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iNaturalist

About iNaturalist and TFNC

Since June 2021, observations from excursions have been recorded as projects on iNaturalist. Please use this link to see them https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/tasmanian-field-naturalists-club-tfnc.

More observations made on excursions can be added at any time, so it is never too late.

If you are familiar with any of the species observed, we would appreciate if you could either agree with the species ID or suggest the possible ID so the observation can become “research quality” and available to other users.

The link also allows you to become a member of the TFNC umbrella project so you can receive notifications from iNaturalist when excursions are updated.

Instructions for using iNaturalist

iNaturalist is used around the world to record observations of nature. It is widely used by citizen scientists.

Find out more here: https://www.inaturalist.org/

Here is a pdf of step by step instructions written by Clare Hawkins for using iNaturalist.

iNaturalist for the dubious


 iNaturalist results from TFNC Excursions

September excursion to Ponybottom Creek

Observations from September’s excursion to Pony Bottom Creek and Chestermans Sugarloaf are available from iNaturalist. To see them and observations from other recent excursions, please use this link https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/tasmanian-field-naturalists-club-tfnc. More observations made on the day can be added at any time, so it is never too late. If you are familiar with any of the species observed, we would appreciate if you could either agree with the species ID or suggest the likely ID so the observations can become “research quality” and available to other users.


 iNaturalist - Cole River Tier

Findings from July can be found on iNaturalist at:

https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/tas-field-nats-2021-jul-coal-river-tier .


iNaturalist results from Inala, Bruny Island

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to get a species list out of the Natural Values Atlas

Here are instructions for extracting a species list from the NVA.

The author is Annabel Carle.

Instructions  (pdf 1.71 megabytes)