Hi bioblitzers,

Thanks to Natalie Lemanski for summarizing the data for this year’s Personal Bioblitz, the ninth ever. Here are the results! (Note that the numbers of species on the home page of the project will change, because more species will be identified as we go along. These numbers are the official numbers for this year). Our project page on iNaturalist is:

Congratulations to the top winners, every species and person, but also to all of the rest of you that together helped us break the record, AGAIN, for most observations and species. Every observation and species is important for the totality of the project and for science. All five of the top species are common in Eastern North America and every sighting counts. We also had things that were rare and only seen by a few.

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Posted on June 08, 2022 12:13 PM by vilseskog vilseskog | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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