二格山秋之旅|蕨對驚豔

送走酷暑迎來涼爽的秋日,二格的山林充滿生氣。
誠摯邀請您來二格,一起漫步於山林間,也和我們一起認識二格深秋裡的蕨朋友!

活動時間|2021/11/21(日)
集合時地|二格山佛濟寺集合
09:30-12:00
一般公民場:https://pse.is/3qt8zf
14:00-16:30
親子共學場:https://pse.is/3qsun2

請至荒野保護協會報名
限時限量。名額有限

Posted on October 17, 2021 12:32 by bunnytailgrass bunnytailgrass | 0 comments | Leave a comment

225-Van Acheta tot zoemertje: Sprinkhaangeluiden op Xeno-Canto en GBIF

  1. https://www.nlbif.nl/van-acheta-tot-zoemertje-sprinkhaangeluiden-op-xeno-canto-en-gbif/In dit project wordt de website en database van www.xeno-canto.org gereed gemaakt voor sprinkhaangeluiden. De sprinkhaangeluiden worden op GBIF gepubliceerd, via de eerder met hulp van NLBIF gerealiseerde publicatieroute die gebruik maakt van de ***infrastructuur van Naturalis Biodiversity Center. Het project levert een infrastructuur op waarmee later ook geluiden van bijvoorbeeld zoogdieren en amfibieën kunnen worden ontsloten. Hiermee zet Xeno-Canto een belangrijke stap naar een hoogwaardig wereldwijd platform voor een gemeenschap gewijd aan natuurgeluiden***.
  2. https://www.nlbif.nl/lange-termijn-dynamiek-van-lichaamsgrootte-bij-vogels/ In dit project richten we ons op de digitalisatie van de biometrische gegevens die bij vrijwel elke gevangen vogel gemeten en genoteerd worden. Deze belangrijke aanvullende informatie is voor een groot deel nog niet gedigitaliseerd, terwijl de toepassingsmogelijkheden legio zijn: op gestandaardiseerde wijze en over lange termijn verzamelde biometrische gegevens geven informatie over veranderingen in de lichaamsgrootte en de conditie van vogels, veranderingen in de timing van rui, over geografische variatie en over evolutie. We gaan de gegevens veiligstellen door het invoeren en/of importeren van archieven en datasets en die beschikbaar zijn via de ringers. Na toevoeging aan de centrale database worden tenminste 1 miljoen historische biometrische records en andere aanvullende gegevens uit vogelvangsten geëxporteerd naar NLBIF, met nadruk op de periode 1960-2020 (60 jaar).
  3. https://www.nlbif.nl/libellen-en-de-bescherming-van-zoetwaterhabitats-in-maleisie-indonesie-en-papoea-nieuw-guinea/ Dit project richt zich op het publiceren van 60.000 records van libellen van Maleisië, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesië, Timor Leste en Papoea-Nieuw-Guinea. Het betreft alle ooit gepubliceerde waarnemingen en omvat 1380 soorten (>20% van de wereldfauna) waarvan meer dan de helft endeem is voor de genoemde regio. De regio is slecht onderzocht en de gegevens zijn momenteel alleen in de literatuur beschikbaar. Libellen worden veel gebruikt als indicator voor de kwaliteit van zoetwaterhabitats en zijn in toenemende mate populair bij amateur natuurvorsers in Maleisië, Singapore en delen van Indonesië. De ontsloten gegeven
  4. https://www.nlbif.nl/automatische-beeldherkenning-als-instrument-voor-museumcollecties/
    Projectdoelen zijn:
    het delen van kennis van de door Naturalis vergaarde kennis op het gebied van beeldherkenning met de andere natuurhistorische musea (en museumsector), en voor Naturalis specifiek het verkrijgen van feedback en ervaringen van de musea;
    procesoptimalisatie (data)beheer binnen natuurhistorisch collecties, zoals tijdsbesparing bij digitalisering en systematisch opslaan van collectie;
    ondersteunen van collectiebeheerders in hun taken en het vergroten van hun kennis;
    inzet van geautomatiseerde beeldherkenning bij het determineren van natuurvondsten en natuurwaarnemingen van museumbezoekers;
    relatief eenvoudige determinaties te automatiseren en te versnellen waardoor specialisten zich kunnen focussen op de moeilijke of twijfelgevallen, en het vastleggen en overdragen van hun kennis;
    de kwaliteit en kwantiteit van waarnemingen te verhogen, zodat uiteindelijk een vollediger beeld ontstaat van verspreidingen van soorten in tijd en ruimte (via o.a. GBIF);
    zo indirect bijdragen aan behoud van de (Nederlandse) biodiversiteit.

  5. 25 okt
    Atlantic ocean circulation and its links to the Arctic given by dr. Femke de Jong. Summary
    The Atlantic ocean circulation consist of a complicated system of smaller and larger currents that together transports large amounts of heat northwards. This heat transport affects weather in western Europe, but also conditions in the Arctic Ocean and melting of Greenland's calving glaciers. The strength of the ocean circulation shows natural variability, but is also predicted to decrease in the future as a result of climate change. In this talk Femke de Jong will go into why and how we directly measure the Atlantic ocean circulation and what we are learning about the processes responsible for its variability.
    About our speaker
    Dr. Femke de Jong is a researcher at the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research at Texel. She received a Vidi Talent grant from the Dutch Research Council in 2018 with which she was able to continue her study of the 'engines' of the world. She regularly embarks on research vessels such as RV Pelagia to sample the subarctic waters off Greenland's south coast.
    25 oktober Atlantic ocean circulation and its links to the Arctic given by dr. Femke de Jong

  6. 20 okt . 20 oktober
    https://fb.me/e/1NKjqScM8 Bzzz, wie zijn deze wetenschappers? Een korte intro: ☝️ Professor Wolf Mooij is onderzoeker aan het Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie en hoogleraar Aquatische Ecologie aan de Wageningen University & Research. Wolf werkt in Living Lab B7 met lokale partners aan een duurzame natuurinclusieve bollenteelt met meerwaarde voor landschap én telers. 🍀 ☝️ Hans de Kroon is hoogleraar Plantenecologie aan de Radboud University. Eerder deed hij onderzoek naar studies naar plantenpopulaties en ondergrondse interacties tussen planten. De laatste jaren zet hij deze kennis in om te begrijpen hoe een hoge biodiversiteit tot stand komt. Hij kijkt naar planten maar ook naar vogels en insecten. Hans stelt dat de biodiversiteitscrisis een probleem is dat alleen wordt opgelost als alle spelers in het landschap samenwerken. 🐜🌱🐦 ☝️ Koos Biesmeijer is ecoloog en Wetenschappelijk Directeur van Naturalis Biodiversity Center. Hij is tevens hoofd van de onderzoeksgroep Biodiversity and Society en hoogleraar Natuurlijk Kapitaal aan de Universiteit Leiden / Leiden University. Hij werkt samen met vele wetenschappelijke en maatschappelijke partners om het Nederlandse landschap voor bestuivers en biodiversiteit te verbeteren en om biodiversiteit onderdeel te maken van de grote maatschappelijke transities. Ook is hij bestuurslid van het Deltaplan Biodiversiteitherstel en vicevoorzitter van natuurbeschermingsorganisatie Natuurmonumenten. 🌍🐝 Wil je hier bij zijn? 👉 https://fb.me/e/2BCneCO8Y 23 oktober vast in je agenda! https://fb.me/e/1NKjqScM8

  7. Vansteelant, W. M. G., J. Wehrmann, D. Engelen, J. Jansen, B. Verhelst, R. Benjumea, S. Cavaillès, T. Kaasiku, B. Hoekstra and F. de Boer “Accounting for differential migration strategies between age groups to monitor raptor population dynamics in the eastern Black Sea flyway.” Ibis. https://doi.org/10.1111/ibi.12773.

    Wehrmann, J., F. de Boer, R. Benjumea, S. Cavaillès, D. Engelen, J. Jansen, B. Verhelst and W. M. G. Vansteelant (2019). “Batumi Raptor Count: autumn raptor migration count data from the Batumi bottleneck, Republic of Georgia.” ZooKeys 836. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.836.29252

  8. https://www.nlbif.nl/mobilization-of-biodiversity-data-from-ukraine-to-gbif/
    The project will assist Ukraine in (1) Translating in Ukrainian the already popular there biodiversity data portal and mobile app iNaturalist (Results here) and the vernacular names of most of the native taxa, which will be integrated also in the Catalogue of Life; (2) Mobilise more biodiversity data from Ukrainian museum collections, herbaria, and scientific literature by involving and training researchers to digitise and publish new private data sets in GBIF (at least about 170 000 new Darwin Core https://www.nlbif.nl/zelf-meedoen/ standardized biodiversity data records. Results here); (3) Further promote and mainstream citizen science and the publication of data in GBIF. Results here. https://www.nlbif.nl/zelf-meedoen/

  9. NLBIF heeft een bijdrage beschikbaar gesteld voor programmeerwerk om de data uit Agouti te ontsluiten en daarvoor een data licentiesysteem te implementeren. Gebruikers kunnen straks https://www.nlbif.nl/van-cameraval-tot-gbif/ cameraval-observaties archiveren in het Camera Trap Metadata Standard formaat inclusief de https://www.nlbif.nl/van-cameraval-tot-gbif/ onderliggende foto’s als een data package permanent in het Zenodo repository. De observaties komen ook in GBIF als Darwin Core Archive, mét link naar het fotomateriaal in Zenodo. Hiermee kunnen gebruikers de data ontdekken en eenvoudig combineren met andere datasets. https://zenodo.org/record/4893244#.YWwNqVVBwkJ

    Door de publicatie van data rechtstreeks te ondersteunen vanuit Agouti, zal een groot aantal projecten kunnen worden ontsloten voor natuurbescherming en wetenschappelijk onderzoek. Door gebruikers van Agouti actief te engageren om data te publiceren en de technische drempel hiervoor zo laag mogelijk te maken zal er meer én sneller data ontsloten worden naar GBIF. https://zenodo.org/record/4893244#.YWwNqVVBwkJ Files are structured as a Frictionless Data Package. You can access all data in R via https://zenodo.org/record/4893244/files/datapackage.json using datapackage.

Posted on October 17, 2021 11:09 by ahospers ahospers | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Journal Entry #2

Xylaria polymorpha, commonly known as Dead man’s fingers, is a type of saprotrophic fungus that received its common name for its fruits having the resemblance of human fingers, or in my own opinion, the zombie hands sticking out of the ground in plants vs. Zombies. The fungus is found across North America and Europe, typically growing around wide varieties of dead or decaying woods, which was the same condition these creatures were found in. The fungus also may “attack” trees that are under stress such as any possible insufficiency in living requirements or under potential disease, quickly colonizing around it (Vogini & Powell, 2013).
The fruiting bodies of the fungus are not considered edible, its texture is described to be very wood-like and the mushroom itself also contains a few compounds that are similar to the most dangerous mushrooms in the world (Tu, 2018). A study conducted in 2007 also showed that the fruiting bodies of Xylaria polymorpha contains two particular compounds, xylarinic acids A and B, which have shown excellent ability in inhibiting growth of other pathogenic plant fungi such as Pythium ultinum, Magnaporthe grisea and Fusarium oxysporium, making the fungi a good possible choice for fungal control (Collins, 2021). However, further study had also shown that the compounds showed no antibacterial or cytotoxic effects (Jang et al., 2007).

Posted on October 17, 2021 10:47 by erlenneli09 erlenneli09 | 1 observation | 0 comments | Leave a comment

7 weitere Arten in allen Quadranten

Alnus glutinosa - Schwarz-Erle
Cirsium arvense - Acker-Kratzdistel
Cirsium palustre - Sumpf-Kratzdistel
Clinopodium vulgare - Wirbeldost
Eupatorium cannabinum - Wasserdost
Plantago major - Breitwegerich/Groß-Wegerich
Prenanthes purpurea - Hasenlattich

Posted on October 17, 2021 09:10 by mondseeirrsee mondseeirrsee | 0 comments | Leave a comment

GREAT SOUTHERN BIOBLITZ STARTS IN FIVE DAYS

Are you joining the Great Southern Bioblitz?
It starts in five days
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aP2H5ye0MxQWAm7XAAMQG4uquJiMRkIb/view?usp=sharing
@williamsmoths @reedmetz @silversea_starsong @w_martin @jeff_melvaine @kristy50 @lorrainecphelan @spacegecko @jeff_melvaine @melwood @angem @aldopenbrook @geelong-nature-nerd @grace_sibley @michael1922 @crimsonwookiee @garry34 @talus1972 @russellbest @martinlagerwey @abaddon @jansutton @russell115 @thunder-child @reiner @torhek @wanderingandwilderness @slsfirefight @andill @andrew_allen @boykett @edted @sanguinedragonflye @blaise_o @ernewton @kenharris @nickstando @kb_3550 @lachieforbes @tayloab @dangernoodlec137 @mickramsey @kerriej @melissa-morrison @nicolekearney @al1 @jasonmcc @parksvictoria @raggedeagle @rbshe @elusiveorchids @jdagg @lurlzz @rogstanden @chrisclarke25 @indrabone @jarrad1 @jdcamilleri82 @jmpriest5 @joy20 @kg140 @lenkaschirmer @marie_bonne @noseymosey @psycore @stemstemmer @andyfrank @aspacelobster @aussiecreature @blaise_o_leary @claedo @isabella150 @johnlenagan @nomesdoak @ohlincha @owenlishmund @philippe314 @rebekaaah @rubyredtuesday @alanam @blai @carly1988 @dancg @deluxe @elainewilliams @georectified @homegrown3556 @jessicaloulawrence @jessie208 @johnireland @marsusram @raimiller97 @saprosbro @tleitch @acwright @adamaus @amba @andrewacton @ashplantwitch @aussiebleeder @beau_meister @benanna @calamanthus @carranya @catloverdovey @chrislindorff @cveld @danielashdown @duke_n @eamw @eileen64 @elisabethshapiro @graemelunt @johnboy @jtee @kathrynstan @manderson80 @marika454 @mason87 @mattronsh @nicole07070707 @regnans @scootacamerons @stanley8m @warramaba @abirm @adindris @alisonwatson @ambikab @andrew1434 @anita379 @annz_ @arthur296 @awiddis @ayesha @billelder @bio327 @birdie-buddy @brandle @brendonwhitmore @brigid13 @bunyip @cap @cassie163 @cathal1 @chandes @clarkey @cmnoel @craig66 @david-francis44 @dfraser85 @eliap @emma1115 @ethan_lee @fatdentist @gabriel_tillman @gecko9 @gemma74 @georgina_goddard @gracinda1 @hamster1067 @heritagefutures @jagos @jameskdouch @jarrod30 @jess446 @jessica_laura

Posted on October 17, 2021 08:49 by aldopenbrook aldopenbrook | 1 comment | Leave a comment

Can you help with identifications for Nillumbik in the 2021 Great Southern Bioblitz?

The 2021 Great Southern Bioblitz is almost here and we could use your help!

The Bioblitz runs from Friday 22nd October to Monday 25th October, and then we have approximately two weeks to get as many of the observations identified as possible.

Nillumbik is 'competing' in the 2021 Great Southern Bioblitz against cities, LGAs, and other organisations from across the southern hemisphere.

Track how Nillumbik fares at: https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/projects/great-southern-bioblitz-2021-nillumbik-shire

And within Nillumbik, the Christmas Hills Landcare Group is also participating to see how this small local group can compete against the big boys! Track how the CHLG fares at: https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/projects/great-southern-bioblitz-2021-christmas-hills-landcare

As someone who has played a key role previously in identifying iNaturalist observations within Nillumbik, we would love to have any help you can offer with identifying (and making) observations in these two projects.
@bushbandit
@reiner
@michael1922
@george_seagull
@yatesy
@thebeachcomber
@iancastle
@vicfazio3
@meta4
@catullus
@ninakerr01
@pewin
@johnplischke
@oneanttofew
@konan_farrelly
@matthew_connors
@cesdamess
@robertpergl
@gumnut
@w_martin
@suzieandjim
@johnascher
@abedggood
@indrabone
@jennyghct
@kenharris
@pennywort_man
@mhewish
@ethmostigmus
@lifeisamazing
@funkeytom
@benkurek__
@d_kurek
@lmata
@robertwhyte
@petermarriott

Posted on October 17, 2021 08:35 by douge3775 douge3775 | 1 comment | Leave a comment

Park in Fremont

This week was amazing. I went to few parks in Fremont. I got hold of a couple of species, but same thing. It's really hard for me to find out what kind of species it is. I will be back asking my professor to see what kind of species are those. I am really excited to know what kind of species photos I took.

Posted on October 17, 2021 08:12 by devpanchal devpanchal | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Journal Entry for Fomes - Fungi Entry

Fomes is a genus of perennial woody fungi in the family Polyporaceae - it is typically hoof-shaped. The name comes from Latin fomes, meaning "tinder", from the use of Fomes fomentarius, also known as the tinder fungus. It has been used in medical contexts to absorb blood and other fluids. Medically, it has also been used to cure hemorrhoids, treats bladder disorders, stomach cancer, uterine cancer, and also acts as a laxative. It grows throughout northern North America and parts of Eurasia, as well as in the cooler areas of Africa.

Posted on October 17, 2021 05:33 by baselahsan baselahsan | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Fungi journal entry: fairy ring mushrooms

The fairy ring mushroom is a mushroom that is native to North America and Europe. Its scientific name is Marasmius oreades. It is called the fairy ring mushroom because of an old folk tale in which people believed that mushrooms growing in a circle follow a path made by fairies dancing in a ring. This mushroom secretes chemicals into the ground ahead, which then decompose organic matter, turning it into nutrients. These nutrients will serve as food for the mushroom as well as benefit the surrounding grass by making it darker, taller and thicker.

Posted on October 17, 2021 05:28 by mirnazaki03 mirnazaki03 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

The City of Stonnington area map can be found here => https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/great-southern-bioblitz-2021-city-of-stonnington

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Stonnington to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Stonnington will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@a_kurek @armadale @becstonn @benkurek__ @d_kurek @eferraro @funkyfunghi @george2507 @grace_sibley @hideandzeke @james1524 @jameskdouch @kindernature @magnetar_of_wonders @malvernprimaryschool @oliverrichards1 @stephanie_kim @suzieandjim @toorakps

Posted on October 17, 2021 05:03 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to Moyne Shire to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents and visitors to Moyne Shire will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@banksiaman @bridiefreck @cygnusa @jemeny @koolah @melinda1 @mitchvandyke @quollsskinks @rover-rod

Posted on October 17, 2021 04:52 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Glen Eira to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Glen Eira will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@a_kurek @benkurek__ @chrisrenowden @d_kurek @eorwin @lmata @luiser @magnetar_of_wonders @matthew_connors @ozlady @parrotoftheday @pascale @silversea_starsong

Posted on October 17, 2021 04:28 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Текущий рейтинг наблюдателей (17 октября)

Уважаемые слушатели!

Время от времени мы будем фиксировать текущую статистику наблюдений. Рейтинг вы можете посмотреть в закладке "Наблюдатели" на главной странице, однако в наш проект попадают наблюдения разного качества. В таблицах, которые мы будем публиковать в постах, будут исключены "обыкновенные" (помеченные серым) наблюдения. Это наблюдения культурных растений, животных из неволи, наблюдения с техническими проблемами (сбой даты, сбой места, сбой загрузки фото и проч.).

Статистика проекта: 1 150 наблюдений - 391 вид - 144 эксперта - 103 наблюдателя
(все наблюдения)

Зачётная статистика: 995 наблюдений - 331 вид - 141 эксперт - 78 наблюдателей
(только наблюдения "Исследовательского уровня" и "Требуется идентификация")

Текущий рейтинг студентов по зачётной статистике (число наблюдений):

Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @eugenia_urusova 101 58
2 @solodilova_olga 90 41
3 @alex_dyubanov 83 57
4 @stepan_lomako 75 64
5 @anya_malchenkova 51 43
6 @alexander_zhernenkov 49 34
7 @gleb_trishkin 44 29
8 @kiseliov_evgenii 44 29
9 @khanyuy_chzhan 40 28
10 @larina_arina 33 26
11 @kirill_gorokhov 28 24
12 @zahar_maximenko 23 18
13 @ekaterina_dolgushina 20 18
14 @ruslan_salimgareev 18 16
15 @mikhail_buzoverov 16 12
16 @yanagoygel 16 15
17 @alexander_chuiko 15 15
18 @lina_desnitskaya 15 14
19 @alexandra_smirnova 12 6
20 @marina_lebedeva 12 10
21 @nelia_kostromina 11 8
22 @tikhon_pshenitsyn 11 10
23 @alexandra_shatunina 10 5
24 @valeria_serdyuk 10 5
25 @evgenia_vorontsova 8 6
26 @nataliya_kolyupanova 8 7
27 @anastasiya_mikhaylova_326 7 7
28 @ivanshmatin 7 6
29 @popova_galina 7 7
30 @shiyujue 7 6
31 @wiktoria_ilenko 7 4
32 @anastasiia_pashkova 6 5
33 @dmitry_valyaev 6 6
34 @mengkeyi 6 6
35 @sidenko_liudmila 6 5
36 @victoria_trifonova444 6 6
37 @natalia_kharina 5 5
38 @olga_koniaeva 5 4
39 @olga_semina 5 4
40 @yury_gavrik 5 4
41 @alexander_agafonov 4 3
42 @dmitriy_abramov 4 4
43 @olga_belyakova 4 4
44 @romanova_anastasia_007 4 3
45 @ushkova_dasha 4 3
46 @amir_kaniev 3 2
47 @dorofeeva_margarita 3 2
48 @ekaterina_borovskaya 3 3
49 @ilya_zholobov 3 2
50 @svetlana_pershutkina 3 3
51 @aleksey_starostin 2 1
52 @daria_shabalina 2 2
53 @sofiazhukova 2 2
54 @suxin 2 2
55 @alina_gorbunova 1 1
56 @amir_rafikov 1 1
57 @anna_mukhina 1 1
58 @cao_xiao 1 0
59 @dinara_sharipova_3k_geol 1 1
60 @elizaveta_ignateva 1 1
61 @ivan_markov 1 1
62 @julia_lebed 1 1
63 @ksenia_ksenofontova 1 1
64 @nikita_erokhov 1 1
65 @niklin 1 1
66 @nikolay_kshevin 1 0
67 @polina_prokofieva 1 1
68 @roman_perezhogin 1 0
69 @semenprokhorov 1 0
70 @sofya_sukmanyuk 1 1
71 @stepan_vdovichenko 1 1
72 @valeriya_ovchinnikova 1 1
73 @violetta_churkina 1 1
74 @vladislav_orekhov 1 1
75 @yanatsodikova 1 1
76 @zhangshilong 1 1
77 @zhaowendi 1 1
78 @zoya_guseva 1 1

Текущий рейтинг студентов по зачётной статистике (число видов):

Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @stepan_lomako 75 64
2 @eugenia_urusova 101 58
3 @alex_dyubanov 83 57
4 @anya_malchenkova 51 43
5 @solodilova_olga 90 41
6 @alexander_zhernenkov 49 34
7 @gleb_trishkin 44 29
8 @kiseliov_evgenii 44 29
9 @khanyuy_chzhan 40 28
10 @larina_arina 33 26
11 @kirill_gorokhov 28 24
12 @ekaterina_dolgushina 20 18
13 @zahar_maximenko 23 18
14 @ruslan_salimgareev 18 16
15 @alexander_chuiko 15 15
16 @yanagoygel 16 15
17 @lina_desnitskaya 15 14
18 @mikhail_buzoverov 16 12
19 @marina_lebedeva 12 10
20 @tikhon_pshenitsyn 11 10
21 @nelia_kostromina 11 8
22 @anastasiya_mikhaylova_326 7 7
23 @nataliya_kolyupanova 8 7
24 @popova_galina 7 7
25 @alexandra_smirnova 12 6
26 @dmitry_valyaev 6 6
27 @evgenia_vorontsova 8 6
28 @ivanshmatin 7 6
29 @mengkeyi 6 6
30 @shiyujue 7 6
31 @victoria_trifonova444 6 6
32 @alexandra_shatunina 10 5
33 @anastasiia_pashkova 6 5
34 @natalia_kharina 5 5
35 @sidenko_liudmila 6 5
36 @valeria_serdyuk 10 5
37 @dmitriy_abramov 4 4
38 @olga_belyakova 4 4
39 @olga_koniaeva 5 4
40 @olga_semina 5 4
41 @wiktoria_ilenko 7 4
42 @yury_gavrik 5 4
43 @alexander_agafonov 4 3
44 @ekaterina_borovskaya 3 3
45 @romanova_anastasia_007 4 3
46 @svetlana_pershutkina 3 3
47 @ushkova_dasha 4 3
48 @amir_kaniev 3 2
49 @daria_shabalina 2 2
50 @dorofeeva_margarita 3 2
51 @ilya_zholobov 3 2
52 @sofiazhukova 2 2
53 @suxin 2 2
54 @aleksey_starostin 2 1
55 @alina_gorbunova 1 1
56 @amir_rafikov 1 1
57 @anna_mukhina 1 1
58 @dinara_sharipova_3k_geol 1 1
59 @elizaveta_ignateva 1 1
60 @ivan_markov 1 1
61 @julia_lebed 1 1
62 @ksenia_ksenofontova 1 1
63 @nikita_erokhov 1 1
64 @niklin 1 1
65 @polina_prokofieva 1 1
66 @sofya_sukmanyuk 1 1
67 @stepan_vdovichenko 1 1
68 @valeriya_ovchinnikova 1 1
69 @violetta_churkina 1 1
70 @vladislav_orekhov 1 1
71 @yanatsodikova 1 1
72 @zhangshilong 1 1
73 @zhaowendi 1 1
74 @zoya_guseva 1 1

Для справки: общий рейтинг всех зачётных наблюдений слушателей проекта (за всё время, т.е. с учётом архивных фотонаблюдений)

Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @ksenia_urakova 605 324
2 @alexander_zhernenkov 438 230
3 @dmitry_valyaev 299 203
4 @nikitina_maria 334 200
5 @nataliya_kolyupanova 276 176
6 @pokrov_sky 234 170
7 @eugenia_konovalova 265 149
8 @maria_alekseeva 272 141
9 @olga_astakhova 207 136
10 @ivan_markov 179 121
11 @lina_desnitskaya 154 121
12 @maxim_kryakvin 208 120
13 @sanya_str 161 115
14 @sofia_nasimova 223 115
15 @larina_arina 133 108
16 @varvara_garankina 163 101
17 @anastasia_braznnikova 126 97
18 @stepan_lomako 115 96
19 @igor_chernov 178 95
20 @anton_sorkin 140 92
21 @noskovaelizaveta 142 90
22 @annalyamina 130 88
23 @denis_skvortsov 130 86
24 @maria_morozova 86 80
25 @nikita_troshin 102 79
26 @polina_rozanova 133 79
27 @maria_lazareva 82 78
28 @maria_mishina 84 75
29 @gleb_grachev 131 74
30 @anastasiia_pashkova 79 69
31 @eugenia_urusova 114 68
32 @lavrikov_alex 88 68
33 @semenprokhorov 95 68
34 @ekaterina_dolgushina 70 63
35 @barbashin_daniil 70 62
36 @alina_bryleva 71 60
37 @yapparov_robert 89 60
38 @yanagoygel 68 58
39 @alex_dyubanov 83 57
40 @alisa_kuznetsova 58 55
41 @olga_semina 59 53
42 @anya_malchenkova 64 50
43 @gerasimova 54 49
44 @shaybin_daniel 49 46
45 @solodilova_olga 96 46
46 @elizaveta_morgoslepova 48 44
47 @martastroykova 46 44
48 @braulov_pavel 44 42
49 @bondar_zlata 41 40
50 @diana_kor 44 40
51 @nicolas_mokievskiy 42 40
52 @anastasiia_mikhailova 44 39
53 @celikov_ivan 45 39
54 @vasenkova_valentina 41 39
55 @zahar_maximenko 44 37
56 @alisa_vasilkova 37 35
57 @nelya_garaeva 49 34
58 @marina_kuzmina 33 33
59 @egorova_maria 34 32
60 @alesia_boiko 34 31
61 @anna_pribolovets 31 31
62 @kirill_gorokhov 37 31
63 @anna_babenko 34 30
64 @gleb_trishkin 46 30
65 @kiseliov_evgenii 45 30
66 @ekaterina_gigina 30 29
67 @olga_koniaeva 41 29
68 @khanyuy_chzhan 40 28
69 @rodion_andreev 30 24
70 @ruslan_salimgareev 32 24
71 @alexander_chuiko 22 22
72 @stepan_vdovichenko 41 22
73 @dmitriy_abramov 30 21
74 @victoria_trifonova444 24 20
75 @nikolay_sobolev_ 24 18
76 @elizaveta_ignateva 18 15
77 @ignat_gorelov 22 15
78 @liza_ovchinnikova 16 15
79 @niklin 16 15
80 @popova_galina 15 15
81 @jinwei_zhang 22 13
82 @natalia_kharina 14 13
83 @polina_prokofieva 16 13
84 @mikhail_buzoverov 17 12
85 @alexandra_smirnova 18 11
86 @marina_lebedeva 14 11
87 @valeria_serdyuk 22 11
88 @yuliya_taranovskaya 18 11
89 @anastasiya_mikhaylova_326 11 10
90 @ekaterina_borovskaya 14 10
91 @kseniia_eremenko 13 10
92 @tikhon_pshenitsyn 12 10
93 @anastasya_safronova 15 9
94 @zoya_guseva 9 9
95 @nelia_kostromina 11 8
96 @romanova_anastasia_007 10 8
97 @sergey_kozyaev 8 8
98 @wiktoria_ilenko 12 8
99 @anna_mukhina 7 7
100 @elena_anikina 7 7
101 @alexandra_shatunina 12 6
102 @dariasidelnikova 6 6
103 @ekaterina_greshnikova 9 6
104 @evgenia_vorontsova 8 6
105 @ivanshmatin 7 6
106 @mengkeyi 6 6
107 @shiyujue 7 6
108 @yury_gavrik 7 6
109 @alexander_agafonov 6 5
110 @maria_kozlova 5 5
111 @olga_belyakova 6 5
112 @sidenko_liudmila 6 5
113 @suxin 6 5
114 @svetlana_pershutkina 8 5
115 @fedor_k-gref 6 4
116 @kirill_kuptsov 9 4
117 @maria_kovalenko 7 4
118 @polina_shipilova 4 4
119 @anna_erokhina 6 3
120 @arina_shchelokova 3 3
121 @daria_shabalina 4 3
122 @dorofeeva_margarita 4 3
123 @katia_troshkina 3 3
124 @mariya_rabtsevich 4 3
125 @menjiao_guo 3 3
126 @polina_malyshkina 3 3
127 @ushkova_dasha 4 3
128 @valeriia_milkina 7 3
129 @aleksey_starostin 3 2
130 @alexandra_kormukhina 2 2
131 @alina_alexandrova 11 2
132 @amir_kaniev 3 2
133 @amir_rafikov 2 2
134 @dinara_sharipova_3k_geol 2 2
135 @ilya_zholobov 3 2
136 @ksenia_ksenofontova 2 2
137 @lidiia_konoplina 2 2
138 @margarita_maksimova 2 2
139 @sofiazhukova 2 2
140 @sofya_sukmanyuk 3 2
141 @wilhelm_ritter 3 2
142 @yanatsodikova 2 2
143 @aleksandr_volkov 4 1
144 @alexandra_fortuna 1 1
145 @alina_gorbunova 1 1
146 @daniil_zhitlovskiy 2 1
147 @daria_dreval 1 1
148 @elizaveta_manokhina 1 1
149 @julia_lebed 1 1
150 @lena_romanova 1 1
151 @li_taida 1 1
152 @natalia_nikonova 1 1
153 @nikita_erokhov 1 1
154 @valeriya_ovchinnikova 1 1
155 @violetta_churkina 1 1
156 @vladislav_orekhov 1 1
157 @zhangshilong 1 1
158 @zhaowendi 1 1
Posted on October 17, 2021 04:27 by apseregin apseregin | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Monash to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Monash will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@a_kurek @aims12 @austin1 @b-l @bbdown @benkurek__ @buckleyh @d_kurek @davidclarke @finknottle @glmory @harrison33 @hcmonash888 @iandb @imciaran @indigofera_australis @lachimolala @lmata @marciacollins31 @maxi1975 @mononymous @munnings_2 @nimal_karunajeewa @peterviragphoto @quiet1_au @samuel049 @suzieandjim @wendy717

Posted on October 17, 2021 04:25 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Bayside to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Bayside will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@a_kurek @aedmonds @agelos @arripis @b_bee @benkurek__ @bexlloyd @d_kurek @erin579 @hannah_edwards @imogen3184 @johneichler @kade @ken_flan @lmata @macropneuma @matthew_connors @munnings_2 @nickoshaw @nomennudum @parrotoftheday @pascale @samuel049 @sascha_schulz @silversea_starsong @stonius @sueforster @sueraverty @suzieandjim @torhek @viswanadh @w_martin @warrencameron

Posted on October 17, 2021 04:20 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

LMA 1

While reading the Mount Desert Islander a few weeks ago, I noticed the front page of their Maritime section had two headlines describing a feud between local lobstermen and the National Marine Fisheries Service and other North Atlantic right whale activist groups. Conflict between the groups peaked in 2021 when it was announced that LMA 1, a 967-square-mile area of offshore fishing, would be annually closed from October 1 through January 31 to help prevent endangered North Atlantic right whales from getting entangled in the lobstermen’s fishing gear (“Frequently Asked Questions - LMA 1 Restricted Area”). LMA 1 stretches from west of Mount Desert Island to Casco Bay, so this will drastically reduce the number of vertical lobster fishing ropes on the Maine coast. But for the lobstermen in the designated area, this will cut off a third of their season, which ends in late December, and they will now be required to use ropeless traps and to get an Exempted Fishing Permit (EFP) directly from NOAA. On top of that, on August 31, NOAA announced a set of new fishing regulations for lobster and Jonah crab fishing. The regulations will require fishermen to improve how they mark their fishing gear, so that their traps can be better identified, and traps will need to use weaker lines, so that entangled whales can break free (Ferreira 2021). These new regulations will be costly and may put many multigenerational lobstermen out of business, if they are unable to comply.

Posted on October 17, 2021 04:18 by jack80156 jack80156 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

The City of Kingston map area can be found here => https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/projects/great-southern-bioblitz-2021-city-of-kingston

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Kingston to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Kingston will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@a_kurek @aedmonds @andrewlmorrison @benkurek__ @d_kurek @davidclarke @dbmcc09 @estipalma @francesdom @ivan-theaged @jameskdouch @jarrahsimao @jimbobo @johneichler @lek @lesyork @lmata @manderson80 @mononymous @nomennudum @parrotoftheday @pat340 @paul2george @ricardosimao @riveroceanlife @row_nature @russelllarke @showusyaphyllodes @silversea_starsong @suzieandjim @tinaberghella @vuk

Posted on October 17, 2021 04:15 by a_kurek a_kurek | 2 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Greater Dandenong to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Greater Dandenong will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@alexandram18 @alexmm18 @cassie_kala @corwincaelin @erm3175 @glmory @iryna25 @jarrahsimao @lek @lmata @peter_winslow @pwolfecgd @ricardosimao @rosannad @row_nature @sammillar @slimshaynie @taniec @trav_j @wendyharris01

Posted on October 17, 2021 04:12 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Frankston to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Frankston will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@andrea1104 @antoncitizen @bushbandit @chrisclarke25 @craig_h @cveld @deb166 @galah @gizz @jarrahsimao @jasonbf @jay_maq @jenncxoxo @jimbobo @katbyko @katiewoods2 @ladydawn @lek @lmata @melvinxu @ms_felix_botanica @muddles @paul2george @paulariv @pfncvd @ricardosimao @rogstanden @ron_willemsen @rsmalley @sammillar @scottyw @srsbb @suecee @tere_c @triciastewart @vuk @w_martin

Posted on October 17, 2021 04:08 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the Mornington Peninsula Shire to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the Mornington Peninsula Shire will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@adiemjs @adnilplants @amyyhunter @andreaev @andrew_allen @angeladunn07 @annamills @annebligh @antoncitizen @anudibranchmom @arkelly @arripis @bexlloyd @bill_strong @breck1 @bronwynst @bushbandit @carranya @charlic @christophermark @cveld @cygnusa @dan_rye @drelodiecamprasse @elizabethbarraclough @emilyshea @friendsgroup @gidjawalker @gizz @ianscholey1 @iotable @jeff_melvaine @jejack @jennifermichelson @jimbobo @jo_t @judithvc @kade @kaelanv @kylier @lek @liamgerardkelly @localhabitat @marnie_fitzsimons @melvinxu @mikepm @mishka-d @montyrod @mskimh @nettle123 @nsgwilliams @oranamr @paul_isotope @paul2george @paulstanchurcher @pfncvd @rachdev @rachdevlin @ranger_julia @ricardosimao @robertpergl @robinssci @rogstanden @ronigreer @row_nature @roxym @samrobertson1981 @sascha_schulz @scottyw @sharejosie @showusyaphyllodes @srsbb @suebrabender @suecee @tamara239 @triciastewart @trudileigh @w_martin @wendy_moore

Posted on October 17, 2021 04:04 by a_kurek a_kurek | 1 comment | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Yarra to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Yarra will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@aedmonds @munnings_2 @ethmostigmus @suzieandjim @finknottle @stanley8m @aaronstevenson @george441 @hannah_young

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:55 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Casey to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Casey will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@aaronm1 @aidamatthews @amouse @ashavincent @bushbandit @carmencapper @cnet @guenther @jarrahsimao @jenomi3 @jimbobo @judithvc @kaytaranto @kymelen @ladydawn @lek @lmata @mds457 @muppy @olliesherlock @paulinecranny @ricardosimao @rlawrenz @ron_willemsen @samuel049 @sharonstar @srsbb @suzieandjim @tere_c @that_inverted_guy @thatmash @torhek @triciastewart @vishvi @w_martin

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:51 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the Cardinia Shire to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the Cardinia Shire will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@andrew_allen @annieoh @biancakitchin @blackangus @bushbandit @chrisclarke25 @dae4 @hayzy @hemi6 @intravertebrate @jimbobo @johneichler @karlilk @kattykat @kobivanraay @lee290 @malcolm_mckinty @marianne_sawyer @matthew_connors @montgomeryhall @muddles @paul2george @regnans11 @ricardosimao @richardyank @rlawrenz @robertpergl @rochygirl @ron_willemsen @sneaker1 @thanh18 @tleitch @torhek @trav_j @triciastewart @vivien55 @warrencameron @warsnan

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:46 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the Bass Coast Shire to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the Bass Coast Shire will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@anudibranchmom @blackangus @bushbandit @chrislindorff @daviaker @dhobern @frantzau @gizz @jarrahsimao @katbyko @kenharris @moosemerrick97 @paul2george @phasianella @rebecca768 @ricardosimao @rjessop @rozkidd @soetkin1 @suzieandjim @torhek @w_martin @warreeny

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:41 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the South Gippsland Shire to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the South Gippsland Shire will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@banksiaman @birdiesontheperch @bootown-beginners @bushbandit @daviaker @davidtattersall1 @glmory @headsoup @kenharris @lorraine28 @mononymous @peterzuidland @rhipiduraridge @rlawrenz @robertpergl @ronigreer @rozkidd @stuart_tarwin @tethygeneia @tleitch @ulitmate_frasier @w_martin @walkervillerob

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:38 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to Baw Baw Shire to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to Baw Baw Shire will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@asharam @blackangus @bushbandit @declanprentice @dragonite07 @eileen64 @hdavid @hodgepodge92 @muddles @ollieaj @paul2george @renee_ob @russellbest @suzieandjim @tleitch @w_martin @wsavage

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:31 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to Wyndham City to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to Wyndham City will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@a_mckinley @alyten @andrew_allen @andrewsteward @atardif @bobmcd @chough @cygnusa @eliasfta @ethmostigmus @fairypossum @glendaheng @hongleichen @jeff_melvaine @justin810 @lukiebabe @matthew_lee_ @miff @nefarilee @nutsaboutnature @plantrant @skadi0793

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:25 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Melton to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Melton will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@alexsem123 @andrew_allen @bill_strong @cygnusa @emzymezy @harkiran @joantv @lewie_hilditch @matthew_lee_ @oldsalt2 @riannatl @russellbest

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:20 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Hume to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Hume will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@alistair28 @andrew_allen @annalanigan @applepiesoup @arjumand @ash_and @beegandy @bguerin @bradleyfishes @bronwynr @chris_rode @dodgey_oz @duke_n @edgar_caballero @gokdemir @jessicawalton @jonathan_tickner @lukecalleja @marciariederer @matthew_lee_ @nicole07070707 @parrotoftheday @purpz @russellbest @taryndc @triplett @whereslippiatt

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:17 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 is days away!

Hello everyone,

The Great Southern Bioblitz is back for another year. After an amazing event in 2020 the Southern Hemisphere once again gets the opportunity for a large-scale BioBlitz during its Spring. This year's observation period will run from October 22nd-25th, the perfect time for birds, flowering plants, bugs and more.

Spring is the peak time for most species with plants flowering following the cool damp winter and before the heat of summer. It's also the time when most fauna species are active. Large areas of Australia have had a wet winter and early spring this year, so the conditions should be perfect for you to get out and explore your local area to discover what’s around. So, please get involved in this event.

The goal is for members of the community and visitors to the City of Hobsons Bay to record as many species as possible during the event dates. Participants are encouraged to submit all observations of plants, animals, insects etc. and it doesn’t matter if they’re from conservation areas, parks or even your backyard. It all counts and will help to demonstrate the diversity of species that call the area home.

Anyone can participate in the Bioblitz, whether as an individual, a family or as a member of an organisation.

This project has been setup to bring together all of the amazing observations that residents / visitors to the City of Hobsons Bay will take during the Bioblitz, and also as a way to see how how other members of this great community are going.

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 on social media
Facebook: GS Bioblitz
Twitter: GS Bioblitz
Instagram: GS Bioblitz

Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

Good luck to everyone.

@aaronstevenson @aedmonds @andrew_allen @annalanigan @ash_and @cygnusa @elizathomp @ethmostigmus @fairypossum @gbur @janc99 @jeff_melvaine @silversea_starsong @tttari

Posted on October 17, 2021 03:12 by a_kurek a_kurek | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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