[Leps-l] [Dplex-L] iNat passes 100 million observations

Roger Kuhlman rkuhlman at hotmail.com
Mon Jun 20 22:36:45 EDT 2022

I wish we could sincerely say that biodiversity, native ecosystems, and natural habitats were doing well at least in America. However that would be a false claim. I believe that is real environmental and ecological story of substance.

Roger Kuhlman
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Subject: Re: [Leps-l] [Dplex-L] iNat passes 100 million observations

Great!  That’s exciting to hear!  iNat is really an invaluable resource and I enjoy being a part of the community:)

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On Jun 16, 2022, at 5:56 PM, Mike Quinn <entomike at gmail.com> wrote:

We’ve passed 100,000,000 verifiable observations on iNaturalist!

If you made 1,000 observations a day, every day, it would take you 274 years to generate 100 million observations.


Mike Quinn
Austin, TX

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