Sassy Clues: Challenge Day #2

In case you missed them, here are the clues to find Sassy TODAY, Saturday, May 1 until 6:30 PM:

  • Location is in a state park
  • Creeks running into and out of a lake at the site have the same name
  • Be sure not to park on busy highway named after twin brothers Adolph and Dilphus
And…here are the clues for where you can find Sassy TOMORROW, Sunday, May 2 until 6:30P:
  • Location rhymes with Kinnikinnick
  • Location named after husband and wife. Nicky donated the trailhead land in honor of her late husband, Mick

After 6:30 PM, she’ll be moved to the next location. Clues for that location will be here posted here tomorrow morning.

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Congratulations to Idaho_Tom for winning the Day 1 CNCBC 2021 Trophy! He found Sassy at the American Heritage Wildlife Foundation east of Clark Fork. Kathleen St. Clair-McGee has done a wonderful job with the Nature Trail on her property! Reminder: You can only win ONE CNCBC 2021 Trophy. BUT, keep making observations today through Monday so you can be in the running for the CNCBC 2021 Champ Trophy (for the most total observations). As of now, susanbh has a commanding lead with 86!

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You can watch the results live from all over the world here: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2021.

You can watch the Bonner County observations being made here:
http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2021-bonner-county-id

Will we win the Northern Rocky Mountain Challenge Trophy?? Check out our competition:
-Boise: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2021-boise-area
-Red Lodge: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2021-red-lodge-area

Boise is bringing the heat! Hats off to their organizers, and their supporting organizations in promoting the Boise Area Challenge!

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Reminder: Dr. Jim Ekins will be at the WaterLife Discover Center in Sagle TODAY, Saturday May 1, 2021 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. He’ll be teaching about aquatic macroinvertebrates and how to ID them. Do not miss this opportunity to speak with one of Idaho’s leading watershed experts! Learn about the Master Water Steward Program he administers. The WDC is a great place to make some observations, too.

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Good Luck finding Sassy, and happy iNatting!

Posted by geogehrig geogehrig, May 01, 2021 12:46

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