Join Coastal Action and the Mersey Tobeatic Research Institute (MTRI) to chat about the NS Herp Atlas and how you can get involved!
Have you ever come across a snake, frog, turtle, or salamander and wondered what species it is? If it’s common or rare? If you should let someone know about it? Great news, it’s never been easier to identify a species or submit your sightings to the people working to save these species! The only tool you need is in your pocket right now.
Join us online on May 4th at 7 pm as we showcase the Nova Scotia Herp Atlas. This citizen science project, led by MTRI and hosted on the iNaturalist App, is tracking the distributions of Nova Scotia’s 12 reptile and 13 amphibian species. Attendees will also learn about volunteer opportunities to collect data on herptiles in Nova Scotia.
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwscOiqqzkoHtLQFy17GbJhJLq8DPRm9pYg#/registration