ALMOST to the 10,000 observations milestone!

Get outside! The State Parks NatureFinder Project is very close to reaching 2,000 unique species observations and 10,000 total observations observed in Colorado State Parks! Grab a friend or head out to a Park and make a friend and let’s try to reach those milestones! Just a few helpful hints and reminders to help on your explorations:

Be safe! Don’t get to close to wildlife and be aware of wildlife, plants, or fungi that might bite, sting, or be poisonous. Use binoculars or a spotting scope to get a better view of larger wildlife and birds that might get startled and leave if you get too close. Wear appropriate shoes and clothes and don’t forget that hat, sunscreen, and water bottle!

Have fun! Look for a new species you don’t recognize and try to identify it using the iNaturalist app. And remember, if you cannot identify something, it is still worth posting to the group and other naturalists can help you identify your find!

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Posted on August 17, 2018 01:48 PM by coparksandwildlife coparksandwildlife | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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This project seeks to record and display the biodiversity of State Parks in Colorado and provides visitors, volunteers, and staff the opportunity to assist in monitoring the ecological integrity of our parks. This project is administered by the Resource Stewardship Program at Colorado Parks and Wildlife, which encourages you to read and follow the terms of this project.

Mini coparksandwildlife created this project on May 08, 2015

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