Weekend Holiday Spotlight

CA Fire Followers

DATES: Friday - Sunday | November 26- Dec 26, 2021

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Happy Holidays everyone,

Winter holidays center around family and bringing light to the darkness that’s more present with our shortening days. As the year comes to a close, we invite you all to our last ID challenge of the year. Our challenge this time will extend for the next 5 weeks and will focus on a different plant family every weekend (categories and dates below)! Join us every weekend from here till the last weekend of December in order for a chance to win some Fire Followers Merch! The top identifier of every spotlight weekend will be rewarded.

November 26-28: Asteraceae

December 3-5: Fabaceae

December 10-12: Boraginaceae

December 17-19: Fagaceae

December 24-26: Onagraceae

Anotado por jaesparza11 jaesparza11, 24 de noviembre de 2021 a las 07:41 PM

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Week 1: November 26-28: Asteraceae

Observation © Chloe & Trevor Van Loon

As the schedule above shows, our first category in the spotlight this upcoming weekend is the family Asteraceae. In the Fire Followers project, we currently have about 1900 observations that still need ID, which is approximately 32% of the total observed so far.

Join us to identify as many as possible from this list: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&subview=table&taxon_id=47604&verifiable=any

Best of luck to everyone helping out, results will be posted by Monday, November 29 along with the next spotlight details!

You are tagged in this post because you are among some of the top Identifiers of these plant families listed above and we hope you take part in helping identify some of the observations made so far!
@jrebman @graysquirrel @grnleaf @catchang @matt_g @reodell @cwbarrows @andyjones1 @arboretum_amy @glmory @jdmore @susanmf @birgitknorr @ronvanderhoff @serpophaga @cwarneke @charlie @boschniakia @silversea_starsong @paloma @matthew_salkiewicz @jlmartin @cedric_lee @kevinhintsa @morganstickrod @lagoondon @danieldas @hikingsandiego @diego4nature @tmessick @fjgregory @flower_prof

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Results
Our results from over the weekend have been counted, congratulations, @catchang for being the top identifier over the spotlight weekend and thanks to everyone that was a part of it!

Week 2: December 3-5: Fabaceae

Observation © dgreenberger
Moving forward, the next category on our list is the Fabaceae family. We currently have approximately 1000 observations that still need ID, which is approximately 32% of the total observed so far.

Join us to identify as many as possible from this list:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&subview=table&taxon_id=47122&verifiable=any

You are tagged in this post because you are among some of the top Identifiers of these plant families listed above and we hope you take part in helping identify some of the observations made so far!

@jrebman @graysquirrel @catchang @grnleaf @andyjones1 @cwbarrows @csledge @brothernorbert @aaronliston @jeanphilippeb @arboretum_amy @boschniakia @susanmf @glmory @efmer @kueda @jlmartin @birgitknorr @ronvanderhoff @serpophaga @matt_g @silversea_starsong @jdmore @paloma @kevinhintsa @yerbasanta @matthew_salkiewicz @danieldas @mrchasse @lagoondon @tchester @oxalismtp @charlie @subaya @smfang

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Week 3: December 10-12: Boraginaceae


Observation © Stacie Wolny · some rights reserved

Quick note, winners from each weekend will be announced and contacted at the end of the event.

Moving forward, the next category on our list is the Boraginaceae family. We currently have approximately 1000 observations that still need ID, which is approximately 33% of the total observed so far.

Join us to identify as many as possible from this list:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?iconic_taxa=Plantae&place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&subview=table&taxon_id=48150&verifiable=any

You are tagged in this post because you are among some of the top Identifiers of these plant families listed above and we hope you take part in helping identify some of the observations made so far!
@matt_g @graysquirrel @jrebman @andyjones1 @grnleaf @catchang @cwbarrows @efmer @kueda @arboretum_amy @jdmore @birgitknorr @glmory @silversea_starsong @ronvanderhoff @serpophaga @flower_prof @finatic @susanmf @sganley @tchester @boschniakia @kevinhintsa @lagoondon @paloma @charlie @reodell @matthew_salkiewicz @jlmartin @morganstickrod @poa @jellyfishww @roomthily @loarie @smfang

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Week 4: December 17-19: Fagaceae


Observation © Christian Schwarz · some rights reserved

Hello everyone, we are already on our fourth week of this ID challenge! Quick note, winners from each weekend will be announced and contacted at the end of the event.

Moving forward, the next category on our list is the Fagaceae family. We currently have approximately 635 observations that still need ID, which is approximately 42% of the total observed so far.

Join us to identify as many as possible from this list:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?order_by=observed_on&place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=47852&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

You are tagged in this post because you are among some of the top Identifiers of these plant families listed above and we hope you take part in helping identify some of the observations made so far!
@graysquirrel @catchang @jrebman @alexbinck @old-bean-adams @grnleaf @charlie @pgugger @diego4nature @cwbarrows @carexobnupta @kueda @alaynam @arboretum_amy @boschniakia @merav @tiwane @ronvanderhoff @flower_prof @clem @danieldas @matt_g @glmory @yerbasanta @nelruzam @paloma @arkstorm @avocat @jellyfishww @serpophaga @sapienshane @marivillasol @lilithohlson @kevinhintsa @loarie

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Week 4: December 24-26: Onagraceae

Observation © Tony Iwane · some rights reserved

Hello everyone,

We are finally on our last weekend of our spotlight hour! I hope that everyone has had a great start to their holidays and that you are all staying safe. Thank you all once again for contributing to the Fire Followers project so far. Once again, the winners from each weekend will be announced and contacted at the end of the event.

Moving forward, the next category on our list is the Onagraceae family. We currently have approximately 525 observations that still need ID, which is approximately 39% of the total observed so far.

Join us to identify as many as possible from this list:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?iconic_taxa=Plantae&place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&subview=table&taxon_id=47790&verifiable=any

You are tagged in this post because you are among some of the top Identifiers of these plant families listed above and we hope you take part in helping identify some of the observations made so far!
@grnleaf @jrebman @catchang @graysquirrel @cwbarrows @reodell @kueda @efmer @sganley @s_pike @birgitknorr @arboretum_amy @kisa_varius @kevinhintsa @serpophaga @matt_g @jdmore @aguilita @jlmartin @ronvanderhoff @finatic @lagoondon @boschniakia @andyjones1 @paloma @tchester @glmory @lallen @hikingsandiego @willfreyman @matthew_salkiewicz @jasonrgrant @morganstickrod @diego4nature @silversea_starsong

Anotado por jaesparza11 hace 9 meses (Advertencia)

Saludos Jose, excellent project!

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