Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 Umbrella's Journal

October 17, 2021

El “poder” de iNaturalist es que podemos dar nueva vida a nuestros recuerdos.

El “poder” de iNaturalist es que podemos dar nueva vida a nuestros recuerdos. (English below)

Hace 10 años tomé esta foto y la compartí entonces en Facebook. Fue motivo de una serie de actividades en mi trabajo para mejorar el desempeño de la empresa con objetivo de reducir o evitar estos incidentes.
Pero hoy Facebook me recordó esta foto y puedo recuperarla para usarla en iNaturalist y así contribuir con registros sobre la especie, su distribución, su comportamiento y los problemas para su conservación.
Imaginen si cada quien que tiene un recuerdo similar lo compartiera, todo lo que se podría lograr en mejorar nuestro conocimiento. Eso apoyaría mucho más nuestra toma de decisiones para mantener o mejorar nuestro futuro.
Aquí el registro de esta foto


©Antonio W. Salas, some rights reserved (CC-BY)
história por
Antonio W. Salas, , Biologist, herpetologist. Peru. AKA @awsalas

Qual é a sua observação histórica favorita?

Conte-nos abaixo

The ′′ power ′′ of iNaturalist is that we can bring new life to our memories.

10 years ago I took this picture and shared it then on Facebook. It was the reason for a series of activities in my work to improve the company's performance with a view to reducing or avoiding these incidents.
But today Facebook reminded me of this photo and I can recover it for use on iNaturalist and thus contribute records about the species, its distribution, its behaviour and the issues for conservation.
Imagine if everyone who has a similar memory shared it, all that could be accomplished in improving our knowledge. That would greatly support our decision making to maintain or improve our future.

What is your favourite historic observation?

Tell us below

@ripleyrm @rob-westerduijn @blazeclaw @danplant @ruthgo @calydna @birdernaturalist @diego_amazonia @junior84 @thibaudaronson @dbeadle @capacoscar @cstobie @monics @philkahler @arnoldwijker @spyingnaturalist @tonyrebelo @dieterschulten @eccentric_entomophile @lucel_2448 @sandralamberts @ellky @davidfbelmonte @mokperu @henicorhina @cullen @jurga_li @oxapampabase @sullivanribbit @ulises_inf @rileyfortierii @johntrent @annikaml @cesar67 @docprt @projetomantis @wsweet321 @kkrockytop @uriel-torreszevallos @barbetboy @charadrius @manuelroncal @rafaelgarrido99 @mesene @antshrike69 @skjoldalsted @jaico @elliotgreiner @swhitebread d @michaelbakkerpaiva @cbruner @eamonccorbett @michiganhummingbirdguy @fydnar @boatanist @erwinrosaalagon @tom-kirschey @nickyhc @jaspersail @remco @charlisaurio @danielblanco521 @cypseloides @bioblogo @chartuso @gmmarques @slsfirefight @line114 @dhfischer @airalcorn2 @ulrichzanabria @geoffgallice @jeffharding @okbirdman @rangga3434 @jomnres @moventrice @opisska @raquel81 @josecueva @floroortizcontreras @zlange123 @manimiranda @julioctello @octavio_pecho @karsten_s @nachotorres @johngsalamander @rosio-vega @johnnybirder @carolinaocampo @peterhma @tomhorton @yeison_cm @aztekium_tutor @ecarpe @mickvil @shirdipam @smeierotto @javatru @ruben_guzman_p @etantrah @liliammorantetorres @mario_mairal @driftlessroots @leed0017 @paulsullivan25 @jbecky @m_ellis @leslie_flint @paultavares @shabrobtilus @christian_nunes @currenfrasch @jimenabisso @francofran @sindic @subhashc @loarie @otorongo @redabbott @tgosliner @jorgeubillas @plainsashchalaca @tremarctos @xenospingus @pbertner @raquel101 @hannahfindlay @karenari @leocabrera @luiscalapi @maria_cd @adamary @alonmendez @andmisa @armando_ulloa

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October 16, 2021

Presenting Ecuador

O Ecuador tem 9 áreas incríveis no # GSB202, isso é incrível, vamos passar por elas e conhecer os organizadores! thankyou Sofía Nogales Trujillo (@sofianogales ) iNaturalist Ecuador Site Admin (Ecuador)

Carchi

organizadoras- Sofía Nogales Trujillo (@sofianogales ) -bióloga, interesada en conocer la ecología y diversidad de las mariposas en mi país. le encanta trabajar en proyectos de ciencia ciudadana.

especies más comunes -Espeletia pycnophylla

© Diego Polo, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC)
@diegopolo

@fernandanaidelinnarvaez040 @stalin4 @cynthia_delgado8 @sofianogales @gabrielmicanquer @jhohannes_ale @greening_merle @edu_obando @estefania_huera @jorgebrito @mayu_vivas @tanii1 @mario_yanez_munoz @danbiol @daniel418 @anita464 @willianenriquez @efrainfreire @jesrealpe @anddynic17 @mfernanda_17 @edison10 @carlossebas @diegoaragon1 @dn_sc @andrespuma @karla436 @damisbcc @leoberlys_males @alen9 @nayeliuyana @jeffersonmorillo @oviedoalexandra @mauricio-herrera-madrid @lupe18 @diana836 @leydidayahe @andybetter @harvey27 @matias2707 @rebecar24 @sneider1 @dawicho @camii4 @yeraldytarapues12345 @chafny @ladyjazmin @xandersonx @xime_aguas @aleja_ @fabiocianferoni @tomas_sebastian @anita_figueroa @clarita10 @danplant @carlos1311 @inclandj @amy_ortega @dario05 @hazel_trujillo @shalodesuarez @entoagroutn @evelynelizabeth @odalys7_chamorro @wennading @araceli_taicus @ecuadornaturetours @shirleychamorro @miguel_urgiles @christoph_moning @gitanomad @leonardponc @n_coral @fernanda-mena @aleibujes25 @carloscastromoran @nataliacadena @touroult @jonathan_janse @josselin_portilla @scarleth_b @maximerome @pablo_cuesta @eliana_huertas @emily_chiles @mariadaniela1 @jhonny_vargas @karen290599 @naturesebas @anabel_erazo @roberin_cas @varinia2403 @anajudith @cristianlopez_

El Oro

organizador @jmedina22
con más de 2000 especies registradas, esta será un área para observar
especies más comunes observadas, Anthony's Poison Arrow Frog Epipedobates anthonyi

© Mickaël Villemagne, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC),
@mickvil

@arlennsalazar @jorgebrito @daviles @valeriamb @rob-westerduijn @rudygelis @fagagiab2281828 @marlon71 @lolavioleta @karelys21 @brianaaguilar @angelmario @santiagoorc @alissonromero10 @paul_pina @elizabeth_moreira @alisson_romero_cardenas_ @ripleyrm @gustavomorejon @santiago54ord @amada_apolo @glendapozo @aeleon @joselincabrera @agroluna @miguel_urgiles @jcamacho @subhashc @julieacaro27 @misheltinoco @rogerritt @jordy2012 @leslie_flint @felipecampos @henryrojas @steve259 @jonathanaguirre @jenniffer_g29 @mickvil @estebansurez @fernandoar @fabys @green5 @marjorieg @apariciofelipecollaguazoyaguachi @kerly12 @hippiejulian @inicio_eduardo_chamba_matute @feenstra @melina_merino @daniela_valarezo @kmorocho7 @cesarg @cecibelcabrera @julio206 @ricalaba @upupamartin @abcdefgewing @angieramirez2 @emilyacaro @kevin1405 @mauricio-herrera-madrid @cristhian_xavier_teran_meneses @kristell_ivania @mbstevens @jimjohnson @robertloaizam @andresaguilar @holgersanchez @sofianogales @kabirbosques @tomdriscoll @crist1 @marianpesantez @alexander18428 @angelpaul @francesfo @steeven1 @tlaloc27 @luisbcb @panchoprieto @adrianacarrion @gmontgomery @juanfcordero @prengel 10@ronald_99 @brenda_99 @jramon21 @paula_alejandra @peterzika @aaron_gomez @alejar @bogwalker @danielsanmartin @desertnaturalist @emiliavivanco @emoran04 @endalamo @jonafish @karlapezo24 @valeria_nicole_romero_torres @ariana_agila @arutamecotours @carlos_parraga @evasarangoj @jose_rivas @maureen199 @thibaudaronson @ajcuripoma @alejandro1208 @alexandervalarezo8 @christel_quezada @dacgarmando @lesly_nathaly_rogel_cun @loryfinch @manuelmejia @nayeli-rey-fce @parzudak @alonso_reascos @cesaralvarezs @dactylor @ian727 @jahirhugo @phaynes @scottdwilson @wavellf @agroservicios @alisson_inoska @benjaminnavas @csanchezj7 @isabel_cordova @karenari @leocabrera @luiscalapi @maria_cd @adamary @alonmendez @andmisa @armando_ulloa @chrasrey @evelin15 @jeansantos10_ @paula_ambiental @sully7 @cechav2707 @dianelly25 @felipeserrano @geenaminchalo @hajo @idbirds @jocateme @kevinsv @zabka @benjaminhidalgo @briouch @calochex @gioconda @isaacblacio8 @jorgepatino @joshuaparedes @josue16 @karen314 @p_joe @rogger07 @steveenmaxivalarezo @tabata_parrales @ana_gallov @catharus @davidweaver @diego512 @farpost @francymora @gabo22 @kevinherrera99 @luis_arturo @mario2301 @mattclark72 @pricacor @rbeunen @ronaldbravo @ronnymatamoros @serge114 @bolivararias @bryanbustos1 @carloslara2023

Loja

La provincia de Loja participará por segunda vez de este evento e involucrará a la mayor cantidad de personas, clubes ecológicos, universidades y personas interesadas. Te invitamos a ser parte de este evento mundial y contribuir al conocimiento de la biodiversidad local.
organizador- Green Jewel (@green5 )
Somos una iniciativa que trabaja por la conservación de la biodiversidad y el desarrollo sostenible en el sur del Ecuador. Actualmente desarrollamos un proyecto de Ciencia Ciudadana llamado "Biodiversidad del Sur del Ecuador".
María Cristina Córdova (@maria_cd) Biology student
Santiago Hualpa (@sfhualpa )Herpetologist
Daniel Hualpa (@daniel_hualpa)
Angel Mario Hualpa Erazo (@angelmario ) Trabajo por la conservación de la biodiversidad y el desarrollo sostenible en el sur del Ecuador.
Co-fundador y Coordinador de Green Jewel

con más de 2889 especies registradas, esta será un área para observar
especies más comunes observadas Saffron Finch Sicalis flaveola

© blackmambafive, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC)

Tena

organizador- Daning Montaño (@daning98 )
Diego F. Cisneros-Heredia (@cisnerosheredia) 'Investigador con una pasión absoluta por la historia natural. Vivo en Ecuador y me interesan todos los seres vivos, pero en especial, las aves, los reptiles, los anfibios, las arañas, los escarabajos coccinellidos, los gusanos terciopelo.'
Emilia Peñaherrera (@emiliapenaherrera ) 'Soy Bióloga e investigadora, y vivo en Ecuador. Me interesan bastante los anfibios y reptiles, pero en los últimos años me he dedicado a trabajar con escarabajos coccinélidos (mariquitas) del país.'

especies más comunes observadas African Giant Snail Lissachatina fulica

© martincardenas, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC)
@martincardenas

Galápagos

organizador- Diego F. Cisneros-Heredia (@cisnerosheredia) 'Investigador con una pasión absoluta por la historia natural. Vivo en Ecuador y me interesan todos los seres vivos, pero en especial, las aves, los reptiles, los anfibios, las arañas, los escarabajos coccinellidos, los gusanos terciopelo.'
dani2302
Emilia Peñaherrera (@emiliapenaherrera ) 'Soy Bióloga e investigadora, y vivo en Ecuador. Me interesan bastante los anfibios y reptiles, pero en los últimos años me he dedicado a trabajar con escarabajos coccinélidos (mariquitas) del país.'
especies más comunes observadas Marine IguanaAmblyrhynchus cristatus

© Brad Nissen,
@brewkeeper, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC)

Quito & Pichincha

organizador- Diego F. Cisneros-Heredia (@cisnerosheredia) 'Investigador con una pasión absoluta por la historia natural. Vivo en Ecuador y me interesan todos los seres vivos, pero en especial, las aves, los reptiles, los anfibios, las arañas, los escarabajos coccinellidos, los gusanos terciopelo.'
dani2302
Emilia Peñaherrera (@emiliapenaherrera ) 'Soy Bióloga e investigadora, y vivo en Ecuador. Me interesan bastante los anfibios y reptiles, pero en los últimos años me he dedicado a trabajar con escarabajos coccinélidos (mariquitas) del país.'
con más de 12, 138 especies registradas, esta será un área para observar
especies más comunes observadas Eared Dove Zenaida auriculata

© David Torres, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC)

Sucumbíos

especies más comunes observadas Hoatzin Opisthocomus hoazin

© William Hull, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC)
@mangoverde

@beavisnail @howardfriedman1 @stephen220 @damontighe @vkcruzjumbo @cullin @glendapozo @judygva @arjonker @cgates326 @davidr @hdcooper @lszterrill @natforlife @seigmond @stanlilley @abr @alazere @alexwcranston @benzerante @biologistdave @blythenilson @brewkeeper @carmelo_lopez @chloe_and_trevor @dustdevil @ecuadornaturetours @felipecampos @frankf @galozapatarios @geichhorn @gladysyaritza @harv @hdemann @jaime_gavidia @jansvetlik @jeanpaulboerekamps @jeduardo_2125 @jorgebrito @joseruisantos @kenharris @khgaudry @mangoverde @marcocepedavizuete @markrobinson @mattclark72 @md-in-ns15
@micahfreedman @michaelhanrahan @paldaz @phyvonen @redabbott @reptileeric @rocio_vargas @rubenvinueza @ryruther @sandboa @taopina @thibaut-pilatte @tonnyrojasc @valeriaochoah @verocrespoperez @wavellf @wouter_oe @ziggypop74

Yantzaza

Michael Vicente Riofrio @michael-v
Gran BioBlitz del Sur Yantzaza 2021 busca generar conocimiento y la puesta en valor de la riqueza biológica que se encuentra dentro del Cantón Yantzaza, mediante la participación ciudadana recopilar información de las diferentes especies animales que habitan en la localidad logrando así aportar al conocimiento de la Biodiversidad en el sur del Ecuador.#biodiversidad #cienciaciudadana
especies más comunes observadas Silver-beaked TanagerRamphocelus carbo

© Finca Yantza, Zamora-Chinchipe, Ecuador, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC),
@yantza

@angelmario @daniel_hualpa @michael-v @maria_cd @paskal98 @yuleidy_castro @jorgebrito @mireya25 @ecuadornaturetours @glendapozo @edison10 @eduardo_go98 @felipecampos @anayela @katherine_lizbeth_bravo_landacay @lc_three @hippiejulian @greysvasquez @federicogg @aron_chimbo @luisleonachupallas @tlaloc27 @lolavioleta @daltonmorocho @farpost @jhandrypaulguaya @juan813 @nataliaescobar @daysi @edinsonsalinas @jhandry @migaherr @nadiamish @santiago323 @angelfernandez1 @daltonbustan @jonathan494 @leonardo170 @steven_romero @typophyllum @yuleidyelizabethcastro @alexandragonzlez @gabo22 @george389 @itijiat_sandra @jennycuray @lilian_ulloa @mattclark72 @nicolay_atocha @pauly1 @rebegaona @selvadero @sfhualpa @andreazhunio @anisopteralili @brithompson @catherinelilijt @cesarg @dalton48 @davidvillamagua @elizabeth1156 @felipeserrano @fespinozadej @jdrobe @johana_saritama @jorge429 @juan_alfredogonzalez @kaflorest @kurtaraluca @lonercalva @mao_xavier @miparadise @nelsonortiz @yostin_ruiz

Não está no Equador? Dê uma olhada nas comunidades que aderiram por meio do Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 Umbrella from across the global south!

Para saber mais informações sobre este evento, visite nosso site em Great Southern Bioblitz

Compartilhe nas redes sociais #GSBioblitz #GSB2021

Previous events:
Great Southern Bioblitz 2020 Umbrella
Check out this summary blog about the 2020 Great Southern Bioblitz 'Great Southern Bioblitz - Amazing First Year!' by Pete Crowcroft (AKA @possumpete )

Síganos en Twitter, Facebook (@AGrandeBioblitz) e Instagram (gsbioblitz)

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October 14, 2021

Ni sa Bula from beautiful Fiji

Ni sa Bula from beautiful Fiji, where the lockdown from the Delta Variant lifted has just been lifted.. There is a nice Fiji iNaturalist community in Fiji, that is coming together to help with the 2021Great Southern Bioblitz. You can see the observations and photos on their iNaturalist page: Fiji Nature

Our group includes folks from a number of conservation NGOs like Nature Fiji and BirdLife International, as well as folks from the Government, the University of the South Pacific and Fiji National University, and a myriad of individuals who have been active in wildlife and marine studies and photography in Fiji and the island states of Southwest Pacific.

Fiji consists of some 300 islands and 540 islets scattered over about 3,000,000 square km, much of which is still underexplored. The land area is 10% and the sea area is about 90%. The highest point is 1,324 metres on Mount Tomanivi on the big island of Viti Levu where the capital of Suva is also located, where most of us are based.

My name is Kevin, and I will be helping coordinate the Fiji folks for the 2021Great Southern Bioblitz. My partner and I have a global wildlife photography project called Bird Explorers, and you can see our iNaturalist work here: @birdexplorers here are some of what you can expect next weekend!

Common on decaying logs in Sovi Basin, 40-60m Trametes sp. left, Common in roadside scrub, 40-60m an Asian Magpie Moth Nyctemera baulus © Bird Explorers, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC)

and some birds like this Golden Dove Ptilinopus luteovirens, Sovi Basin, male seen barking in tree, 60 m, photo, 9 October 2021 (left). Snake-eyed Skinks Cryptoblepharus sp.

We at Bird Explorers feel that as the birds, wildlife, animals and nature have blessed and enriched us so much and given our lives so much meaning and purpose, it is our utmost responsibility to promote environmental awareness and credible, scientific-based, public policy that promotes nature and wildlife conservation and animal welfare. As a natural extension, Bird Explorers also promotes human rights and peace-building causes and political candidates and progressive parties that have strong ethical beliefs for animals, people and the environment that we both share.

We have a Bird Explorers IGoTerra Page at: https://igoterra.com/user-profile/5583

We have a Bird Explorers Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/bird.explorers

and a Bird Explorers Wildlife Photography Page at:
https://www.facebook.com/birdexplorersphotography

Follow @birdexplorers on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Bird_Explorers/
A la gente que habla castellano y para as pessoas que falam português, podemos responder a algunas preguntas o comentarios/ podemos responder a algumas perguntas ou comentários. De même pour le français!

Not in Fiji ? Have a lookat the communities that have joined via the Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 Umbrella from across the global south!
Vinaka vakalevu

Team Fiji

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Nuestra área número 250 se ha unido a GSB en 2021!

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September 25, 2021

Moth Night is back

Moth Night is back
This year as part of the Great Southern Bioblitz Saturday night is Moth Night, set up your fancy gear or just leave the backl ight on and observe and upload to iNaturalist.org all the moths you find and help the #GSB2021 reveal the amazing #biodiversity of the southern hemisphere. learn more 👇👇👇👇
http://ow.ly/l31p50Gf4Yx
join the project here
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/moth-night-2021-a-great-southern-bioblitz-project
🇪🇸 Moth Night está de vuelta
Este año, como parte del Great Southern Bioblitz, el sábado por la noche es la noche de la polilla, configure su elegante equipo o simplemente deje la luz de fondo encendida y observe y cargue en iNaturalist.org todas las polillas que encuentre y ayude a la # GSB2021 a revelar la increíble #biodiversidad de el hemisferio sur
🇧🇷 Este ano, como parte do Great Southern Bioblitz, sábado à noite é Moth Night, configure seu equipamento sofisticado ou apenas deixe a luz de fundo acesa e observe e envie para iNaturalist.org todas as mariposas que você encontrar e ajude o #GSB2021 a revelar a incrível #biodiversidade de o hemisfério sul

@natthaphat @vicfazio3 @dustaway @erikamitchell @tdavenport @felipecampos @dawicho @ignacio-de-la-torre @eerikaschulz @diegoalmendras @wild_wind @ecoman @davidclarance @petersteward @elliotgreiner @rafnuss @oudejans

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August 31, 2021

Lima is preparing for the Great Southern Biobliz, October 22th-25th!

¡Lima se prepara para la Gran Biobúsqueda del Sur que se realizará del 22 al 25 de octubre!
Mientras tanto, Rafael Garrido Oneto, rafaelgarrido99, uno de los usuarios más destacados de iNaturalist en Perú, ha logrado una maravillosa foto de un Turtupilin (Pyrocephalus rubinus) con variación cromática inusual y que motiva a la discusión de los científicos.

Las opiniones difieren desde el albinismo, el leucismo, hasta un caso de variación extrema como ha sido observado en otros casos. Las poblaciones de Turtupilin de Lima han concitado desde hace décadas la atención por su variabilidad cromática llegando a caracterizarse más como una variedad oscura, que incluso motivó a una descripción temprana de esta población como especie.
Cada observación que realices de mariposas, hierbas, aves y otros insectos, contribuye mucho a conocer la biodiversidad de nuestras ciudades y de nuestro país.

inaturalist #inatperu #gsb2021

Perfil de Rafael
@rafaelgarrido99
Observación en:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/93065985

Lima is preparing for the Great Southern Biobitz, from October 22th-25th!

Meanwhile, Rafael Garrido Oneto, rafaelgarrido99, one of the most prominent users of iNaturalist in Peru, has pulled off a wonderful photo of a Turtupilin (Pyrocephalus rubinus) with unusual chromatic variation and motivating scientist s' discussion.
Opinions differ from albinism, leucism, to a case of extreme variation as observed in other cases. Lima's Turtupilin populations have for decades focused attention on its chromatic variability becoming more characterized as a dark variety, which even motivated an early description of this population as a species.
Every observation you make of butterflies, herbs, birds and other insects contributes a lot to the biodiversity of our cities and our country.

inaturalist #inatperu #gsb2021

Profile of Rafael
@rafaelgarrido99
Observation in:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/93065985

written by @awsalas

Not in Peru ? maybe you can help with the identification
@ripleyrm @rob-westerduijn @blazeclaw @danplant @diego_amazonia @birdernaturalist @stmkimberlypalomino @galvezbellido @pablosamanamud @jahnluk @strximenaortiz
@scradrianaperez @ruthgo @sofiaelias @uni1juliovizcarra @xanndevargas20 @uriel-torreszevallos
@pamela387 @paz1astridarevalo @lvidafnearias @pyrocephalusgian @soladrianagrande
@camicata @visozielaguilar @spnrominasaldarriagahernandez @renzo3310 @uni1nyra @lcaraphaellafajardo @cagfabianmedrano @nmmarilyn164 @vilzacariasezeta @ellky @rubensaurio @s_t_m_mauricio_ramirez @solmirellaillanes @jeremymachuca @sjmlianamorveli @lcanathalieborda @ambmarapalacios @pamelahurtado @stodayanaravargas @luvv @gonzalesalvarado @ccasophiecamachotorres @jadesalinas @gisellabassodeamat @retbenjaminmontalvo
@georgyacarbonell @mate_cp @ambdayraserrano @luiscastilloroque @arbadrianajacinto @stocamilachunga @julyssamamanibustamante @camangelipanaque @scrjoaquinpicasso
@bermattiastume @dianita12 @alvarocor @patriciacotaquispe @morayma @luciatravag @sanmiguellapazidiegozamalloa @ambthiagoleonel @sanmilagrosurcia @karolpardav @augustoabello @valalexandratorres @vitallimillaconza290710 @uni2ricardolaines @ambmatiassanchez @andrea1875 @retadrianalejo @davidfbelmonte @matheusrojas @jenniferdianaramoscurilla @anapaulavalenciareyes @ciedarielsanchez @leonardoibaez @beth0116 @zoeyjaq @celesthejimenacalluperivas @stefannyhermosilla @anderson_ivan_lume_auqui @uni1joaquinzapana @sergiolazoal @rogger1 @rangga3434 @nm_walter_lh30 @sofiaibaez @david_eche @sandro_mauricio_peirano_gozalvez @luisnoriega @charmingvet @vanessasm @spcdiegovega @staarianazevallos @katyachalco @arazellydiaz @cienciaciudadanaperu @purgaelgonzales @idaliaramirez @carlosjesuscaldasguevara @omachucam @ericka111213 @pantanosdevilla @lvidavidrodriguez @pedroqg @martinmp93 @michelle_sheyla_deza_quesada @vitamarenarodriguez @alvaroclaros @diegoespinozalanda @andrea1870 @bio_jpacheco @lisscanorio @patricia764 @miguel_alonso_rumiche_enriquez @gohan9910 @edgardoballadaresquispe @vitsebastian1510 @mikelt @alfredoroberto @allichris99 @rafaelgarrido99

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July 13, 2021

100 Days to go!

Wow, it looks like we have only 100 days to the GSB2021 our second big event in this amazing project!
So how is it looking?
So far we have 15 countries registered with projects already on the umbrella project. Organisers from Argentina have been very busy and have indicated they will also rejoin shortly. This growth in countries is amazing with Uruguay, New Zealand, and Eswatini joining the GSB. We have also had interest from Malawi.
Having new countries join our projects is executing, however, we also have had some fantastic growth in projects in many of our countries from last year. This means that many more people will have an opportunity to connect with nature through our project.

What challenge will you set yourself this spring?

what do you hope to observe?

let up know below or on our facebook page.

Thie year we also have a forum on our website so introduce yourself, or ask the organisers questions.

@abongilen @acmu62 @actorjack73 @aedmonds @aimeebound @alain_sauzereau @albal68 @albert_burkle @alexisrieck @alicia_mejia_garcia @aliciapowell @aliwat98 @amberphillips1
@amy14harris @anabela2 @anadalcin @anderson62 @andrewgillespie @andrewm @andysym @anepomucenocalacademy @aniafersta @argentaq @arthur_ottoni @aswedoski @awsalas @banj @bbrice @benjamin_duffy @benmorrison @bennett_johnson @bianca_darski @billelder @biniek-io @biophilica @bluegreenseas @botswanabugs @brittswinford @budodsuren @budowski @carmentavares @cassandra_villegas @charlie_e @chilekeni @cienciaciudadanaperu @cisnerosheredia @cloe9 @cobaltducks @crislene @crystalline87 @cuppo @darielix @deborod @di35 @diego_caballero @dieserbenutzernameistschonvergebeb @djehrame @donna391 @douglasc @dragonette @drowningcreek @dryfveer @elena_bashkyrova @eli_javier_brito_delgado @emiliapenaherrera @ericfischerrempe @ethanpatrick @FALSE @fatima_al_zahraa_ali @ffpheebs @fi_evans @flo_grattarola @gavinguan @gbohne ur @giselle_viruete @grantforbes @gsbadmin @gussoni @gwsn-peru @hans-schrap @hhodgson @his_mail @hneal12 @hrgussoni @humblegardener @isolly @ivan_bashkyrow2011 @jac_3255 @jaycarnall @jeremygilmore @jessfawn @jon_sullivan @juanpablo63 @kat267 @kazang @kb2whakaraupo @kblackfoto @kcthetc1 @kelly_ann1 @kelseydarcy @kfurcron @kristin_p @kyle705
@laowti @larissabrazsousa @leahncrow @lindaelizabethbradburn @liseth_ortega @littlechicken254 @livleaux1981 @lizcuttino @lukasrudi @lukemcooo @maenads @marcel_schoch @marchussey @marshallgraham @massimiliano58 @mcarolinalago @meghstar @min_lwin @mossyearth @mrsmiddleschool @mswafford92 @mulwelimaswoliedza @mycoloser @n_i @nandini__nandu @narellecmt @naturaamansjt @naturalist19800 @naveen22 @nicklambert @nomndeni @observer_nachiket @onehappysmile @orchidrose @otaviotaviota @paulabf @polinakonovalova @possumessa @possumpete @presha @pri_esclarski @priscilla_nesi @protibha @ptera

@rafaelbaldi @rangermyles

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July 05, 2021

Africa is engaged in the Great Southern BioBlitz 2021

Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 - Southern Africa

The African contingent is looking Amazing with 14 areas already on the map representing six countries including Eswatini, Zambia, Zimbabwe , three projects from Botswana ( Botswana South, Gaborone & SE, Botswana Central), Kenya and seven projects from South Africa ( eThekwini,Tshwane, Nelson Mandela Bay, Zululand, West Rand Jhb, Cape Town, Garden Route)

Join team Africa and show the world, there is more than just the big 'Five' although the Giraffe is cool!


South African Giraffe Giraffa camelopardalis ssp. giraffa observed by © Tony Rebelo
Team Africa have an regional umbrella project so have a look for your nearest project in

"Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 southern Africa umbrella"

Not in Africa? Have a look at the communities that have joined via the Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 Umbrella from across the global south!

To find out more information about this event, check out our website at Great Southern Bioblitz

Share on social media #GSBioblitz #GSB2021

What is your favourite organism? tell us below

Previous events:
Great Southern Bioblitz 2020 Umbrella
Check out this summary blog about the 2020 Great Southern Bioblitz 'Great Southern Bioblitz - Amazing First Year!' by Pete Crowcroft (AKA @possumpete )

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz on social media
The Great Southern Bioblitz team have a Facebook page Great Southern Bioblitz
We are also on Twitter GSBioblitz
and Instagram gsbioblitz
Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

@barefootbushbaby @botswanabugs @caw70 @dgw30 @dougmacsafaris @jeremygilmore @jm_blake
@jonathan471 @moira_fitzpatrick @mwedzimoon @ngoshibeavan @nickypegg @peter1129 @spidermandan @liakajiki @wellingtonvidal @maarten40 @ewoutknoester @kalie9 @ramonamom @cookswell @paulakahumbu @waswala @malombeitambo @jonathan1153 @subbi @gerald_keneth_kaniaru @robinjames @pkirika @mary553 @sweetkatydid @kenbehrens
@nomentsoa @angelomg @afahawkins @mikeyvm @carla285 @grcefce @ccaneydunod @dadamanga @harifetra @thierrycordenos @lova_marline @lucien12 @nanciart_mada @nicovr
@bernardmusukuma @william6 @jo269 @helenfromz @lucas_mwale @zamfari @alexander735 @virginiam @scottrugby @maudie1 @bushbetty @clemsn @djhwilson @esnartsakala @phil183
@katebraunsd @lindaloffler @kimroques @nandzi @nkhankanka @carlcabr @edouardaupetit @alettmarie @amanda_ash @ramonamom @kristenhoss @thbecker @also_sprach_susscrofa @jvl @richardknocker @annelaudisoit @lolaj89 @donchelu @catarina_lobato @tembomavi
@volvox_d




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May 15, 2021

The Great Southern Bioblitz is looking strong in 2021

The Great Southern Bioblitz will return to Australia in October 2021!
Although spring is a way off, with so many areas already signed up we thought it was time to highlight some of our areas
In the coming weeks, we will feature the areas joining our project. Today I will feature

Australia

There are already many projects (10 so far), why not join your local one in your area, if there are none why not become an organiser or get your local group or club involved!

Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 - Greater Adelaide


Tawny Frogmouth Podargus strigoides ©frank_prinz (left), Leafy Seadragon Phycodurus eques NT observed by David Muirhead (right)


Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus funereus EN observed by cobaltducks (left) Common White-faced Heron Egretta novaehollandiae ssp. novaehollandiae © Chris Seager, AKA @chrisseager (right)

Local social media
Join and share your citizen science experiences on the 'Activating Australians for Citizen Science' Facebook group or follow us on socail meadia

GAINBioblitz Facebook page
GAINBioblitz on twitter
adelaidecnc on instagram

Great Southern Bioblitz 2021: the Coorong


Australian Pelican Pelecanus conspicillatus
observed at Nurrung SA by @stephen169 ©StephenFricker,

Great Southern Bioblitz 2021: Lower Murray, South Australia


White-browed Treecreeper Climacteris affinis
observed at Mount Mary SA by @philipgj ©philipgj

Great Southern Bioblitz 2021_City of Onkaparinga


Great Egret Ardea alba observed by
@cobaltducks Onkaparinga River Recreation Park, SA, © Geoffrey Cox

For more information or if you have questions, please see the project Facebook page here:
Onkaparinga iNaturalists

Redland City QLD


Bush Stone-Curlew Burhinus grallarius
observed by @nswanson at Thornlands QLD, Australia © nswanson

Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 - Greater Sydney


Elegant Blue Webcap Cortinarius rotundisporusobserved by
@shabadoo75 © Joe Lipson

Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 -Surf Coast


Thick-lipped Spider-Orchid Caladenia cardiochila observed by
@destino, Aireys Inlet VIC, Australia ©destino

Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 - Canberra


Gang-gang Cockatoo Callocephalon fimbriatum
Male spotted alone. Chattering to himself by @flinkbag © flinkbag, Woden Valley, ACT, Australia
For more information or if you have questions, please see the project Facebook page here: Great Southern BioBlitz - Canberra and ACT

Great Southern Bioblitz 2021 - Castlemaine Region


Grassland Copper Lucia limbaria
observed by @calamanthus, Castlemaine VIC, © Euan Moore,

Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 - Coffs Harbour Region


Nassarius nigellus observed by
@nicklambert ©NickLambert
For more information or if you have questions, please see the project Facebook page here: Great Southern BioBlitz 2021 - Coffs Harbour Region

Share on social media #GSBioblitz #GSB2021

Previous events:
Great Southern Bioblitz 2020 Umbrella
Check out this summary blog about the 2020 Great Southern Bioblitz 'Great Southern Bioblitz - Amazing First Year!' by Pete Crowcroft (AKA @possumpete )

Follow the Great Southern BioBlitz on social media
The Great Southern Bioblitz team have a Facebook page Great Southern Bioblitz
We are also on Twitter GSBioblitz
and Instagram gsbioblitz
Contact us through social media or via greatsouthernbioblitz@gmail.com

@reiner @imcmaster @vicfazio3 @gregtasney @dustaway @twan3253 @davidsando @davemmdave @deborod @kenharris @mononymous @wellsii @cher63 @daviaker @tonydiver @dianneclarke @dhobern @w_martin @adrian2370 @tjeales @nyoni-pete @triciastewart @domf @graemevc @natashataylor @jeff_melvaine @silversea_starsong @dhfischer @wingspanner @rlawrenz @jadonald @urliup-wildlife-sanctuary @hdavid @gumnut @ken_flan @lroganentsocvic @eschlogl @jb2602 @ianmcmillan @davidtng @aedmonds @sarahcobbaus @sea-kangaroo @d_kurek @annalanigan @arthur_chapman @harryrosenthal @paul2george @martinbennett @matthew_connors @russellbest @lorrainecphelan @mtank @grisper1 @cesdamess @lucyinthesea @kim-tarpey @jmartincrossley @tas56 @martinlagerwey @rfoster @markayers @mattcampbellaus @allanlugg @andrewpavlov @maxcampbell @streglystendec @knicolson @vuk @johnlenagan @ralfmagee @nawocnai @koolah @robertpergl @peregrine80 @lifeisamazing @crazybirdman @fiftygrit @em_lamond @bushbandit @curiouscoucal @dustycat @cygnusa @ray_turnbull @helenschofield @andrew_allen @kalimata @porcoespinho15 @alan_dandie @joelp @fairypossum @ecosse28 @johneichler @flipperg




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