December 26, 2021

March 28, 2021

Footzoom member @naufalurfi recognized by iNaturalist in iNatBlog

Yogyakarta, Indonesia resident Naufal Urfi Dhiya'ulhaq (@naufalurfi) was recognized in a blog written by @tiwane : March 11, 2021 Identifier Profile: @naufalurfi

We have been proud to have him as member since May 21, 2020 and he has contributed 4,262 observations via Footzoom, well representing the environment in which he lives.

Congratulation on the blog article.

Posted on March 28, 2021 17:04 by bobmcd bobmcd | 2 comments | Leave a comment

February 01, 2021

Footzoom Observation Species Counts
For those who wish to create a species list. It takes a few seconds to generate once you are there.

Posted on February 01, 2021 19:51 by bobmcd bobmcd | 1 comment | Leave a comment

December 23, 2019

One step at a time. Step 1:

Footzoom is being initiated to encourage people to observe what is around them while using human-powered transport to arrive at that observation. The forms of human-powered transport to consider but are not limited to are walking, running, swimming, skating, skiing, sailing, rowing, paddling, bicycling, skateboarding, and any similar combination you enjoy. The forms of travel not to include are electric and hydrocarbon powered (such as natural gas, petroleum, and coal) motors/engines/turbines. Access modes for those limited as the result of illness, injury, and/or challenges are okay (for instance electric wheelchairs).

This could mean just stepping out of your door and recordings things in your neighbourhood. You could observe just the once or repeat tomorrow and the next. Observations may be as a result of walking down to the beach and going for a sail, paddle or swim. Maybe you went on a 10-day bike ride and observations are the result of that journey. Maybe you snowshoed, skated, or Nordic skied somewhere -as long as you did not arrive close to this destination by car and then snowshoed, skated, or Nordic skied the rest of the way and then returned home again by car.

Looking forward to seeing observations and species varieties rise.

Everyone is welcome. Enjoy yourselves.

Posted on December 23, 2019 01:59 by bobmcd bobmcd | 12 comments | Leave a comment