June 03, 2021

Get involved in our Land for Wildlife iNaturalist project - nature walks and competitions (with prizes!)

To celebrate how great iNaturalist is, we are running an iNaturalist competition for our members this Winter. You could win a plant identification prize pack which includes: a copy of Rainforest Trees and Shrubs, a copy of Rainforest Climbing Plants and a botanical hand lense with a total value of $85!

The competition runs from the 5th of June until the 8th of August and the winner will be notified on the 13th of August. For Terms and Conditions, visit https://gchaveyoursay.com.aucpp (Document Library) or contact us via email at conservationpartnerships@goldcoast.qld.gov.au

Good luck!

CPP Team

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April 09, 2021

WINNER! Land for Wildlife iNaturalist autumn competition

Thank you everyone who participated in our first iNaturalist competition for the Land for Wildlife - City of Gold Coast project!

It was a tight competition with two landholders neck-and-neck.

The winner will be contacted shortly to claim their nest box and all landholders will be sent an email to announce the winner officially and to expand on the competition.

The most number of species recorded, over the competition period was insects, with 100 recorded :-)

Well done to the ten landholders who participated in the competition.

Kind Regards,

Conservation Partnerships Program Team

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March 15, 2021

Land for Wildlife iNaturalist autumn competition

Thank you to everyone who is participating in the Land for Wildlife iNaturalist autumn competition! with only a few weeks left, I wonder who will win the nest box?

Regards,
Conservation Partnerships Team

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March 08, 2021

Land for Wildlife iNaturalist autumn competition

Following the October 2020 launch of our LfW iNaturalist Project, we are excited to announce our first iNaturalist competition, Autumn Sightings, to celebrate our city’s wonderful autumn wildlife.

The LfW member with the most number of unique flora and fauna species uploaded from observations on their property during the competition period of 7 March to 7 April, 2021, will win a nest box, valued at $70. To read the Terms and Conditions of the competition, please visit the Conservation Partnerships page under Document Library: https://gchaveyoursay.com.au/cpp.

Please make sure when you upload an observation from your phone, you select the Land for Wildlife – City of Gold Coast project under Projects

If you are having trouble doing this, please contact the Conservation Partnerships Team on Ph: 5582 8915 or email ConservationPartnerships@goldcoast.qld.gov.au.

There will be more prizes during autumn, so keep up-to-date by reading our journal posts.

Happy autumn sightings everyone!

Regards,
Conservation Partnerships Team

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October 14, 2020

Welcome to the Land for Wildlife - City of Gold Coast iNaturalist Project

Hi everyone!

A huge thank you to everyone who have contributed to the LfW Gold Coast iNaturalist project so far. It has been wonderful scrolling through the photos :-)

Keep up the good work everyone and remember you can use your desktop computer to upload multiple images - it does make things easier.

Kind Regards,
Conservation Partnerships Team

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September 22, 2020

Welcome to the Land for Wildlife - City of Gold Coast iNaturalist Project

Thank you for contributing to the Land for Wildlife - City of Gold Coast iNaturalist Project.

This project is for fellow Land for Wildlife (LfW) members in the City of Gold Coast to post media (photos, sound, video) to the project and attempt to identify it.

What a great time to be launching this project when it's starting to warm up, the fauna are active and plants are in flower.

Conservation Partnerships Officers and fellow LfW members will help identify your observations, or suggest an alternative species and why they don't agree. To learn how to upload your observation by using your phone, visit https://www.inaturalist.org/pages/video+tutorials. Observations can also be added to the iNaturalist website at https://www.inaturalist.org/home

‘Happy wildlife observing everyone!’

Regards,
Conservation Partnerships Team

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