Josie Lesage

Joined: Feb 5, 2020 Last Active: Apr 12, 2024 iNaturalist Monthly Supporter since January 2022

About me
I'm interested in protecting rare species, preventing invasion, finding lots of cool plants, and getting other people excited about the natural world! I am especially fond of Calochortus, Castilleja, crab spiders, and crawling through the Ceanothus key.

Sometimes I go through the "unknown" observations and try to bin them into broad categories in the hopes that they'll be easier for experts to find.

I'm always learning. My IDs are educated guesses at best, and I appreciate any comments or notes about what to pay attention to next time. Tips and/or hints when I get things wrong are wonderful!

Currently, I'm an instructor of Environmental Science at Clark College
Previously, I was an applied ecologist at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden and a Ph.D. candidate at UC Santa Cruz

My years in review: 2023 - 2022 - 2021 - 2020

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