On May 11, about 60 nerds gathered in SF’s McLaren Park to use their smartphones for science — logging almost 1300 observations of plants and animals from almost 250 species. Wow! It went so well that both the California Academy of Sciences and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area are talking about working with the Nerds for Nature and using our event as a model.
Check out Nerd for Nature Dan Rademacher’s guest blog post over on KQED, complete with awesome video by Tony Iwane. Just noticed in the comments on that article that Sequoia Audubon Society wants to do an iNat blitz of their own. Excellent!