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Blog Archive: citizen science

[image] Community Scientists Help Wasatch Wildlife Watch

Community Scientists Help Wasatch Wildlife Watch

Trail camera images are documenting the wildlife all around us.
[image] Citizen Science and Digital Transcription in the time of COVID

Citizen Science and Digital Transcription in the time of COVID

Volunteers are helping to transcribe scientific information, including hand-written field notes, paper catalogues, specimen labels, and more.
[image] Five Surprising Discoveries Made With iNaturalist

Five Surprising Discoveries Made With iNaturalist

There are still lost worlds to discover, and they may be as close as your yard or the city park.
[image] City Nature Challenge Highlights the Zoo in Your Backyard

City Nature Challenge Highlights the Zoo in Your Backyard

Programs like City Nature Challenge allow everyone to find the wonder of nature as close as their own home.
[image] Five Ways You Can Become a Citizen Scientist

Five Ways You Can Become a Citizen Scientist

All around the world, citizen scientists are collecting data, making discoveries, and exploring nature.
[image] Animals who have adapted to live with us

Animals who have adapted to live with us

More than just being our neighbors, synanthropes benefit from the habitats we build.
[image] Research Quest Inspires Students to Explore Utah's Wilderness

Research Quest Inspires Students to Explore Utah's Wilderness

A new Research Quest program focuses on dramatic changes in the Uinta Mountains.
[image] A Fuzzy Invader—Fox Squirrels in Utah

A Fuzzy Invader—Fox Squirrels in Utah

After introduction to the West over a century ago, fox squirrels have finally made their way to Utah.
[image] European Firebug Spreads in Utah

European Firebug Spreads in Utah

Have you spotted a European firebug?
[image] Bioblitzing with SLC Neighborhood Naturalists

Bioblitzing with SLC Neighborhood Naturalists

Citizens armed with smart phones are helping Salt Lake City parks and open space managers inventory species found on our shared urban spaces. It's a partnership we've developed with the city and we call it SLC Neighborhood Naturalists.