iNaturalistUK - Year in Review 2022

Every year in December, iNaturalist produces annual usage stats - the Year in Review. Since December 2021 these have also been available for iNaturalistUK.

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iNaturalist Global 2022 Year in Review

iNaturalistUK 2022 Year in Review

To view your personal Year in Review follow the link shown from the iNaturalist or iNaturalistUK Year in Review page or https://uk.inaturalist.org/stats/2022/you

To view stats from other years use the URL https://uk.inaturalist.org/stats/[YEAR]/[USERNAME]

iNaturalist Global 2021 Year in Review

iNaturalistUK 2021 Year in Review

To view any previous year for iNaturalist use the URL https://www.inaturalist.org/stats/[YEAR] e.g. https://www.inaturalist.org/stats/2019

Some headline stats for the year

The figures for the last two years show that the number of users, observations and species recorded has continued to grow. In 2022 over 12,600 species were recorded which compares to 11,930 in 2021. 

One of the most favourited observations from the UK was the Common Slowworm spotted in June – it was picked for iNaturalist’s global Observation of the Day. See the posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram 

In March, NBN Award winner, George Grieff’s observation of Don’s Thread-Moss observed near Bristol was iNaturalist’s global Observation of the Day. The posts can be seen on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Highlights from across the globe include the striking Tropical Pill Woodlouse and the wonderful Usambara Eyelash Viper.

Posted by giselle_s giselle_s, 03 January, 2023 15:05

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