Publish & Share Wildlife Photographs
Publish your favorite wildlife photographs of organisms in their natural habitat. Share these photos with the Project Noah global community.
Whether sharing thoughts about a spotting, reflections on the moment, wildlife features or a species identification, your wildlife observations are entirely your own.
Craft a Nature Journal
As you share nature photos, craft a multimedia journal to reflect your personal connection with nature. Only you can bring a voice to this special connection.
Wildlife Journal Spottings from Ranger Scott Frazier
Learn about Wildlife
Learn about wildlife from experts in our community and your favorite wildlife spotters. The spirit of Project Noah is to embrace the joy of discovery and the learning process. If you would like assistance identifying your spottings, Rangers and the broader Noah community are here to help with species suggestions!
Project Noah publishes weekly wildlife facts across social media! Each week, our popular Facebook Page shares high-quality educational content on nature and wildlife. Here is a weekly wildlife post about a Geometer Moth from India.
A Global Community of People who Wildlife
Project Noah has grown into a global community of people passionate about wildlife conservation and preserving biodiveristy. Our community comes from over 150 countries and has contributed well over a million geotagged global wildlife photographs.
Whether you are a newbie, student, in college, a seasoned naturalist or a scientist, we welcome you into our community with open arms! We only ask you have an interest in preserving the natural world and a curiosity to learn.
Make new naturalist friends and follow your favorite wildlife photographers from around the world!
In addition to ProjectNoah.org, our community also stays connected across social media:
- Project Noah Facebook Page
- Project Noah Worldwide Facebook Group
- Project Noah Twitter
- Project Noah Instagram
The Project Noah Story
Project Noah is an award-winning software platform designed to help people connect with the natural world and learn about wildlife.
Launched out of NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program in early 2010, the project began as an experiment to mobilize citizen scientists and build a digital butterfly net for the 21st century. The original Project Noah platform was founded by Yasser Ansari, Martin Ceperley, Peter Horvath, and Bruno Kruse with support from New York University and the Joan Ganz Conney Center.
Project Noah enables amateurs and professionals alike to create and share multimedia nature journals. Our community is harnessing the power of new mobile technologies to collect important ecological data and help preserve global biodiversity.
The Project Noah community includes 350,000+ nature journals, 825,000+ wildlife spottings and 1.5 million+ geotagged wildlife photographs.
Join Project Noah and become a Citizen Scientist!
- Learn about wildlife and how to identify species
- Follow your favorite naturalists and wildlife spotters
- Create and publish your own multimedia nature journal
- Connect with experts from around the world who offer helpful descriptions on your spottings
By developing tools to help the public share their encounters with nature, we are building a powerful force for crowdsourcing ecological data collection and an important educational tool for wildlife awareness. We hope you’ll support us on this mission by joining Project Noah today!
Project Noah has been honored to receive the following awards:
- WSIS Prizes: 2017 champion in e-science category
- World Summit Award: 2013 winner in mobile e-learning category
- Cooney Prize in Innovation in Children’s Learning
Project Noah is actively looking to connect with Sponsors to help support our platform. We would love to work with environmentally conscious businesses, educational institutions, non-for-profit organizations and foundations. With 825,000+ geotagged wildlife spottings worldwide, Project Noah is one of the largest citizen science platforms in the world. Please email us to begin a discussion: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Sarill, Director
Michael Sarill leads product development and partnerships for Project Noah. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy from Brown University in 2006 and engaged in the Beahrs Environmental Leadership Program at UC Berkeley in 2016. Michael is incredibly passionate about wildlife, biodiversity and exploring ways for people to live in harmony with nature. Prior to Project Noah, he built a popular wildlife game called Baboon. Michael's early career began in digital where he managed product development for an online investing community at The Motley Fool. He also worked at a digital agency in NYC where he built up skills in website development and online marketing.