Little Forks Conservancy is participating in the MSU Science Festival BioBlitz event for the entire month of April!
Host sites, such as Little Forks, invite people to come to their property and photograph different species for iNaturalist. This is an example of citizen-led science, where anyone in the community can help to document organisms found in the area to better help us understand our ecosystems.
iNaturalist is an app that collects observations and helps provide identification. To submit an observation just upload a photograph of the plant, animal, or other organism (preferably multiple photos). Additional information can be provided as well, such as sounds or animal tracks.
Little Forks Conservancy invites you to participate at Riverview Natural Area and see how many observations you can make by the end of the month!
We also have created a few guides to aid in your exploration! A species of interest list and a daily observation challenge calendar can help you find more organisms specific to Riverview Natural Area. Click the buttons below to access our guides.
To read more about MSU Science Festival's BioBlitz and to see other participating organizations, click the button below.