Sat, 29 Apr|
City Nature Challenge Greater Adelaide 2023
The City Nature Challenge is an exciting initiative that invites people to explore and document the biodiversity of their city through citizen science. Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, is one of the many cities around the world that participates in this annual event.
Time & Location
29 Apr 2023, 12:00 am ACST – 02 May 2023, 11:50 pm ACST
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/cit, Adelaide SA, Australia
About the Event
The City Nature Challenge is an exciting initiative that invites people to explore and document the biodiversity of their city through citizen science. Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, is one of the many cities around the world that participates in this annual event. The challenge aims to raise awareness about the importance of urban biodiversity and to encourage people to get involved in scientific research. Participants are encouraged to use their smartphones to capture photos of plants, animals, and fungi they encounter in the city, and upload them to the iNaturalist app. These observations are then reviewed by experts, and the data is used to help researchers and policymakers better understand and protect urban ecosystems. The City Nature Challenge is a fun and engaging way to discover the amazing biodiversity that surrounds us in our cities and to contribute to science in a meaningful way.
Moreover, the challenge offers an opportunity to learn more about the natural world and connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for conservation and the environment. With activities and events planned throughout the four-day challenge, there will be ample opportunity to engage with the community and learn more about the biodiversity of Greater Adelaide.
In conclusion, the City Nature Challenge 2023 is an exciting opportunity for residents and visitors of Greater Adelaide to come together and showcase the region's natural beauty. By participating in the challenge, individuals can make a valuable contribution to the scientific community, learn more about the local environment, and connect with others who share a passion for conservation and biodiversity. So mark your calendars and get ready to explore the natural wonders of Greater Adelaide!
Join the project here