Who is our 100th member?

We were pretty excited to reach 100 members on our project this week. We asked our 100th member @thesciencerobin to tell us a bit about herself and why she joined the project:

My name is Isabella Robinson though I'm probably better known as the Science Robin on social media. I'm a science communicator and biology student at Macquarie University. I work at CSIRO in the Australian National Insect Collection and the Australian National Herbarium and heard about Bush Blitz through their partnership with CSIRO and the ALA. My favourite groups are asilids or assassin flies. They're large, charismatic flies with a lot of personality. Taxonomy is the cornerstone of so much of biology. Getting involved with Bush Blitz is a great way of contributing to our knowledge and understanding of Australian species, while learning more about the biodiversity in our own backyards.

Thanks for sharing @thesciencerobin! We’re looking forward to (virtually) meeting more of you. If you haven’t already, you can share information about yourself by updating your profile - if you’re not comfortable sharing a photo of yourself, you can use your favourite observation.

Posted by bushblitz bushblitz, May 22, 2020 05:01



Welcome to iNaturalist, @thesciencerobin! :)

Posted by twan3253 about 2 months ago (Flag)

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