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HeidiEaton

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Spring Migration - Midwestern US
35 participants
116 spottings
Birds

Spring Migration - Midwestern US

Spring Migration of birds and other species Several birds migrate back to their home in the spring, the ...

Signs of Wildlife
2,888 participants
6,045 spottings
All

Signs of Wildlife

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

Jumping Spiders of the World
650 participants
2,373 spottings
Arthropods

Jumping Spiders of the World

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

North American Bat Tracker
102 participants
140 spottings
All

North American Bat Tracker

We want to know where bats are and what they're doing! North American bats are under tremendous pressure from ...

Bat Monitoring Project
862 participants
497 spottings
Mammals

Bat Monitoring Project

The Bat Conservancy is an international non-profit organization dedicated to protecting biological diversity ...

Beetles (and kin) of the Southeastern US
83 participants
235 spottings
Arthropods

Beetles (and kin) of the ...

A mission to collect spottings of beetles, and their kin (stink bugs, shield bugs, etc.) from the South Eastern US

Plants of the South East, USA
118 participants
1,733 spottings
Plants

Plants of the South East, USA

There are so many plants in the south east of the USA. On this mission we will try to take pictures of a few of ...

Odonata (Dragonflies) of the Southeast US
63 participants
249 spottings
Arthropods

Odonata (Dragonflies) of the ...

This mission is designed to document the odonata; dragonflies and damselflies of the Southeastern US.

The Hoppers
829 participants
4,023 spottings
Arthropods

The Hoppers

This is not for jumping organisms! This mission is focusing on the Auchenorrhyncha suborder (Free-living ...

California Coastal Wildlife Watch
947 participants
2,968 spottings
All

California Coastal Wildlife Watch

Around the world, coastal ecosystems are known for their unique wildlife. From sea birds to native plant life, ...

Global Dragonflies & Damselflies
4,853 participants
11,910 spottings
Arthropods

Global Dragonflies & Damselflies

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

WILD Cities: Urban Biodiversity
7,117 participants
42,326 spottings
All

WILD Cities: Urban Biodiversity

Millions of city-dwellers walk their local streets every day, but many overlook the multitude of animals and ...

Birds of the World
12,581 participants
100,366 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, ...

Snakes of the United States - Center for Snake Conservation
1,441 participants
3,518 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 ...

Front Range Life of Colorado
50 participants
1,022 spottings
All

Front Range Life of Colorado

Help document the plentiful life of the Rocky Mountains on the Front Range.

Wasps of Colorado
38 participants
153 spottings
Arthropods

Wasps of Colorado

Please make sure your spotting is of an actual wasp, and not a fly, moth, true bug, or other insect that *mimics* ...

Beetles!
600 participants
9,240 spottings
Arthropods

Beetles!

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

The Lost Ladybug Project
5,438 participants
3,246 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 ...

Birds in New Jersey
60 participants
177 spottings
Birds

Birds in New Jersey

See what wild birds live all around new jersey!

Urban Biodiversity of Colorado
46 participants
249 spottings
All

Urban Biodiversity of Colorado

Living in the state of Colorado means that we have such a rich opportunity to observe, engage, and interact with ...

Butterflies & Moths of the World
8,329 participants
71,570 spottings
Arthropods

Butterflies & Moths of the World

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

Snakes of the Southwest
60 participants
279 spottings
Reptiles

Snakes of the Southwest

The American Southwest: Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Utah - is home to a great diversity of ...

Flowers in  the Rocky Mountains - UT, CO, WY
139 participants
670 spottings
Plants

Flowers in the Rocky Mountains ...

Flowers of the Lower Rocky Mountains native and introduced. There are many varieties, give your best description ...

Rocky Mountain Wildlife Watch
137 participants
1,161 spottings
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Rocky Mountain Wildlife Watch

The Rocky Mountains stretch more than 3,000 miles from the northernmost part of British Columbia, Canada, to New ...

Raptors of North America
1,339 participants
3,990 spottings
Birds

Raptors of North America

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

Colorado's Feathered Friends
81 participants
694 spottings
Birds

Colorado's Feathered Friends

My Grandmother always shared her love for birds with me, and I have come to love them myself. I especially like ...

Colorado Springs Critters
26 participants
399 spottings
All

Colorado Springs Critters

Documents local fauna of the "Springs" and nearby.