Environmental News, Wildnote Updates, Citizen Science, and Wildflowers
Spring has sprung with a spectacular show of wildflowers across the west. The importance of ongoing environmental data collection is fueling Earth Day events around the world and has propelled The March For Science into a global event.
Photographs uploaded in the app are now automatically
geo-referenced! Wildnote captures the latitude, longitude, altitude, speed and direction. Speaking of photos, did you know Wildnote has a gallery where you can view all photos uploaded for a project? In addition, our survey report PDF-export automatically brings in all photos uploaded with a given survey.
Did you know California has it’s own Wild Flower Hotline? Narrated in poetic prose by Joe Spano, the hotline updates listeners weekly about the best Central and Southern CA wildflower viewing opportunities.
Anza Borrego Desert WildflowersThis jewel of the west went into overdrive this spring. The bloom is moving onto higher elevations, but there is still plenty left to see.
Earth Day 2017is all about building environmental and climate literacy around the globe. People everywhere will also March For Science on Sat., April 22. Good environmental education requires good environmental data. Wildnote can help you with that!
We at Wildnote think digital data collection is where it's at! PBS agrees. Now showing: "The Crowd In The Cloud," a 4-part series on digital technology and citizen science.