Help the Seattle-Tacoma Metropolitan Area (including Everett, Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma and any place within Snohomish, King and Pierce counties!) show the world how biodiverse our region is by making as many observations of as many species as possible during City Nature Challenge! Find out more on the Seattle-Tacoma Metropolitan City Nature Challenge 2020 iNaturalist project page. https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2020-seattle-tacoma-metropolitan-area The City Nature Challenge will take place in two parts: April 24 - 27 - Observe!<\b> - Take and upload pictures of wild plants and animals April 24 - May 4 - Identify!<\b> - Help identify what was found You can support this effort by being an observer, helping others identify their observations, or better yet - both! To be an observer: - Download the free iNaturalist app to your Android or iPhone (lots of helpful how-to videos on the iNaturalist website) - Join the 2020 City Nature Challenge: Seattle-Tacoma Metropolitan Area iNaturalist project - Take photos of wild plants, animals and fungi in the Seattle Metro Area This can be inside your house, in your backyard, out your window or in your neighborhood. Please no photos of pets or cultivated plants, but see what "wild" species you can find nearby! - Upload your photos to iNaturalist - from your mobile device or via your computer To help identify observations: - Download the free iNaturalist app to your Android or iPhone - Join the 2020 City Nature Challenge: Seattle-Tacoma Metropolitan Area iNaturalist project - Identify observations to species level. Try searching iNaturalist for observations without identifications or for observations that still need to get down to species.
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