Conservation Conversations - Conservation, Recreation and... Citizen Science?
Monday, April 26, 2021
6:30 p.m. MST
Citizen science is dramatically changing the way researchers perceive and study the natural world. It’s no longer just about data, but has instead become a global phenomenon with people introducing citizen science into their everyday recreation.
This presentation will dive into some of the recent trends and discoveries that iNaturalist enthusiasts are contributing to science and conservation by taking photos of flora and fauna.
Just in time for the City Nature Challenge (April 30 to May 3), join us for this webinar and be inspired to explore your local environment as a citizen scientist.
Free — registration is required to attend.
About the speaker
Freelance Urban Ecologist
Citizen Science Coordinator
Matt Wallace is a citizen science coordinator based in Calgary, Alberta. He has a BSc geography honours from the University of Calgary and has organized the City Nature Challenge Calgary since 2019. His study interests surround urban biodiversity and the relationships people have with natural areas in cities.
Please contact Hannah Schaepsmeyer, Conservation Volunteer Program Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org | 1.877.231.3552 ext. 7219