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Goutweed

This organism, or rather patch of the same (or similar) organisms, was found in the North Woods of Central Park. Rocks, larger plants like trees, and mosses were also found in the vicinity of this organism. This plant was growing in a sort of valley-like area, and there was a puddle just a few feet away.

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iNaturalist Help / Getting Started / Links

If you are a new iNat user or just want a refresher, here are a few links to pages you might find useful:

Getting Started Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
iNaturalist Forum
iNaturalist Blog

Visit this Link to Identify Observations in this Project.

Feel free message me @naturebugs with any questions about this Project or iNaturalist.

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Espécies e famílias prioritárias para observação e identificação na Lousã

Tentemos identificar espécies referidas na Lista Vermelha da Flora Vascular em Portugal [1] e que possam ocorrer na Lousã. Os grupos ecológios/geográficos mais relevantes (página 66) serão os seguintes, mais ou menos por ordem decrescente de relevância:

  • p.146 Serras do Centro
  • p.157 Bosques e galerias ripícolas (Noroeste e Centro)
  • p.122 Serras do Noroeste
  • p.83 Bosques e galerias ripícolas (Beira interior)
  • p.98 Lameiros e outros prados
  • p.105 Grandes vales mediterrânicos
Eis algumas espécies em perigo ainda presentes nessas regiões, nomeadamente perto da Lousã ou em locais com caraterísticas semelhantes:
  • Adenocarpus argyrophyllus
  • Allium ericetorum
  • Anemone nemorosa
  • Arabis beirana
  • Asphodelus bento-rainhae
  • Avellara fistulosa
  • Berula erecta
  • Carex durieui
  • Cirsium pyrenaicum
  • Culcita macrocarpa
  • Dianthus laricifolius
  • Dryopteris carthusiana
  • Dryopteris guanchica
  • Eleocharis acicularis
  • Erysimum lagascae
  • Genista berberidea
  • Knautia nevadensis
  • Lilium martagon
  • Lycopodiella inundata
  • Lychnis flos-cuculi
  • Jurinea humilis
  • Menyanthes trifoliata
  • Monotropa hypopitys
  • Narcissus cyclamineus
  • Ranunculus henriquesii
  • Rosa rubiginosa
  • Palhinhaea cernua
  • Platanthera bifolia
  • Potentilla montana
  • Rhynchospora alba
  • Selinum broteri
  • Senecio doria
  • Senecio nemorensis
  • Sorbus aria
  • Sorbus latifolia (possivelmente já avistado entre o Freixo e Ceira dos Vales)
  • Succisa pinnatifida
  • Stachys palustris
  • Succisella carvalhoana
  • Taxus baccata
  • Thymelaea broteriana
  • Valeriana dioica
  • Valeriana montana
  • Vandenboschia speciosa
  • Vicia orobus
  • Viscum album
  • Woodwardia radicans

[Em elaboração: a começar página 83]

[1] https://listavermelha-flora.pt/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Lista_Vermelha_Flora_Vascular_Portugal_Continental_2020_versao_digital.pdf

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Welcome to the Portland NPSO Chapter’s May BioBlitz.

Thank you for joining our effort to track the phenology of wildflowers in the Portland Vancouver area. With all of the beautiful flowers that are already out in April it is hard to wait to open the project. Keep watching, we may decide to open it a week early.

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April 16, 2021, Spring Migration Update

April 10 - Tundra Swans have started coming over and landing at the mouth of the river - big flocks, Male/Female Canvasback at Point, Kildeer by the government/public boat launch on the ice and then saw 3 Kildeers at the weir
April 11 - Bald Eagle snatched a female Common Goldeneye from the side of the river, then went to the top of the beaver hut to devour the bird. Happened around 4:45 pm
April 12 - First American Coot seen, came out when at the beaver hut on the side of the river by where the Bald Eagles perch
Yellowleg landed on the other side, not sure if Lesser or Greater - guessing Greater
April 13 at the Point - 77 swans counted - mixed, Tundra and Trumpeter, lots of ducks - Mallards, Northern Pintails, Common Goldeneyes, Bufflehead, Green-winged Teals, American Widgeons
April 14 at the Point - first Red-necked Grebe spotted
Blue Heron flew over the Old Smith Highway bridge to the weir - first one spotted
April 15 - Old Smith Highway bridge to weir - Canvasbacks and a Red-headed Duck

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Beach Cleanup Not Cancelled in most places

Hey guys, just a reminder that our beach cleanup is today, and it’s rain or shine. The only reason we cancel is if there would be danger getting here or danger being here, such as thunder. Here at Baffin Bay, the site is still accessible and we have no thunder, just gonna be wet and rainy, so we will be there. Have a great day, stay safe out there!

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Deadly virus in rabbits threatens to upend some Western ecosystems.

Since March of last year, government labs have confirmed cases across the West, with the epicenter in the Southwest and Southern California.

https://amp.desertsun.com/amp/7207466002

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В преддверии 2021 года

Уважаемые коллеги (@albinapavlowa, @alenka_timofeeva, @anastasia__sokolova, @angelinaguryanova, @anna-sinichkina, @annvesna, @elizavetakuryshova, @esinm, @eugenelsaransk, @fedascheva, @irina_astashkina, @irinaber, @karpova, @konusovadasha, @kristina_kachanova, @mariatyapuhina, @marinakrygina, @maximryzhov, @mirahunter, @nastya_bar2001, @nastyakalinkina, @nastyakochetkova, @obruchnikova99, @olga_ignatyeva_206, @pankova_l, @regina_kadikina, @sergilus, @shvetsova, @sorokina_tanya23, @vadim98, @yaroslav_otryaskin, @zavaryckina_anastasia)!

 

Близится, а местами также началась, вегетация растений в Республике Мордовия. Большинство из Вас активно участвовало в сборе материалов по распространению растений в Мордовии с помощью инструментов iNaturalist. Я очень рассчитываю, что и в этом году вы сможете поучаствовать в этом!

Пожалуйста, выйдите со мной на связь через комментарии к посту, email (hapugin88@yandex.ru), WhatsApp/Viber (+79510574935) или сообщения на платформе iNaturalist, и сообщите, есть ли у Вас желание и возможность поработать в том же направлении в 2021 году? Имеется также несколько видов, поиску которых можно посвятить особенное внимание. Они могут стать новыми видами для региона и стать объектами специальных научных исследований.

В общем, жду ответов!

 

С уважением,

Анатолий Александрович Хапугин (@hapugin88)
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Updated list of obligate wetland plants April 2021

Hi to all members of this project, thank you to those of you that joined when this project was first created, we are finally getting active!

You might have noticed a change in the species list, the list has been updated thanks to Dr Erwin Sieben (UKZN) and Hlengiwe Mtshali (SANBI) to represent a current master list of obligate (always found in wetland conditions) wetland plant species for South Africa.
We acknowledge that a small number of species on the current list may be considered to be riverine or riparian, and we may split into multiple lists in the future.

We welcome feedback within this journal on your observations from the field, especially if you have recommendations for additions or subtractions from the list.

Related to this, we are considering requesting additional information tags such as hydroperiod (temporary, seasonal, permanent) and substrate (peat/organic, sand, clay, other) as this will help to confirm or expand understanding of the narrow or wide habitat preferences of our wetland plants.

Thanks so much! Nancy

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San Antonio Valley and Mount Hamilton - 4/16/2021

I finally spent a day driving around San Antonio Valley, and it truly was lovely. Probably not the best year for the carpets of flowers I've heard about, and I think it was a on the early side for some interesting plants. But the Oaks were glowing, and the further in I went, the more flowers. Which was interesting, since I expected more in the lower, grassy hillsides outside of Livermore in mid-April, but very few there. Instead, the higher elevations were much more floral, when I expected them to be much further behind. I saw several species in particular on the west side of Mt. Hamilton in bloom already, that were at the same stage in early May last year.

One star of the show was Buckbrush, which really went off this year in Sierra Azul, and is totally going off around Mt Hamilton now, brightly punctuating the chaparral, and intoxicatingly scenting the breeze. Some nice fields of goldfields and smaller areas of poppies in the valleys. But my main interest was checking out some of the burned area, of which there was much, hill after hill both blackened and occasionally greening, including a lot of stump sprouting. As I've seen elsewhere, one of the main plants that seem to be thriving in the burnt understory are Claytonia, and some others were present too, although many still in their infancy. Another treat was seeing more Blazing Stars than I ever have. Maybe they're always there in at least that density, or maybe they got a boost from the fires. Too bad so much of this drive is past fences, through "private property", one of the worst ideas to ever taint human relation to land.

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Watering

Today each plot was watered (5 minutes each).

The Phacelia that has gone to seed is already starting to decline and fall over.

There are lots of brown leaves in the Achillea 'Sonoma Coast', maybe not enough water?

It's interesting that the filler seeds didn't necessarily stay in the plot where I spread them! I'm finding Lupine bicolor in Plant Mix 1, where I thought had only spread Achillea seeds, and there is no yarrow growing in Plant Mix 2 where I had broadcasted the Lupine.

The bittercress, which was the most prevalent weed in the beginning of the year is now mostly gone. There is still a lot of chickweed.

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15k

Hey, we broke 15k observations today. Keep it up you all.

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FJ6 FIELD OBSERVATION

Date: April 8, 2021
Observation Period: 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: Saint Michael's College Natural Area, Essex/Colchester, VT
Weather: 68 degrees F, mostly cloudy, Wind: 8 mph, NW
Habitat: Walking Trail through wetlands, forest and fields encompassing Winooski riverfront, pond, and an open space compost area.

I chose Saint Michael's College Natural Area for an outing after learning from ebird of a possible nest site for a Pileated Woodpecker. After patiently observing the snag and area for a while, I saw evidence of a Pileated Woodpecker, but, unfortunately, I did not see a Pileated Woodpecker.

One interesting observation on this visit was three Turkey Vultures perched in a tree at the compost area. Generally, Turkey Vultures are most often seen aloft, foraging over open areas for carrion by sight and smell as far as one mile away. They return to Vermont in late March and early April after wintering in the Southeastern United States. I wondered where they nested in our area. I found a record for a documented nest site for a Black Vulture, but with a cursory check I was not able to find nesting observations for Turkey Vulture. Nest sites may be caves, ledges on cliffs, hollow logs or trees, dense shrubbery, abandoned hawk nests or deserted buildings. Vermont Atlas of Life documented Vermont's first recorded nest containing two eggs found in early June of 1983 in northwestern Franklin County. It is reported that nests are located mostly by accident.

Species List:
1 Eastern Phoebe
1 American Robin
2 Black-capped Chickadee
1 Red-winged Blackbird
1 Canada Goose
2 Common Raven
1 Hairy Woodpecker
1 Downy Woodpecker
2 Song Sparrow
1 White-breasted Nuthatch
1 Red-bellied Woodpecker
1 Northern Cardinal
3 Turkey Vulture
4 American Crow

http://val.vtecostudies.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/turkey-vulture.pdf
https://bie.vtatlasoflife.org/species/2481930#overview

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FALTAM 2 SEMANAS PARA O DESAFIO MUNDIAL DA NATUREZA URBANA 2021

Car@s escoteir@s,
Estamos há 2 semanas do início do evento em 30 de abril.
É chegada a hora de se programar e planejar onde, quando e quantas observações você irá fazer.

O Desafio começa no primeiro minuto (00:01) de sexta-feira dia 30 de abril, e já podemos aproveitar a noite para tirar fotos de organismos noturnos como mariposas, morcegos, entre outros.
Durante o dia as possibilidades de registros aumentam muito.

Seguem sugestões para suas Observações:

EM CASA no APARTAMENTO: borboletas, mariposas, aranhas, besouros, plantas diversas vivas com flores, sementes e/ou frutos, etc...
Não esqueça dos pássaros e aves avistados da janela, uma diversão criada a partir do confinamento.
Um observador de aves em São Paulo, chegou a fazer registro de 50 diferentes espécies da janela em um mês.

É possível também colocar comedouros e bebedouros, para atrair organismos diversos.

CAMINHADA MATINAL: Explore o seu Jardim ou leve o celular para fotografar plantas e animais em sua caminhada matinal.
Será uma caminhada ou corrida mais curta com muitas paradas, por uma boa causa.

NO TRABALHO, NA ESCOLA, ou OUTRO LUGAR: Procure organismos para serem fotografados. Plantas são fáceis de achar e alguns animais também. Mas é preciso procurar!

VISITA A PARQUES, PRAIAS, ILHAS, UNIDADES DE CONSERVAÇÃO e/ou TRILHAS:
Se a pandemia permitir, visite uma área com alta biodiversidade, na qual você irá fazer dezenas de registros sem parar. kkkkk

Outra sugestão que trazemos é a de DEFINIR UMA META INDIVIDUAL de registros.

A título de CURIOSIDADE:
1) A Cidade do Cabo na África do Sul, campeã do Desafio em 2020, chegou a 34 mil registros em 4 dias! Lá participaram pouco mais de mil pessoas, com média de pouco mais de 30 registros por participantes, ou 8 registros por dia.
2) Já no Brasil, a disputa entre os iNaturalistas mais ativos no ano passado gerou os seguintes resultados:

O maior observador no Brasil, foi o Isaac de Rio Branco/AC, que teve 562 registros;
A campeã de espécies identificadas, foi a Renata de Manaus/AM, que teve 206 espécies;
O Rio não esteve na disputa. Será que teremos um(a) campeã(o) saindo da RH da Baía de Guanabara??
Bem, sugerimos uma meta de 10 REGISTROS POR DIA e de 40 a 50 registros no total. Cheque abaixo alguns exemplos de METAS PESSOAIS que organizadores estão adotando esse ano:

  • 10 observações e 5 espécies identificadas: METAS BAIXAS!
  • 40 observações e 20 espécies identificadas: METAS PADRÃO!
  • 240 observações e 80 espécies identificadas: METAS ALTAS!

O MAIS IMPORTANTE é participar, fazendo um, dois, três ou mais registros...
A grade maioria dos participantes fazem um a dois registros.
AJUDE A MUDAR ESTA ESTATÍSTICA!

Inclua as suas metas nos COMENTÁRIOS do boletim no site do projeto.
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/escoteiros-do-df-no-desafio-mundial-da-natureza-urbana-2021

DIVULGUE O EVENTO, CONVIDE AMIGOS QUE JÁ SABEM USAR O INATURALIST!

RECADO FINAL: Os registros devem ser feitos de 30 de abril a 03 de maio, mas podem ser inseridos até 09 de maio.

Quanto mais cedo você incluir seus registros maiores são as chances do organismo ser identificado por 2 ou mais inaturalistas OK!
Só você identificando NÃO É SUFICIENTE, sendo necessário pelo menos um outro inaturalista que confirme a sua identificação.

Nós da organização, assim como, VOCÊ, devemos REVER todas as nossas observações, assim como, as observações feitas na Região Hidrográfica da Baía de Guanabara entre os dias 4 e 9 de maio.
No dia 10 de maio será feita a coleta de dados final do evento, sendo gerados os números de observações/registros, espécies identificadas e participantes.
A compilação dos dados mais elaborada para cada cidade/região pode levar mais de uma semana.

Sempre Alerta
Eric Fischer

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10 Fantastic Experiences Happening At California National Parks This Week.

April 17 is one of six free days offered every year in the park system
April 18 is Volunteers In Parks (VIP) Day, which highlights the important roles of volunteers in the parks
April 19 is Military Monday, an appreciation of active-duty and veteran members of the military
April 20 is Transformation Tuesday, exploring how the parks have changed over the years
April 21 is Wayback Wednesday, featuring the way parks preserve history and culture
On April 22, the NPS joins the rest of the world in celebrating Earth Day

https://amp.travelawaits.com/2563380/california-national-parks-events-national-park-week/

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10 Fantastic Experiences Happening At California National Parks This Week.

April 17 is one of six free days offered every year in the park system
April 18 is Volunteers In Parks (VIP) Day, which highlights the important roles of volunteers in the parks
April 19 is Military Monday, an appreciation of active-duty and veteran members of the military
April 20 is Transformation Tuesday, exploring how the parks have changed over the years
April 21 is Wayback Wednesday, featuring the way parks preserve history and culture
On April 22, the NPS joins the rest of the world in celebrating Earth Day

https://amp.travelawaits.com/2563380/california-national-parks-events-national-park-week/

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10 Fantastic Experiences Happening At California National Parks This Week.

April 17 is one of six free days offered every year in the park system
April 18 is Volunteers In Parks (VIP) Day, which highlights the important roles of volunteers in the parks
April 19 is Military Monday, an appreciation of active-duty and veteran members of the military
April 20 is Transformation Tuesday, exploring how the parks have changed over the years
April 21 is Wayback Wednesday, featuring the way parks preserve history and culture
On April 22, the NPS joins the rest of the world in celebrating Earth Day

https://amp.travelawaits.com/2563380/california-national-parks-events-national-park-week/

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10 Fantastic Experiences Happening At California National Parks This Week.

April 17 is one of six free days offered every year in the park system
April 18 is Volunteers In Parks (VIP) Day, which highlights the important roles of volunteers in the parks
April 19 is Military Monday, an appreciation of active-duty and veteran members of the military
April 20 is Transformation Tuesday, exploring how the parks have changed over the years
April 21 is Wayback Wednesday, featuring the way parks preserve history and culture
On April 22, the NPS joins the rest of the world in celebrating Earth Day

https://amp.travelawaits.com/2563380/california-national-parks-events-national-park-week/

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Drangonflies!

first 2 spotted at Minooka Park today, didn't get a photo but a larger species.

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Duplicando observações ou separando uma com múltiplos organismos

Use os sinais "maior" e "menor" na linha de base para movimentar os slides.

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Desafio Mundial da Natureza Urbana 2021

Car@s amig@s,
Estamos há 2 semanas do início do evento em 30 de abril.
É chegada a hora de se programar e planejar onde, quando e quantas observações você irá fazer.

O Desafio começa no primeiro minuto (00:01) de sexta-feira dia 30 de abril, e já podemos aproveitar a noite para tirar fotos de organismos noturnos como mariposas, morcegos, entre outros.
Durante o dia as possibilidades de registros aumentam muito.

Seguem sugestões para suas Observações:

EM CASA no APARTAMENTO: borboletas, mariposas, aranhas, besouros, plantas diversas vivas com flores, sementes e/ou frutos, etc...
Não esqueça dos pássaros e aves avistados da janela, uma diversão criada a partir do confinamento.
Um observador de aves em São Paulo, chegou a fazer registro de 50 diferentes espécies da janela em um mês.

É possível também colocar comedouros e bebedouros, para atrair organismos diversos.

CAMINHADA MATINAL: Explore o seu Jardim ou leve o celular para fotografar plantas e animais em sua caminhada matinal.
Será uma caminhada ou corrida mais curta com muitas paradas, por uma boa causa.

NO TRABALHO, NA ESCOLA, ou OUTRO LUGAR: Procure organismos para serem fotografados. Plantas são fáceis de achar e alguns animais também. Mas é preciso procurar!

VISITA A PARQUES, PRAIAS, ILHAS, UNIDADES DE CONSERVAÇÃO e/ou TRILHAS:
Se a pandemia permitir, visite uma área com alta biodiversidade, na qual você irá fazer dezenas de registros sem parar. kkkkk

Outra sugestão que trazemos é a de DEFINIR UMA META INDIVIDUAL de registros.

A título de CURIOSIDADE:
1) A Cidade do Cabo na África do Sul, campeã do Desafio em 2020, chegou a 34 mil registros em 4 dias! Lá participaram pouco mais de mil pessoas, com média de pouco mais de 30 registros por participantes, ou 8 registros por dia.
2) Já no Brasil, a disputa entre os iNaturalistas mais ativos no ano passado gerou os seguintes resultados:

  • O maior observador no Brasil, foi o Isaac de Rio Branco/AC, que teve 562 registros;
  • A campeã de espécies identificadas, foi a Renata de Manaus/AM, que teve 206 espécies;
  • O Rio não esteve na disputa. Será que teremos um(a) campeã(o) saindo da RH da Baía de Guanabara??
Bem, sugerimos uma meta de 10 REGISTROS POR DIA e de 40 a 50 registros no total. Cheque abaixo alguns exemplos de METAS PESSOAIS que organizadores estão adotando esse ano:
  • adaurisouza: 10 observações e 5 espécies identificadas: METAS BAIXAS!
  • tayana_louzada: 40 observações e 20 espécies identificadas: METAS PADRÃO!
  • ericfischerrempe: 240 observações e 80 espécies identificadas: METAS ALTAS!
  • diogoLuiz: 400 observações e 150 espécies identificadas: MEGA METAS!
O MAIS IMPORTANTE é participar, fazendo um, dois, três ou mais registros...
  • A grade maioria dos participantes fazem um a dois registros.

AJUDE A MUDAR ESTA ESTATÍSTICA!

(Inclua as suas metas nos COMENTÁRIOS deste boletim)

DIVULGUE O EVENTO, CONVIDE AMIGOS QUE JÁ SABEM USAR O INATURALIST!

RECADO FINAL: Os registros devem ser feitos de 30 de abril a 03 de maio, mas podem ser inseridos até 09 de maio.

Quanto mais cedo você incluir seus registros maiores são as chances do organismo ser identificado por 2 ou mais inaturalistas OK!
Só você identificando NÃO É SUFICIENTE, sendo necessário pelo menos um outro inaturalista que confirme a sua identificação.

Nós da organização, assim como, VOCÊ, devemos REVER todas as nossas observações, assim como, as observações feitas na Região Hidrográfica da Baía de Guanabara entre os dias 4 e 9 de maio.
No dia 10 de maio será feita a coleta de dados final do evento, sendo gerados os números de observações/registros, espécies identificadas e participantes.
A compilação dos dados mais elaborada para cada cidade/região pode levar mais de uma semana.

Atenciosamente,
Instituto Baía de Guanabara

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Friday 4/16 - South side

Nice walk with Cynthia this morning. The road crew was laying down fresh asphalt on another section today.
My half of our joint report:
10 newts (only 2 even vaguely fresh)
1 Variable Checkerspot butterfly
0 weirdos
Have a nice weekend everyone.

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City Nature Challenge 2021 General Information and Bioblitz Dates and Locations

The City Nature Challenge (CNC) is an international effort to get people outside to document their local biodiversity. Over the course of four days, citizen scientists around the world will log as many observations of the natural world as they can. Then experts will help to identify those observations to see how many different species were documented.

CNC takes place in two parts:
April 30 - May 3: Taking pictures of wild plants and animals
May 4 - May 9: Identifying what was found

CNC was started in 2016 by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and the California Academy of Sciences as a competition between LA and San Francisco. Since then, it’s grown to include more than 400 cities, in more than 40 countries, across six continents! This is the first year that Sarasota and Manatee counties are participating in CNC, through Marie Selby Botanical Gardens’ Sarasota Manatee EcoFlora Project. We are partnering with The Nature Conservancy in Orlando to host a friendly competition among several Florida metro areas and we’re calling on everyone to participate!

Who should participate?

YOU! You don’t need to be a professional photographer, botanist, or naturalist to be a helpful citizen scientist. All you need is a smartphone or GPS-enabled camera, a free iNaturalist account, and a willingness to get out and explore! Our team, and the iNaturalist community, will help you with troubleshooting, photo tips, and species identification. Anyone can participate but only observations made in Sarasota or Manatee counties will contribute to this challenge!

Why should you participate?

There is nature all around us, even in our cities! Let’s get to know the plants and animals living around us in Sarasota and Manatee counties. Through documenting the species we have, we’ll discover what we need to protect. When you participate in in the CNC, you will learn more about nature in your area AND make our cities a better place for all species. And let’s not forget, it’s FUN and EASY to participate!

How to Participate

Join the project on iNaturalist, by creating a free account and searching for the City Nature Challenge Sarasota and Manatee Counties project. From April 30 to May 3, log as many observations as you can. Spread the word and encourage others to participate as well. It’s as easy as finding wildlife, taking a picture, and sharing!

Bioblitzes During the Challenge:

Friday April 30th

  • Phillipi Estate Park Bioblitz 9AM-12PM hosted by Sarasota County Parks and Services
  • South Lido Beach Bioblitz 9AM-12PM hosted by Sarasota County Parks and Services
Saturday May 1st
  • Potter Park Bioblitz 9AM-12PM hosted by Marie Selby Botanical Gardens and the Sarasota Manatee EcoFlora Project
  • Johnson Preserve Bioblitz 9AM-11AM hosted by the Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast and Manatee County Parks and Recreation
Sunday May 2nd To Be Announced! Monday May 3rd
  • Rye Preserve Bioblitz 9AM-12PM hosted by Marie Selby Botanical Gardens and the Sarasota Manatee EcoFlora Project

Note we will be updating this list daily as more bioblitzes are added so check back soon! Be sure to dress for the weather, and bring water, sunscreen, bug repellant, and any other gear you may need for hiking in nature.

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A personal project is required for Texas Master Naturalist volunteer training. This collective iNaturalist project will support that project by recording observations on the property chosen for the project.

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165-Informatie over Hommels en Bijen Pollinators

Wilde Bijen Deventer

  1. https://www.wildebijen.nl/wildebijen.html
  2. http://www.denederlandsebijen.nl/
  3. https://www.nederlandsesoorten.nl/linnaeus_ng/app/views/species/nsr_taxon.php?id=161639
  4. https://waarneming.nl/species/search/
  5. http://www.wildbienen.de/
  6. http://www.atlashymenoptera.net/default.aspx
  7. http://www2.pms-lj.si/andrej/bees.htm
  8. https://www.biolib.cz/en/gallery/dir388/
  9. https://www.bwars.com/category/taxonomic-hierarchy/bee
  10. https://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/bombus/key_british_colour.html
  11. https://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/#Hymenoptera
  12. http://www.ahw.me/indexbijen.html
  13. https://www.flickr.com/photos/63075200@N07/collections/72157631518508520/

Jaarverslag 2020 met informatie over hommels

https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/79c0a573-1da7-4411-8be6-38eeaaeb875f.pdf
  1. Jaarverslag 2019 met informatie over hommels
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/d7b4a2ed-7255-4acb-9d8c-4f0741f05aec.pdf

  2. Jaarverslag 2018 met Libellen en Dagvlinders
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/78feb48d-b459-40ea-b384-9cc5e1031f05.pdf

  3. A Photographic Guide
    BUTTERFLIES of Central Europe & Britain
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/0b095bc2-0387-4785-9f7e-5f7a987b3468.pdf

  4. De bijen en dagvlinders van Overijssel: trends, karakteristieke soorten en belangrijke gebieden
    https://www.eis-nederland.nl/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?command=core_download&entryid=749&language=nl-NL&PortalId=4&TabId=563

  5. Michener, 2007 The Bees of the World.pdf
    https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a849d4c8dd041c9c07a8e4c/t/5ad3bc968a922d44a4728936/1523825933048/Michener+2007+The+Bees+of+the+World.pdf

  6. Vosje vliegt graag op (aal)bes
    Sachembijen zitten op longkruid (en andere ruwbladigen)

    Soort bepaal je op waardplant, kleur, grootte, vliegtijd

  7. Goede plekken voor hommels:
    Grebbedijk, Uiterwaarden,
    -VlinderIdylle
    -Werk aan de Uitweg
    -Onderaan de Wageningse berg
    -Arboretum bovenop de berg

  1. https://www.bestuivers.nl/rodelijst
  2. https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/natuur-en-biodiversiteit/bescherming-bijen-en-andere-bestuivers
  3. https://www.bestuivers.nl/wilde-bijen/herkenning-en-determinatie
  4. https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/bee-and-wasp-photo-tips-to-get-species-grade-ids/20736
  5. https://aculea.be/studie/fotografie
My suggestion for taking photo’s for identifying Solitaire & Bumble Bees (Family Apidae), is to take pictures in different views, as explained in the link https://aculea.be/studie/fotografie 2 and based on the structure characteristics in the (identification keys in the) YouTube videos https://aculea.be/studie/determinatie-bijen/wespbijen and https://aculea.be/studie/determinatie-bijen/zandbijen.

Bijengidsje-2021: 15 SOORTEN BIJEN, HOMMELS EN ZWEEFVLIEGEN

  1. Bijgidsje die in het voorjaar in je tuin vliegen
    https://www.nationalebijentelling.nl/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Bijengidsje-2021.pdf

  2. IVN Op Padcast #5. Wilde bij met Anneke
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/2Pa4IcA2G4LscWb7nV657u?si=qIilYEbySSiQl03QNsnvxA&nd=1

  3. Bijen in je tuin
    http://www.denederlandsebijen.nl/CursusWildeBijen/BijenkalenderTuinen/bijensoorten.pdf

  4. Bijen / bees - 103 video's
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJDSS1SUeiGx8y9I5epaqmuDjsmbRUeij

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8CdGCf2c7k

https://www.eis-nederland.nl/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?command=core_download&entryid=530&language=nl-NL&PortalId=4&TabId=563

https://www.bestuivers.nl/zoekkaarten



Het nieuwste van Dave Goulson
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=dave+goulson+

0:55 Gardening for Bumblebees
15:17 How to make Medlar Cheese
19:18 Why we all need to learn to love insects | Dave Goulson | TEDxBratislava
6:33 Dave Goulson – Growing Flowers to Save the World #FOODTALK
[ITALIAN BELOW] “There are many thousands of species of insect that pollinate, and between them they pollinate 87% of all the ...
25:51 Rewild your garden!
20:11 A tour through my bee-friendly garden in July
5:12 Biology Professor David Coulson talks about bumblebees and more..

55:23 The Importance of Pollinators – A talk by Steven Falk
CumbriaWT
The latest online event from the Get Cumbria Buzzing team. Steven Falk, one of Britain's leading natural historians, discusses the ...
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=dave+goulson+

165-Informatie over Hommels en Bijen Pollinators

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165-Informatie over Hommels en Bijen Pollinators

Wilde Bijen Deventer

  1. https://www.wildebijen.nl/wildebijen.html
  2. http://www.denederlandsebijen.nl/
  3. https://www.nederlandsesoorten.nl/linnaeus_ng/app/views/species/nsr_taxon.php?id=161639
  4. https://waarneming.nl/species/search/
  5. http://www.wildbienen.de/
  6. http://www.atlashymenoptera.net/default.aspx
  7. http://www2.pms-lj.si/andrej/bees.htm
  8. https://www.biolib.cz/en/gallery/dir388/
  9. https://www.bwars.com/category/taxonomic-hierarchy/bee
  10. https://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/bombus/key_british_colour.html
  11. https://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/#Hymenoptera
  12. http://www.ahw.me/indexbijen.html
  13. https://www.flickr.com/photos/63075200@N07/collections/72157631518508520/

Jaarverslag 2020 met informatie over hommels

https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/79c0a573-1da7-4411-8be6-38eeaaeb875f.pdf
  1. Jaarverslag 2019 met informatie over hommels
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/d7b4a2ed-7255-4acb-9d8c-4f0741f05aec.pdf

  2. Jaarverslag 2018 met Libellen en Dagvlinders
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/78feb48d-b459-40ea-b384-9cc5e1031f05.pdf

  3. A Photographic Guide
    BUTTERFLIES of Central Europe & Britain
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/0b095bc2-0387-4785-9f7e-5f7a987b3468.pdf

  4. De bijen en dagvlinders van Overijssel: trends, karakteristieke soorten en belangrijke gebieden
    https://www.eis-nederland.nl/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?command=core_download&entryid=749&language=nl-NL&PortalId=4&TabId=563

  5. Michener, 2007 The Bees of the World.pdf
    https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a849d4c8dd041c9c07a8e4c/t/5ad3bc968a922d44a4728936/1523825933048/Michener+2007+The+Bees+of+the+World.pdf

  6. Vosje vliegt graag op (aal)bes
    Sachembijen zitten op longkruid (en andere ruwbladigen)

    Soort bepaal je op waardplant, kleur, grootte, vliegtijd

  7. Goede plekken voor hommels:
    Grebbedijk, Uiterwaarden,
    -VlinderIdylle
    -Werk aan de Uitweg
    -Onderaan de Wageningse berg
    -Arboretum bovenop de berg

  1. https://www.bestuivers.nl/rodelijst
  2. https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/natuur-en-biodiversiteit/bescherming-bijen-en-andere-bestuivers
  3. https://www.bestuivers.nl/wilde-bijen/herkenning-en-determinatie
  4. https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/bee-and-wasp-photo-tips-to-get-species-grade-ids/20736
  5. https://aculea.be/studie/fotografie
My suggestion for taking photo’s for identifying Solitaire & Bumble Bees (Family Apidae), is to take pictures in different views, as explained in the link https://aculea.be/studie/fotografie 2 and based on the structure characteristics in the (identification keys in the) YouTube videos https://aculea.be/studie/determinatie-bijen/wespbijen and https://aculea.be/studie/determinatie-bijen/zandbijen.

Bijengidsje-2021: 15 SOORTEN BIJEN, HOMMELS EN ZWEEFVLIEGEN

  1. Bijgidsje die in het voorjaar in je tuin vliegen
    https://www.nationalebijentelling.nl/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Bijengidsje-2021.pdf

  2. IVN Op Padcast #5. Wilde bij met Anneke
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/2Pa4IcA2G4LscWb7nV657u?si=qIilYEbySSiQl03QNsnvxA&nd=1

  3. Bijen in je tuin
    http://www.denederlandsebijen.nl/CursusWildeBijen/BijenkalenderTuinen/bijensoorten.pdf

  4. Bijen / bees - 103 video's
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJDSS1SUeiGx8y9I5epaqmuDjsmbRUeij

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8CdGCf2c7k

https://www.eis-nederland.nl/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?command=core_download&entryid=530&language=nl-NL&PortalId=4&TabId=563

https://www.bestuivers.nl/zoekkaarten



Het nieuwste van Dave Goulson
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=dave+goulson+

0:55 Gardening for Bumblebees
15:17 How to make Medlar Cheese
19:18 Why we all need to learn to love insects | Dave Goulson | TEDxBratislava
6:33 Dave Goulson – Growing Flowers to Save the World #FOODTALK
[ITALIAN BELOW] “There are many thousands of species of insect that pollinate, and between them they pollinate 87% of all the ...
25:51 Rewild your garden!
20:11 A tour through my bee-friendly garden in July
5:12 Biology Professor David Coulson talks about bumblebees and more..

55:23 The Importance of Pollinators – A talk by Steven Falk
CumbriaWT
The latest online event from the Get Cumbria Buzzing team. Steven Falk, one of Britain's leading natural historians, discusses the ...
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=dave+goulson+

165-Informatie over Hommels en Bijen Pollinators

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165-Informatie over Hommels en Bijen Pollinators

Wilde Bijen Deventer

  1. https://www.wildebijen.nl/wildebijen.html
  2. http://www.denederlandsebijen.nl/
  3. https://www.nederlandsesoorten.nl/linnaeus_ng/app/views/species/nsr_taxon.php?id=161639
  4. https://waarneming.nl/species/search/
  5. http://www.wildbienen.de/
  6. http://www.atlashymenoptera.net/default.aspx
  7. http://www2.pms-lj.si/andrej/bees.htm
  8. https://www.biolib.cz/en/gallery/dir388/
  9. https://www.bwars.com/category/taxonomic-hierarchy/bee
  10. https://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/bombus/key_british_colour.html
  11. https://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/#Hymenoptera
  12. http://www.ahw.me/indexbijen.html
  13. https://www.flickr.com/photos/63075200@N07/collections/72157631518508520/

Jaarverslag 2020 met informatie over hommels

https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/79c0a573-1da7-4411-8be6-38eeaaeb875f.pdf
  1. Jaarverslag 2019 met informatie over hommels
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/d7b4a2ed-7255-4acb-9d8c-4f0741f05aec.pdf

  2. Jaarverslag 2018 met Libellen en Dagvlinders
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/78feb48d-b459-40ea-b384-9cc5e1031f05.pdf

  3. A Photographic Guide
    BUTTERFLIES of Central Europe & Britain
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/0b095bc2-0387-4785-9f7e-5f7a987b3468.pdf

  4. De bijen en dagvlinders van Overijssel: trends, karakteristieke soorten en belangrijke gebieden
    https://www.eis-nederland.nl/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?command=core_download&entryid=749&language=nl-NL&PortalId=4&TabId=563

  5. Michener, 2007 The Bees of the World.pdf
    https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a849d4c8dd041c9c07a8e4c/t/5ad3bc968a922d44a4728936/1523825933048/Michener+2007+The+Bees+of+the+World.pdf

  6. Vosje vliegt graag op (aal)bes
    Sachembijen zitten op longkruid (en andere ruwbladigen)

    Soort bepaal je op waardplant, kleur, grootte, vliegtijd

  7. Goede plekken voor hommels:
    Grebbedijk, Uiterwaarden,
    -VlinderIdylle
    -Werk aan de Uitweg
    -Onderaan de Wageningse berg
    -Arboretum bovenop de berg

  1. https://www.bestuivers.nl/rodelijst
  2. https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/natuur-en-biodiversiteit/bescherming-bijen-en-andere-bestuivers
  3. https://www.bestuivers.nl/wilde-bijen/herkenning-en-determinatie
  4. https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/bee-and-wasp-photo-tips-to-get-species-grade-ids/20736
  5. https://aculea.be/studie/fotografie
My suggestion for taking photo’s for identifying Solitaire & Bumble Bees (Family Apidae), is to take pictures in different views, as explained in the link https://aculea.be/studie/fotografie 2 and based on the structure characteristics in the (identification keys in the) YouTube videos https://aculea.be/studie/determinatie-bijen/wespbijen and https://aculea.be/studie/determinatie-bijen/zandbijen.

Bijengidsje-2021: 15 SOORTEN BIJEN, HOMMELS EN ZWEEFVLIEGEN

  1. Bijgidsje die in het voorjaar in je tuin vliegen
    https://www.nationalebijentelling.nl/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Bijengidsje-2021.pdf

  2. IVN Op Padcast #5. Wilde bij met Anneke
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/2Pa4IcA2G4LscWb7nV657u?si=qIilYEbySSiQl03QNsnvxA&nd=1

  3. Bijen in je tuin
    http://www.denederlandsebijen.nl/CursusWildeBijen/BijenkalenderTuinen/bijensoorten.pdf

  4. Bijen / bees - 103 video's
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJDSS1SUeiGx8y9I5epaqmuDjsmbRUeij

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8CdGCf2c7k

https://www.eis-nederland.nl/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?command=core_download&entryid=530&language=nl-NL&PortalId=4&TabId=563

https://www.bestuivers.nl/zoekkaarten



Het nieuwste van Dave Goulson
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=dave+goulson+

0:55 Gardening for Bumblebees
15:17 How to make Medlar Cheese
19:18 Why we all need to learn to love insects | Dave Goulson | TEDxBratislava
6:33 Dave Goulson – Growing Flowers to Save the World #FOODTALK
[ITALIAN BELOW] “There are many thousands of species of insect that pollinate, and between them they pollinate 87% of all the ...
25:51 Rewild your garden!
20:11 A tour through my bee-friendly garden in July
5:12 Biology Professor David Coulson talks about bumblebees and more..

55:23 The Importance of Pollinators – A talk by Steven Falk
CumbriaWT
The latest online event from the Get Cumbria Buzzing team. Steven Falk, one of Britain's leading natural historians, discusses the ...
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=dave+goulson+

165-Informatie over Hommels en Bijen Pollinators

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165-Informatie over Hommels en Bijen Pollinators

Wilde Bijen Deventer

  1. https://www.wildebijen.nl/wildebijen.html
  2. http://www.denederlandsebijen.nl/
  3. https://www.nederlandsesoorten.nl/linnaeus_ng/app/views/species/nsr_taxon.php?id=161639
  4. https://waarneming.nl/species/search/
  5. http://www.wildbienen.de/
  6. http://www.atlashymenoptera.net/default.aspx
  7. http://www2.pms-lj.si/andrej/bees.htm
  8. https://www.biolib.cz/en/gallery/dir388/
  9. https://www.bwars.com/category/taxonomic-hierarchy/bee
  10. https://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/bombus/key_british_colour.html
  11. https://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/#Hymenoptera
  12. http://www.ahw.me/indexbijen.html
  13. https://www.flickr.com/photos/63075200@N07/collections/72157631518508520/

Jaarverslag 2020 met informatie over hommels

https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/79c0a573-1da7-4411-8be6-38eeaaeb875f.pdf
  1. Jaarverslag 2019 met informatie over hommels
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/d7b4a2ed-7255-4acb-9d8c-4f0741f05aec.pdf

  2. Jaarverslag 2018 met Libellen en Dagvlinders
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/78feb48d-b459-40ea-b384-9cc5e1031f05.pdf

  3. A Photographic Guide
    BUTTERFLIES of Central Europe & Britain
    https://assets.vlinderstichting.nl/docs/0b095bc2-0387-4785-9f7e-5f7a987b3468.pdf

  4. De bijen en dagvlinders van Overijssel: trends, karakteristieke soorten en belangrijke gebieden
    https://www.eis-nederland.nl/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?command=core_download&entryid=749&language=nl-NL&PortalId=4&TabId=563

  5. Michener, 2007 The Bees of the World.pdf
    https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a849d4c8dd041c9c07a8e4c/t/5ad3bc968a922d44a4728936/1523825933048/Michener+2007+The+Bees+of+the+World.pdf

  6. Vosje vliegt graag op (aal)bes
    Sachembijen zitten op longkruid (en andere ruwbladigen)

    Soort bepaal je op waardplant, kleur, grootte, vliegtijd

  7. Goede plekken voor hommels:
    Grebbedijk, Uiterwaarden,
    -VlinderIdylle
    -Werk aan de Uitweg
    -Onderaan de Wageningse berg
    -Arboretum bovenop de berg

  1. https://www.bestuivers.nl/rodelijst
  2. https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/natuur-en-biodiversiteit/bescherming-bijen-en-andere-bestuivers
  3. https://www.bestuivers.nl/wilde-bijen/herkenning-en-determinatie
  4. https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/bee-and-wasp-photo-tips-to-get-species-grade-ids/20736
  5. https://aculea.be/studie/fotografie
My suggestion for taking photo’s for identifying Solitaire & Bumble Bees (Family Apidae), is to take pictures in different views, as explained in the link https://aculea.be/studie/fotografie 2 and based on the structure characteristics in the (identification keys in the) YouTube videos https://aculea.be/studie/determinatie-bijen/wespbijen and https://aculea.be/studie/determinatie-bijen/zandbijen.

Bijengidsje-2021: 15 SOORTEN BIJEN, HOMMELS EN ZWEEFVLIEGEN

  1. Bijgidsje die in het voorjaar in je tuin vliegen
    https://www.nationalebijentelling.nl/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Bijengidsje-2021.pdf

  2. IVN Op Padcast #5. Wilde bij met Anneke
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/2Pa4IcA2G4LscWb7nV657u?si=qIilYEbySSiQl03QNsnvxA&nd=1

  3. Bijen in je tuin
    http://www.denederlandsebijen.nl/CursusWildeBijen/BijenkalenderTuinen/bijensoorten.pdf

  4. Bijen / bees - 103 video's
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJDSS1SUeiGx8y9I5epaqmuDjsmbRUeij

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8CdGCf2c7k

https://www.eis-nederland.nl/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?command=core_download&entryid=530&language=nl-NL&PortalId=4&TabId=563

https://www.bestuivers.nl/zoekkaarten



Het nieuwste van Dave Goulson
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=dave+goulson+

0:55 Gardening for Bumblebees
15:17 How to make Medlar Cheese
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Two Weeks to Go!

And more snow. But ephemeral this time; just enough to slow down this crazy early spring. With the City Nature Challenge just two weeks away it’s time to reach out to friends, colleagues and family and try to recruit more observers across the eastern Finger Lakes. We are one of three CNC projects in New York state, the others in Rochester and NYC.

For Ithacans who might be new to bioblitzing, on Saturday May 1, from 10:00-11:00AM, staff of the Cayuga Nature Center will be at Stewart Park, at Fuertes Pond beside the Cascadilla Boathouse to offer advice and encouragement. Stop by and visit!

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