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Thank You to Our CNDDB iNaturalist Project Members!

The CNDDB staff would like to welcome our newest CNDDB iNaturalist project members and give a special thank you to everyone who has shared their coordinates with us. We are working hard to track and protect California’s rare, threatened, and endangered species, and the data we have collected from citizen science iNaturalist users, like you, are aiding in that mission.

Your iNaturalist observations help to inform Element Occurrences in the CNDDB database, and we are hoping that your high-quality observations will play a part in our RADMAP project (Range and Distributional Mapping and Analysis Project) to create new range maps and species distribution models using GIS software. You may have recently received a message from one of our two Data Acquisition Specialists Jessica and Kat, who are collecting data on 25 priority species for this project. This month we have collaborated with iNaturalist citizen scientists for high quality observations of: ...more ↓

Posted on March 22, 2024 04:39 PM by wild4earth wild4earth | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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This project is designed to allow incorporation of iNaturalist records into the California Natural Diversity Database program (CNDDB) in the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The CNDDB tracks occurrences of plants and animals of conservation concern in California. For more information on the CNDDB see: ...more ↓

kgferg created this project on March 01, 2017
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