Contribute to the world's largest nature database and be a part of the global effort to keep track of precious wildlife. This World Environment Day, join our BioBlitz Canada 150 iNaturalist project » http://bit.ly/wedcan2017 #BioBlitz150
Posted by Canadian Wildlife Federation on Friday, June 2, 2017
Help build the world’s largest nature database!
What a great way to get outdoors to discover and learn about the diverse environment we live in! This is a great project for kids to learn about nature and be involved in something that helps sustain and conserve our environment for all species in Canada!
World Environment Day (June 5) is a chance to connect with nature and celebrate the amazing species in our everyday world. This year, the Government of Canada is hosting World Environment Day and asking people to get out and record the wonders of biodiversity in their own backyards. From June 1 to 12, every photo posted in the iNaturalist app will support the global effort to keep track of precious wildlife.
Help build the world’s largest nature database by sharing your discoveries. Every piece of information on a species – whether it is a photo, sound clip, or GPS location – helps researchers monitor changes in biodiversity and make important conservation decisions.
Read all about it, how it works, and how to get involved: http://cwf-fcf.org/en/events/world-environment-day.html
Sign up here to participate!: http://inaturalist.ca/users/new