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The City Nature Challenge is on once again! In 2023, Adelaide, South Australia will be participating in the City Nature Challenge for the forth time. Will you help us show off our city’s biodiversity? Help us compete with cities from around the world by making the most nature observations possible from Apr 28th 2023 - May 1st, 2023. Participation is EASY and FREE! Download the iNaturalist app to your mobile device. Then, between April 28-May 1, use the app to upload photos of organisms and the iNaturalist community will help you identify them. It’s as simple as that! So why not join in during the 4-day challenge, if you are anywhere in the Greater Adelaide region, snap a photo of any wild plant or animal and upload it to iNaturalist platform, making sure to include the location. All observations will then automatically be pooled to this project so that we can compete with participants from all over the world! See the official City Nature Challenge website to learn more: Check out how Greater Adelaide did in previous years; City Nature Challenge 2022: Greater Adelaide: City Nature Challenge 2021: Greater Adelaide: City Nature Challenge 2020: Greater Adelaide: and check out our spring event Great Southern Bioblitz. Great Southern Bioblitz 2022 - Greater Adelaide: Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 - Greater Adelaide: Great Southern Bioblitz 2020 - Greater Adelaide: # South Australian GSB & CNC Projects: The Greater Adelaide team has a Facebook page - GAiN Bioblitz or Greater Adelaide iNaturalist Bioblitz ( We are also on Twitter - 'GAINBioblitz' ( and Instagram - 'adelaidecnc' ( The Greater Adelaide organisers team. @stephen169 (left), @seamus-doherty (center) and @larissabrazsousa (right) # Our local partners More information on the challenge can be found here: City Nature Challenge how to Participate ( Alternatively, check out our website for more information/updates on any local events for the challenge: The global City Nature Challenge is organized by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and the California Academy of Sciences. For more info and educator resources, visit: