Unlike regular projects, bioblitzes display event stats from
all observations within a place and time period, not just
observations that people have intentionally added to the project.
This is to remove the hurdle of adding observations to a project
just to drive the stats in real time. Note that observations won't
be available for export or display on various project views such
as member contributions on the website or project observation
searches in the mobile apps unless the project team and
participants actively add relevant observations like they would in
a normal project.
Note that while this kind of project shows stats for observations that
haven't been deliberately added to the project, it does not allow
curators to see private or obscured coordinates for those
observations or assume that observers have agreed to the project
terms. If you're a project curator and you need access to private
coordinates, you need your participants to agree to the project
terms, or you want observations counted towards the curated project checklist,
make sure your participants join the project and add their
observations like they would in a normal project.