Continued Involvement

Amazing job to everyone who participated in the City Nature Challenge 2018: Boston Area! Together, 287 people have collected 521 skunk cabbage observations in our region. Thanks to your hard work, Eastern skunk cabbage was the second most recorded species in this project. See more of the Challenge results at:

Even though the City Nature Challenge has concluded for 2018, the Spring Marvels data quest is still going. This is a continuous data collection project, meaning your observations will contribute to an important research throughout the year. Let's keep up the momentum and observe even more occurrences of skunk cabbages and their ecologically vital wetland habitats!

Posted on May 24, 2018 15:02 by zoefoster zoefoster | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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Welcome to Spring Marvels! This is one of six data quests run by the Boston City Nature Challenge. The goal of this quest is to document common wetland species that live in our region.

By recording locations for a key wetland indicator, you will help map our seasonal wetlands - one of our most biodiverse habitats. Wetlands provide vital benefits in our landscapes including ...more ↓

Mini zoefoster created this project on December 05, 2017

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