Archivos de diario de junio 2016

22 de junio de 2016

Vermont iNaturalist Discovers a New Population of a Rare Dragonfly

As a novice photographer, James Welch enjoys documenting the biodiversity he sees around his home turf. With his camera in hand while walking his dog last week, Welch stumbled upon a rare find in Vermont near the Winooski River, a Midland Clubtail.
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05 de junio de 2016

Using the new Bulk Uploading Tool for Photo-observations

Do you like to use your point-and-shoot or DSLR camera to collect observations for iNaturalist Vermont? Are you still trying to add those one at a time from your computer after you download and process them? The new and improved bulk uploading tool is for you! Check out this short video tutorial and you'll be amazed how easy it is.

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01 de junio de 2016

May 2016 iNaturalist Vermont Photo-observation of the Month

Congratulations to Joshua Lincoln for winning the May 2016 iNaturalist Vermont photo-observation of the month contest. The image of a Festive Tiger Beetle (Cicindela scutellaris) was the most popular photo-observation as measured by clicked ‘favs’. Visit iNaturalist Vermont, a project of the Vermont Atlas of Life, and you can vote for the winner this month by clicking ‘fav’ on your favorite photo-observation. Make sure you get outdoors and record the biodiversity around you and submit your discoveries and you could be a winner this month!
Festive Tiger Beetle (Cicindela scutellaris) observed by Joshua Lincoln on May 12, 2016 along the Connecticut River in Hartland, Vermont. / © Joshua Lincoln

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28 de junio de 2016

iNaturalist Vermont Flies Past 100,000 Observations

With a tap on his smartphone and a click to submit to iNaturalist Vermont, Charlie Hohn added the 100,000th record on Friday, a beautiful Pink Lady's Slipper orchid. It was fitting that Charlie made the landmark observation, with nearly 14,000 photo-observations added to the project comprising 1,103 species, Charlie is one of the leaders (and evangelist!) for this project and iNaturalist as a whole.

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