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How to batch-add your iNaturalist observations to the Rare Species of Oregon project

Hello iNaturalistas,

Did you know there is a tool to find your observations that match the Rare Species of Oregon species list and batch-add them to the project? It only takes a few clicks and is a great, fast way to share your rare species observations with a wider audience.

Here are the steps to take:


  1. From the Rare Species of Oregon project page, click "Add from your observations." (if you're not already a member of the project, click "Join Project" at the top of the page first)

  2. If you have matching observations, click the "Batch Edit" button near the top of the page.

  3. Click "Select All".

  4. Click "Add to Project" and then Add Rare Species of Oregon.

  5. Done! Repeat periodically to tag new observations or to match newly-tracked species.

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Posted on September 01, 2017 09:46 PM by wisel wisel | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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The Oregon Biodiversity Information Center collects, manages, and shares information on all of Oregon's rare species including plants, animals, marine algae, and fungi. One of our key roles is to collect and maintain rare species locations. We use this information to assess species' statuses, create distribution maps and models, and to assist agencies, researchers, and private organizations in ...more ↓

Mini wisel created this project on August 24, 2016

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