Projects are a way to pool your observations with other people on iNat. Whether you're interested in starting a citizen science project or just keeping tabs on the birds in a nearby park with your local birding club, Projects are the way to go.

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Coyote watch

List all Coyote sightings in North America, including dates and location (lat. and long.) if possible. The ...
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San Diego County, California Biodiversity

San Diego County, California is one of the most diverse counties in the US. With the coastline of the Paci...
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San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

The San Diego National Wildlife Refuge is part of the Multiple Species Conservation Plan, a program designe...
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Bees and Wasps of Texas

Bees and Wasps of Texas is an effort of the Texas Native Bee Co-op and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department....
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Vashon-Maury Roadkill

Vashon-Maury Roadkill is a Vashon Nature Center citizen-science project to collect observations on roadkill...
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California Mammals

In 1985, an artifact made from volcanic rock was unearthed at the Allan O. Kelly Archaeological Dig overloo...
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Lion evaluation

For evaluation of my lion SDM
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Aves Cd. Universitria

Conocimiento de las aves que se encuentran en la Cd. Universitaria de Nuevo León
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St. Lawrence River Biodiversity Project

St. Lawrence River Biodiversity Project is a multi-site, hands on educational program designed to create co...
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Centro de México

Contribuir al conocimiento de la distribución de diversas especies en el centro del país.
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Ray Miller Fall Bioblitz 2016

Inventory organisms that surround our school and discover the incredible biodiversity all around us!
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