The results are in!

Denver-Boulder citizen scientists, thank you for making the 2020 City Nature Challenge an absolute success!

The results are in, and as of the end of the day on May 3rd, we had:
5,847 total observations, 838 species observed, 443 observers, and 373 identifiers. Of those stats, 5,468 observations and 793 species were verifiable, and 2,960 observations and 423 species were listed as research grade. All thanks to YOU!

Throughout the globe, 41,165 observers from 244 cities collected 814,258 observations of 32,500+ species (including more than 1,300 rare/endangered/threatened species) during the four-day bioblitz!

Check out the infographic below to see some of the other global results, and stand by for more results and interesting finds from the Denver-Boulder challenge. We'll also be awarding prizes to some of our most active participants and for standout observations. More soon!

From your friends at:

Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Denver Audubon, Denver Botanic Gardens, Metro Denver Nature Alliance, The Nature Conservancy, and WILD Foundation

Posted by melanie_hill melanie_hill, May 04, 2020 21:03

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