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Join the Biosphere's September iNaturalist Challenge!

This month we are promoting REPTILES ON ROADS!

Road mortality is one of the biggest threats to our reptiles in Ontario! From late summer into the fall, baby turtles begin emerging from their nests and making their way to wetlands! Unfortunately, they often have to cross roadways to get there. Our snakes are also at risk of road mortality throughout the fall as they travel to their overwintering sites.

You can help by keeping your speed down and your eyes peeled to help our snakes and turtles get across the road safely!

Add your observations to the Georgian Bay Biosphere project on iNaturalist throughout the month of September for your chance to win a GBB themed prize pack! Whoever submits the highest number of REPTILE (turtle, snake and lizard) observations will take home the prize!

Participation is easy:

1) Create an iNaturalist Account (www.inaturalist.ca)
2) Join the ...more ↓

Posted on September 01, 2021 17:17 by gbaybiosphere gbaybiosphere | 1 comment | Leave a comment
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Georgian Bay Biosphere is a region of global ecological significance that makes an ongoing commitment to the United Nations to strive for sustainability. Here, people are inspired to live and work in harmony with nature. The Georgian Bay Biosphere is situated within Anishinaabek territory, and we partner with First Nations and Indigenous peoples to care for our shared air, land, and ...more ↓

gbaybiosphere created this project on February 19, 2020
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