WOW!

Hi all! I created this project, Oahu Invasives, in March 2015 as a test project for a Biology and Technology class I was taking. I didn't think much would come of it since there was very little activity with the Hawaii projects on iNaturalist and didn't check back on it. Well, I recently logged in and am amazed to see over 115 observations! How exciting!

The reason I logged back into this site (in addition to remembering what a cool site this is) was because I had the idea that iNaturalist would be a great tool to use for another class I'm taking. I'm participating in a graduate-level leadership class for conservation biology with Miami University. I thought that leading a bioblitz for locals and visitors to participate in would be a great way for both groups to get to know more about the creatures of Oahu.

I don't have all the details ironed out yet, but I'd love to have feedback from this lively group. I'm planning a bioblitz for sometime in August. I'd like to get you all thinking about:

  • Do you know who might need the data collected from this bioblitz?
  • How do I reach local and visiting participants?
  • Any other suggestions or input you'd like to provide to make this a success?

Publicado por rguntkowski rguntkowski, 23 de marzo de 2017

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