1000 Observations - some stats

I just posted my observation #1000, of American Goldfinches at the L.A. River (my first obs of the species), and looked at the stats so far via the filter. (Stats updated on 02/04/2020.)

1000 Observations - 378 species (update: 379 species).
Observations which need an ID: 90 (9%) (update: 62 = 6.2%).

157 Bird species - 157 RG
89 Plants - 60 RG (update: 65 species with RG)
70 Insects - 54 RG (60)
15 Mammals - 15 RG
7 Fishes - 3 RG (4)
7 Mollusks - 4 RG (5)
6 Reptiles - 5 RG (number 6 was a snake skin)
5 Spiders - 3 RG
3 Amphibians - 3 RG
2 Fungi - 1 RG
0 Protozoans
0 Unknowns

17 Species didn't show up via the filter (above adds up to 361 species)

Most observed species

  1. RT Hawk (23)
  2. Phainopepla (16)
  3. GB Heron (15)
  4. Osprey (14)
  5. Hooded Oriole, Acorn WP, LeGo, CA Scrub-Jay (11)

Most observed Mammals:
CA Mule Deer (10), Bottlenose Dolphin (8) and Coyote (8).

50 "popular" observations, 5% (update: 55)
48 invasive/introduced species (update: 50)
15 threatened species (update: 17)
8 observations /7 species of banded/tagged birds (also reported to USGS etc.)

950 observation of 341 Species in L.A. County - 88 in need of an ID (update: 53 need ID)
50 observations of 44 species in Germany - 2 in need of an ID

Time on iNat: 447 days / 64 weeks / nearly 15 months

I ID-ed 961 observations for others so far, most of them in my year two on iNat as I'm getting a bit more experienced.

My observations were ID-ed by 398 identifiers (update: 416). Top of the list, with 96 IDs, texaskingbird. Biohexx1: 60; finatic: 47, kimssight: 36; johnascher: 34; alexis-orion: 33 (who is in Germany and all of 13 years old, and VERY knowledgeable); psweet: 30; idacosta: 24; kgarrett: 21 (always very helpful); and graysquirrel with 21. Thank you all!!

Observation with the most comments (14): https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/27476417 (of a piece of fur - as yet unresolved).
Most popular (3 ***): https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/14270674 (of a Greater Roadrunner eating a Whiptail lizzie). (Update: one more star, total 4.)

Publicado por andreacala andreacala, 24 de junio de 2019

Observaciones

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Jilguerito Canario Spinus tristis

Observ.

andreacala

Fecha

Junio 22, 2019 09:15 AM PDT

Descripción

Breeding male American Goldfinch, guarding three female/immature Goldfinches, at the L.A. River... (This is my 1,000th observation, hurray! I wrote a Journal post about the stats of my first 1,000 observations, https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/andreacala/25683-1000-observations-some-stats)

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