Akron Birds Wraps Up for 2020

Hey Akron,

Thanks to all who participated in Akron Birds, the City of Akron Recreation and Parks' first iNaturalist project. We hope you enjoyed participating. Not only are your contributions and observations important to the City of Akron Recreation and Parks Division, but also to the network of scientists, educators, and scholars who use the data crowd-sourced through iNaturalist.

Here is a summary of this project's finds:

41 Members
37 Observations (35 Research Grade)
26 Species (including multiple rare sightings)
27 Identifiers (participants sharing ID data)

Most Observed Species: American Robin
Rare Finds: Magnolia Warbler, Norther Parula, Chestnut-sided Warbler

Hungry for more? Akron Recreation and Parks is launching a brand new BioBlitz on July 1, 2020! Search for and join Akron BioBlitz to start recording all your wildlife observations!

Posted by akronrecreation akronrecreation, June 30, 2020 19:46

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