van Plantenkundig Onderzoek (45min)
    2- Tijdslijn, Hoe heeft het Plantengemeenschappen en Sociologisch Onderzoek zich ontwikkeld heeft

    Op donderdag 22 april 2021 verzorgde Joop Schaminée een online lezing op uitnodiging van de SJOC (plantensociologische werkgroep van de NJN), het eerste deel van de lezing ging over "plantensociologisch onderzoek, het hoe en waarom?" o.a. plantgemeenschappen en vegetatieopname kwamen aan bod, het tweede deel ging over de geschiedenis van het planten sociologisch onderzoek.
    De aankondiging van de lezing met nog wat meer achtergrondinformatie:
    "Als je op excursie graag een Aardbeiklaver wilt zien, zoek je niet in het bos. En wie wel eens met de Sjoc meegaat weet dat je Beenbreek en Brandnetel niet snel naast elkaar zal zien staan. Als je wat langer naar planten kijkt valt het je al snel op dat sommige planten vaak samen voorkomen. Dit noemen we plantengemeenschappen. Deze plantengemeenschappen kan je beter bekijken door een vegetatieopname te maken, waarbij je in een proefvlak opschrijft hoeveel elke soort daar voorkomt. Maar waarom zou je dat willen? Daar gaat Joop Schaminée, hoogleraar vegetatie ecologie bij Wageningen University and Research, ons vanavond alles over vertellen. Elke plantengemeenschap is specifiek voor een bepaalde omgeving, dus als je eenmaal leert om naar groepen planten te kijken kan je de natuur om je heen steeds beter gaan begrijpen."
    Introductie tot Plantengemeenschappen door Joop Schaminée

  29. Mucky Secrets (full) - The Marine Creatures of the Lembeh Strait
    The Lembeh Strait is a popular scuba diving destination, famed for its excellent "muck diving". A huge diversity of exotic marine creatures can be found on the mucky seabed, including everything from tropical fish to benthic sharks to nudibranchs. Critters compete for survival with an armoury including camouflage, mimicry, toxicity, and dazzling coloration.

    "Mucky Secrets" is an excellent resource for scuba divers, aquarists, and marine biology students. The documentary features underwater macro footage from many of Lembeh's famous dive sites including Critter Hunt, Police Pier, Tanjung Kusu-Kusu, Nudi Falls, Aer Perang, Jahir, Makawide, Nudi Retreat, Retak Larry, TK (Teluk Kembahu), Hairball and Aw Shucks.

    There are subtitles/CC tracks for the narration and for the scientific and common names of the marine species, and dive site names.

    Watch the 4-minute prologue video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcgT_e...​

    Marine life featured:
    0:00:00​ Introduction
    0:05:11​ Corals
    CRUSTACEANS
    0:07:29​ Commensal shrimps (partner shrimps)
    0:09:12​ Emperor shrimp
    0:11:07​ Mantis shrimps

    ELASMOBRANCHS
    0:17:11​ Blue spotted stingrays
    0:18:15​ Brownbanded bamboo shark

  30. Boeken over het Oer


  31. Een Kronkelend verhaal, Nieuw Licht op de Oude Hunze Van Gorcum, Jan van den Broek

  32. Een Kronkelend verhaal, Nieuw Licht op de Oude Hunze Van Gorcum, Jan van den Broek(pdf)

  33. De ontwikkelingen rondom de muurhagedis in Maastricht.

    De ontwikkelingen rondom de muurhagedis in Maastricht.
    Afgelopen jaren zijn er veel compensatiemaatregelen getroffen in het leefgebied van de muurhagedis. Zoals ook Belvédèreberg, Belvédèrelaan, Thomas Regout, koppelstuk Hoge en Lage Fronten enz.
  34. Ze zal ook ingaan op welke maatregelen allemaal zijn genomen en hoe die er uit zien. Hoe gaat het nu met de populatie, hoe is de verspreiding nu? En hoe nu verder?

https://www.natuurfotografie.nl/fotos-verscherpen-met-topaz-sharpen-ai/
"Niet op Putin gaan zitten"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tn-zzJfsIQ&t=3000s
https://www.facebook.com/BotaniskForening/videos/1901436966691341
168-Map animation of observations over time
168-Map animation of observations over time Webinars

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City Nature Challenge 2021: North East England Results Details

Here’s a little more detail on the final City Nature Challenge results for our area, North East England.

Throughout the recording days nbrodin and jmcommon were neck and neck for gaining the top spot for making the most observations. In the end nbrodin came out top with a fantastic set of 321 records, but jmcommon gained top place for most species recorded with a whopping 262! We must also credit bumble_being for putting in a serious shift helping to identify species and completing the most at 254 identifications! Top work all three of you but also to everyone who took part and submitted even one record!

From the map, you can see we had pretty good coverage of the area.

Nicola35 collected some records right up on the Scottish border, whilst sianeileen was out recording along the North Yorkshire border. Over to the west, right on the Cumbrian border duncan34 was contributing and we had much more coastal representation this year all down the east coast.

Nicola35 even sent in photos and records from a dive beneath the waves of the sea! In case you didn’t know, the border for our region extends 10km out into the North Sea, so, thinking ahead...does anybody know any boat-going sea fishermen who could help us out next year? Or more scuba divers?

We got records from all the main groups of organisms apart from reptiles, which is hardly surprising given the cold weather. Plants were the most widely recorded group and the species that got the most records overall, was Lesser Celandine.

It was nice to get several sound records of various birds singing. Being able to record bird song and other sounds is a great feature of the iNaturalist app.

Fungi gained some records and one of the most interesting was the Beech Woodwart spotted by lazza who also put in great effort for the challenge.

Invertebrates seemed few and far between for the time of year. Again this was probably due to the cold weather we were experiencing. Quite a few slugs and snails were recorded and a special shout out to kathryndt for doing some river sampling and spotting a mayfly larva!

Mammals and amphibians were spotted or signs of their presence. Did you know, feather, fur, poo and other signs can still count as a record as they provide evidence of the presence of a particular species?

There are plenty of photos to look at and I would urge you to have a browse around the results to see some of the wonderful wildlife in our area. For example, duncan34 got a great camera trap shot of a fox, tracy-ann63 got a super snap of a Red Kite as well as a lovely Roe Deer.

Have a look too at the results from around the globe too. It’s wonderful to consider that we were part of a world-wide effort to explore, spot and record the amazing wildlife to be found around the world.

Thank you once again for participating. It’s absolutely fantastic to know you are out there caring about nature and wildlife. If you missed participating in the CNC this year, then block out your diary for the end of April/beginning of May next year and we’ll see you there!

A MASSIVE THANK YOU once again to everyone who joined in!

https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2021-north-east-england

https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2021

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We are at CitSciVirtual and NASA CitSciCon

Visit the events and featured NASA projects at https://scistarter.org/NASA

May 21st FjordPhyto will be presenting at the Under the Sea event 4:30-5:30EST - meet us there!

https://scistarter.org/nasa/FjordPhyto-nasa

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Wildflower Hikes Continue to Amaze

Hello Wildflower Appreciators,

I hope that you have been enjoying this fine weather, and maybe even joining the Native Plant Society for an amazing hike. Note: The Dalles/Bretz Flood Ecoregion has been added to our map since many of our hikes have been out that way. Please continue to add your observations regardless.

On another note, we decided to redo the filters and to limit the observations to native plants, because that is who we as NPSO are. Sure we want to monitor introduced species and even invasive ones, but we want our data set to reflect just the natives at this point. Introduced plants can be search for by species under the regular iNaturalist megadata base.

Please get your friends to join us in documenting the blossoming of wildflowers in May. Who knows what next year will bring.

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Asilidae - Supporting IDs Needed

Below is a list of robber fly observations where the community ID is stuck at superfamily or above due to one or more disagreements. If anyone is willing to go through some of these and add an 'Asilidae' ID (no need to agree with my exact ID) to help pull the observation to at least family level, that would be greatly appreciated. I'll update the list as observations are moved.

Alternatively, you can use this link for observations: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?ident_taxon_id=47982&lrank=superfamily&place_id=any&reviewed=false

Or this one for the Identify module: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?ident_taxon_id=47982&lrank=superfamily&place_id=any&reviewed=false

This will show only those observations in which (1) there is at least one 'Asilidae' ID, (2) the community ID is superfamily or above, and (3) you have not already reviewed it. Unfortunately this will also include non-asilids which had an 'Asilidae' ID. I don't know that these can be filtered out in one URL search.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/1752888
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/3874514
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/5693009
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/7611675
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/11426928
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/13087827
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/13234540
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/13369187
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/13812171
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/14176516
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/14547388
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/14607092
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/15761257
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/16202065
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/16636180
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/17652621
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/18136590
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/21721035
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/23529725
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/23715801
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/24723556
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/25079417
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/25278161
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/26020839
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/26329629
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/26801705
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/26837655
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/26861789
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/26965200
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/27270953
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/27356396
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/27604362
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/27886646
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/28327034
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/28519923
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29216659
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29252486
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29604288
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29799307
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29881843
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29929699
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/30010429
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/31294630
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/31607066
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/31741370
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/32624347
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/33035585
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/37067395
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/37268967
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/38666611
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/39567360
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/42473404
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/44483598
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/44815063
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/45089978
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/45962094
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/46991351
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/47136709
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/47341656
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/47488853
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/47513264
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/47842899
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/49045460
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/49340989
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/49343169
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/49510569
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/49888156
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/49935455
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/50144837
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/50418698
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/50843443
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/50964219
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/50969432
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/50999997
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/51688059
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/52332665
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/52342456
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/52683383
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/52831718
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/52836691
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/52984014
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/53217448
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/53269387
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/53527198
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/53835269
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/53873855
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/53965360
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/54019834
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/54182958
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/54215528
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/54775796
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/54973442
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/55527248
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/55588382
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/55835907
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/56006998
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/56133663
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/56172864
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/56763805
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/56802454
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/57226782
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/58862057
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/59540530
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/60473203
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/61462025
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/61650770
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/61737300
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/62032078
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/62699315
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/63408654
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/63759719
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/64508509
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/66401148
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/66420491
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/66709081
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/67801146
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/67953946
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/68044183
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/68494497
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/68685546
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/68859278
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/70976973
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/74501016
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/75844732
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/75902200
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/77190444
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/77414906
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/77480716
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/77539433
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/77540918
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/78286148

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Auswertung

Es wurden insgesamt 86 Arten gefunden, jedoch konnten nur 79 teilweise oder komplett indentifiziert werden.
Diese 79 Arten gehören zu 34 verschiedenen Familien.
40 Arten sind kultiviert, das heisst 46 Arten sind spontan gewachsen.
Viele der spontan wachsenden Arten bevorzugen neutral-basische bis basische Böden sowie montan bis kolline Lebensräume. Auch beim Nährstoffgehalt bevorzugen die spontanen Pflanzen eher mässig nährstoffarme - mässig nährstoffreiche bis nährstoffreiche Böden. Da der Garten auf über 600 M.ü.M. liegt passt der Lebensraum schon sehr gut. Stadtböden sind oft sehr nährstoffreich, aber auch belastet mit Schwermetallen. Da der Garten am Stadtrand liegt überwiegt wohl der positive Nährstoffgehalt. Allerdings scheint der Nährstoffgehalt auch nicht zu extrem zu sein, da die Grosse Brennnessel (Urtica dioica) sich auf diesem Gebiet nicht ausbreitet.
Die meisten spontanen Arten haben gerne helle Standorte und wenn nicht, waren sie meist hinter dem Gartenhäuschen zu finden. Der Wasserhaushalt wird im Garten oft von den "Gärtnern" bestimmt, wodurch der Steingarten relativ trocken gehalten werden kann und auch an einem sehr sonnigen Standort geplant wurde ohne Schattenwurf darauf. Der Rest des Gartens kann je nach Bedürfnissen der Pflanzen mehr oder weniger stark gewässert werden. Der Garten ist an einer leichten Hanglage, daher sind die feuchtigkeitliebenderen Pflanzen eher am unteren Rand des Grundstücks anzutreffen.
Leider hat die Zeit nicht gereicht um noch Tieraufnahmen (Foto oder Audio) zu machen, aber es gab Mauereidechsen, Weinbergschnecken, verschiedene Hummel- und Bienen-Arten, Blattläuse, Ameisen, Wanzen, Marienkäfer, Rosenkäfer, Stieglitze, Amseln, Feldsperlinge, Grünfinke und mindestens einen Gartenrotschwanz an diesem Tag zu sehen bzw. zu hören.

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Grassland birds at Coal Creek

On May 5, team members from Southeastern Grasslands Initiative, led by new intern Jared Gorrell, documented many plant and animal species at Coal Creek. Of particular note is the observation of a number of grassland birds, including Bobolink, Northern Harrier, Eastern Meadowlark, Grasshopper Sparrow, Savannah Sparrow, Field Sparrow, and Prairie Warbler.

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Post BioBlitz Feedback

Hello participants in the Lincoln National Forest Spring 2021 BioBlitz.
I am posting to ask for your feedback on this event and if you would participate again in future events.

If you have any feedback or suggestions for future events please email warren.hartman@usda.gov

Thank you so much for your participation.

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The Results are in. Well done Nottingham!

Over the weekend 2828 observations were made in Nottingham, including 744 different
species, narrowly beating the city’s 2020 record. Out of the 14 areas across the UK that
took part, Birmingham topped the table for the number of observations and species and
Bristol and Bath had the most number of observers.

Read more about the UK results https://www.bnhc.org.uk/city-nature-challenge/the-results-are-in

Thank you everyone who took part!

Still keep recording as we have a general project for the City which you can join https://uk.inaturalist.org/projects/nottingham-urban-wildlife-scheme-general-project

We will also be preparing to #gowild in June!

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DePauw Nature Park's first BioBlitz was a success

Just a note to mention that the first 24-hour DePauw Nature Park Bio Blitz was organized by senior Michael Troutman (DPU class of 2021) on April 25-26, 2021. The Bio Blitz has its own project on iNaturalist, but I wanted to note here that eleven observers submitted 229 observations (53 of which are now research grade). The stats for the bioblitz indicate 135 species were named (so far), with several more awaiting identification. About 60% of the observations were of plants, and 19% were birds. We'll do another Blitz soon, maybe during the 20th anniversary of DePauw taking over the management of the site (in 2023-24).

-- Dana Dudle, Professor of Biology, DePauw University.

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more results, and prizes for top participants!

World Rankings
ABQ's 10605 observations put us 28th in Total Observations out of 419 cities (in the top 7% worldwide!)
We ranked 47th in species identified (1,273), 37th in number of identifiers (411), and 42nd in number of observers (350).

In arid climates overall, we placed 5th total observations, 6th in species identified, and 5th in observers!
In our specific climate (BSk (cold semi-arid in the Koppen climate system)), we were 3rd total obs, 4th in species, and 4th in observers. (Denver was 3rd with only 15 more participants than we had!)

Prizes!
We're contacting our top observers, identifiers, and species finders in addition to the members of the winning team, Geography & Environmental Studies, and asking for mailing addresses so that we can send your small prize. We've heard that some people are getting warnings given that we have not corresponded previously so we wanted to let you know it is a legitimate request.

Fun fact from one of our ID events:
Did that you know that those army cutworm moths that sometimes visit in abundance are full of great protein and nutrients? They are a great food source for bears, so the next time we have too many just remember that they are supporting our bear neighbors!

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