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Nature Challenge

A photo of Evan Goh making an iNaturalist observation, part of a nature challenge launched by the BC Parks Foundation this spring to gather one million photos showcasing the province’s biodiversity. The Big Nature Challenge aims to empower park users to become citizen scientists and collect photographic “observations” of plants, animals and natural features every time they visit a provincial park or protected area, to help build a database for researchers. And British Columbians are well on their way to reaching the one million mark, having uploaded over 976,000 observations via the Big Nature Challenge homepage and the iNaturalist app. To become a citizen scientist, visit bcparksfoundation.ca/inaturalist. Genevieve Reynolds photo

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