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Brian38

As a surveyor my job often takes me to places where nature is in control. Taking the road less traveled usually makes all the difference.

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Native Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Pacific Northwest
147 participants
173 spottings
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Native Edible and Medicinal ...

In the Pacific Northwest we have lots of native edible and medicinal plants in our lush environment. We have 3 ...

Waterfowl Of The Pacific Northwest
67 participants
60 spottings
Birds

Waterfowl Of The Pacific ...

The Waterfowl of the Pacific Northwest's project mission is to better understand the migration patterns of ...

Opisthobranchs & Nudibranchs of the World
349 participants
1,179 spottings
Other

Opisthobranchs & Nudibranchs of ...

Opistobranchs are a large and diverse group of marine gastropods. They include several types of sea slugs: sea ...

Flora of Florida
66 participants
1,122 spottings
Plants

Flora of Florida

Florida is the Land of Flowers is it not? Then perhaps it is time to prove it! From tropical representatives to ...

Florida's Flora & Fauna
247 participants
8,419 spottings
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Florida's Flora & Fauna

Become more aware of the need to conserve, preserve, and coexist with our wildlife and natural surroundings in ...

Carnivorous Plants of Florida
7 participants
40 spottings
Plants

Carnivorous Plants of Florida

Florida has a great variety of carnivorous plants. Carnivorous plants attract, capture, and digest prey as well as ...

Spirals in Nature - Midwestern US
247 participants
262 spottings
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Spirals in Nature - Midwestern US

This mission is dedicated to showcasing spiral patterns found in nature. Whether it be Fibonacci spiral patterns ...

Beach Discoveries of Southeast US
8 participants
88 spottings
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Beach Discoveries of Southeast US

Beach Discoveries! Anything that you find at the beach that can be Project Noah classified. I can only make this a ...

2019 Best Wildlife Photo - Species Interactions Special!
129 participants
621 spottings
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2019 Best Wildlife Photo - ...

We're calling for your best wildlife photos! The mission is for spottings submitted in 2019 fitting in our special ...

Gulf Coast Wildlife
135 participants
1,316 spottings
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Gulf Coast Wildlife

To identify and catalog the wide variety of life that lives along the Gulf Coast.

Shorebirds of the Gulf Coast
72 participants
440 spottings
Birds

Shorebirds of the Gulf Coast

Shorebirds (Charadriiformes) are mostly strong-flying birds of open country or open water, nesting on the ground ...

Florida's Lichens
10 participants
246 spottings
Fungi

Florida's Lichens

Please share your spottings of these under-appreciated life forms so others may learn about and enjoy the lichens ...

Symbiotic Relationships
998 participants
1,562 spottings
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Symbiotic Relationships

Symbiosis is close and often long-term interaction between different biological species. There are many example of ...

Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners
2,508 participants
3,367 spottings
Plants

Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners

Curious which vegetable varieties might grow best in your garden? Cornell researchers are, too. We compile ...

Monarch Migration
1,125 participants
660 spottings
Arthropods

Monarch Migration

Where have you seen a Monarch? Help document Monarch migration by posting photos of your spottings.

Snakes of the World
1,931 participants
4,736 spottings
Reptiles

Snakes of the World

A mission to document the beautiful snakes species from around the world.

Caterpillars and larvae of the World
654 participants
4,996 spottings
Arthropods

Caterpillars and larvae of the ...

There are many beautiful and unique larva forms such as caterpillars that we never even notice until they turn ...

Wild Orchids
174 participants
1,184 spottings
Plants

Wild Orchids

The ideal spotting would include a close up of the flower, a clear shot of the leaves, a picture of the whole ...

Forgotten Food Sources of the Pacific Northwest United States
174 participants
235 spottings
Plants

Forgotten Food Sources of the ...

From Cattails to Pokeweed, many of our available native food sources have been forgotten. In these tough ...

Mollusca
140 participants
1,232 spottings
Other

Mollusca

This Mission is the online repository of marine, fresh-water and terrestrial mollusks spotted by Project ...

1,002 participants
4,331 spottings
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Hunters & Animal Food Habits

This mission is to document the food habits of animals from all genera.

89 participants
751 spottings
Arthropods

Longhorn Beetles (Global)

This fascinating beetles belong to the family Cerambycidae are know as Longhorn Beetles, Long-horned Beetles or ...

931 participants
4,838 spottings
Plants

Trees of the World

A collection of trees and their characteristics worldwide.

656 participants
2,431 spottings
Arthropods

Jumping Spiders of the World

With cat like grace, agility and Teddy Bearish charms bellying their formidable predatory instincts, the jumping ...

10 participants
952 spottings
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Wild About Wetlands in Arkansas

Wetlands are an essential and often misunderstood ecosystem. They serve as a sponge to project our communities ...

9,377 participants
31,781 spottings
Plants

Flowers of North America

We want you to help us build a photo collection of flowers from around the world. Show us what flowers are ...

1,342 participants
4,010 spottings
Birds

Raptors of North America

Raptors (Birds of Prey - Eagles, Hawks, Falcons, Owls and Vultures) are found throughout North America - from the ...

699 participants
1,010 spottings
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Wildlife rescue & rehabilitation

Please share photos of wildlife in accredited sanctuaries and centers for animals rescued from situations ...

42 participants
39 spottings
Birds

Hawks and eagles of the North ...

Take any photos of hawks flying or on perches,take any photo's of eagles soaring above the water or in there nests.

8 participants
101 spottings
All

Wildlife in Grays harbor,Wa

Share pictures and identify wildlife from spotting's in areas of Grays harbor,Wa

2,518 participants
5,627 spottings
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The Color Blue

There are so many incredible animals in the color blue. However, at the same time, they are few when considering ...

164 participants
568 spottings
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Sea life of the Pacific ...

This is a mission dedicated to documenting the ocean life of the Cascadian bioregion, encompassing Oregon, British ...

70 participants
365 spottings
Birds

Birds of the Northwestern Coast

This mission is dedicated to help scientists track the species of birds that live along the Northwestern Coast. ...

1,325 participants
1,058 spottings
Mammals

Marine Mammals of the World

Marine mammals are a diverse group of 120 species of mammal that are primarily ocean-dwelling or depend on the ...

337 participants
467 spottings
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Identifying Animals Through ...

Where there is life, there is death. Death and decomposition are a natural and sometimes beautiful part of the ...

197 participants
5,315 spottings
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2018 Best Wildlife Photo

This mission is now terminated; please watch out for the new 2019 Best Wildlife Photo mission! We're calling again ...

172 participants
2,271 spottings
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Beauty of Decay

This mission is about showing the beauty of all kinds of decay processes which are usually the basis beginning of ...

5,729 participants
3,722 spottings
Mammals

Project Squirrel

Fox squirrels and grey squirrels are two of the most familiar species of wildlife in many neighborhoods and ...

2,893 participants
6,066 spottings
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Signs of Wildlife

If you look carefully, there are signs of wildlife everywhere. From subtle animal tracks and abandoned spider ...

39 participants
108 spottings
Arthropods

Arthropods parasitised by fungi

This mission was created to document the occurrence of parasitism of arthropod species by fungi.

3,793 participants
18,488 spottings
Arthropods

International Spider Survey

Spiders are air-breathing arthropods that have eight legs. The International Society of Arachnology is the ...

1,334 participants
16,612 spottings
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Global Flight

To create a magnificent collection of images of your favourite fliers. Not just birds, but bats, insects, even ...

122 participants
4,261 spottings
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Texas Wildlife Photographers

The mission of Texas Nature and Wildlife Photographers is to hunt down and capture nature and wildlife in Texas. ...

122 participants
4,261 spottings
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Texas Wildlife Photographers

The mission of Texas Nature and Wildlife Photographers is to hunt down and capture nature and wildlife in Texas. ...

247 participants
782 spottings
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Life and Mathematics

Life and mathematics are intimately implicated. And this relationship is visible now and then. If you see it, take ...

2,395 participants
12,247 spottings
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Nature in Yellow

It would be so interesting to see all the yellow flowers, fruits, insects, animals of the world.

346 participants
926 spottings
Arthropods

Marvelous Mantids of the World

Mantids are amazing insects! Unusual and alien looking. Considered good luck in some cultures, these predatory ...

12,593 participants
101,125 spottings
Birds

Birds of the World

There are over 10,000 living species of birds on the planet. They can be found in ecosystems across the globe, ...

5,792 participants
14,526 spottings
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The Color Red

The color red is a bold color that represents passion. We would like to create a collection of wildlife images ...

37 participants
368 spottings
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Wildlife of Washington state, ...

The purpose of this mission, is to document all of the wildlife in Washington state, as well as Oregon, and Idaho.

69 participants
78 spottings
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Invasive Species Documentation ...

Invasive species wreak havoc on the environment and disrupt native habitats and wildlife all over the world. It is ...

472 participants
5,029 spottings
Arthropods

Flies!

Flies are everywhere and quite frankly, I think they get a bad rap! Yes some can eat disgusting things, annoy you ...

4,864 participants
11,973 spottings
Arthropods

Global Dragonflies & Damselflies

Dragonflies and damselflies are agile insects of the order Odonata. With a worldwide distribution and over 5,000 ...

2,878 participants
38,908 spottings
Arthropods

Moths of the World

Moths? Yes: a world of sphinxes, hawks, owls, tigers, and scary eyes, all waiting for you outside your door. In ...

5,444 participants
3,260 spottings
Arthropods

The Lost Ladybug Project

Across North America ladybug species distribution is changing. We're asking you to join us in finding out where ...

305 participants
462 spottings
Other

Slime Molds

Mission for those slimy, but often beautifully colored molds that are often confused with fungi. Now a global ...

1,331 participants
2,148 spottings
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Eggs of the World

Nothing is more symbolic to life in this world than the egg. Like wildlife itself, eggs come in all shapes and ...

1,395 participants
10,722 spottings
Arthropods

Pollinating Insects of the World

Insects are the most important pollinators of flowering plants (Angiosperms). They are very valuable for humans, ...

607 participants
9,460 spottings
Arthropods

Beetles!

Beetles are the most diverse group of organisms on Earth. They are found on six continents in almost every ...

1,227 participants
2,168 spottings
Plants

Fall Into Phenology

Celebrate the Fall Equinox and help us reach our goal of 500 reported observations with Project BudBurst’s new ...

411 participants
4,863 spottings
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The Pacific Northwest Bioregion

The goal of this project is so fill out as many organisms as possible for the Pacific Northwest and create a ...

1,442 participants
3,525 spottings
Reptiles

Snakes of the United States - ...

Snakes play vital roles as mid- to top-level predators in our natural ecosystems but they are often very ...

49 participants
530 spottings
All

Flora and Fauna of Cascadia ...

An attempt to create a sort of virtual field guide for the vast expanse of Cascadia: Starting from SE Alaska, ...

8,352 participants
72,589 spottings
Arthropods

Butterflies & Moths of the World

Butterflies and Moths are insects of the order Lepidoptera. Their brilliant colors have inspired artistic ...

63 participants
518 spottings
Arthropods

Moths and Butterflies of the ...

To record the present population of moths and butterflies in the outdoors of the Pacific Northwest region of North ...

1,119 participants
5,635 spottings
Plants

Fruiting Bodies of the World

This mission is about mapping all the different kinds of fruiting bodies around the world. This doesn't ...

1,352 participants
5,494 spottings
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Mimetic Animals of the World

One of the most striking survival strategies of animals is mimicking their environment. Mimetism can be used for ...

1,126 participants
9,370 spottings
Reptiles

Reptiles of the World

To document reptiles found around the world.

21 participants
55 spottings
Reptiles

Reptiles of The Pacific Northwest

This mission is a place for people to share their awesome spottings of reptiles found in the Pacific Northwest!

271 participants
1,545 spottings
Fungi

Lichens

Lichens are the symbiotic union of a fungus with either a green alga or a cyanobacteria. They are very different ...

5,922 participants
27,947 spottings
Fungi

Mushroom Mapping

Mushroom ecology is a pivotal orientation point for exploring urban systems. Help us gather important data and ...

198 participants
4,265 spottings
Fungi

Fungus in America

Discover varieties of fungus of the region.

2,455 participants
11,934 spottings
All

Captive Animals

While we are all so focused on animals in nature, we ignore the fact theres wildlife in our own zoos. edit: I ...

247 participants
6,476 spottings
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2017 Best Wildlife Photo

We're calling for your best wildlife photos! This mission is open to all members from all over the world and will ...

234 participants
986 spottings
Plants

Wild Flowers of the Pacific ...

This mission is designed to encompass the vast diversity of wild flowers in the Pacific Northwest from British ...

108 participants
135 spottings
Plants

Pacific North West Plant Medicine

My goal is to document wild plants used for medicine in the Pacific North West region of the United States.

3,421 participants
40,687 spottings
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Mission WILD

The WILD Foundation works to protect & interconnect at least half of the planet’s land & water to sustain the ...

31 participants
597 spottings
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Wild Arkansas

If it creeps, crawls, flies, swims, slithers, scampers, or grows in the Natural State, include it here.

49 participants
458 spottings
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Backyard Wildlife Around the ...

Tweets & Tree Frogs is an educational organization that explores backyard wildlife. We define "backyard wildlife" ...

9 participants
142 spottings
Arthropods

Butterflies and Moths of Arkansas

A place to post photos of butterflies and moths you take. Also help with Identifying them.

75 participants
42 spottings
Plants

Poisonous Plants of the Pacific ...

To gather photos and information about the poisonous plants and fungi in the Pacific Northwest. It's good to know ...

70 participants
879 spottings
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Pacific Northwest Wildlife

Dedicated to all the spectacular wildlife of the great Northwest United States. A wildlife enthusiast's paradise, ...

39 participants
400 spottings
Arthropods

Pacific Northwest: Arthropod ...

Submit your pictures of our Pacific Northwest's Insects; their nests, eggs, larvae, and adults.

2,879 participants
8,749 spottings
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Nests, hives, bowers, webs & ...

This mission is to document the incredible architectural abilities of animals from all genera.

27 participants
339 spottings
Plants

Mosses, Liverworts, and Lichens ...

To compile a collection of non-vascular plants and lichens occurring within the Puget Sound eco-region.

48 participants
166 spottings
Fungi

Puget Sound Mushrooms

With a good group of photographers and catalogers we can take a little bit of the guess work out of the mushroom ...

205 participants
949 spottings
Birds

Birds of the Pacific North West

Help document all species of birds in flight, from the tiny hummingbirds to the huge wandering albatrosses.