Diario del proyecto California Fire Followers 2020

21 de julio de 2021

CA Fire Followers: ID-athon Events

Journal Post - ID-athon
The International sports event usually held every 4 years will have its opening ceremony starting this Friday, July 23. But maybe you’re marveling at the feats of endurance, speed and resilience observed by the “track in field” Fire Followers project instead.

DATES: July 23, 2021-August 8, 2021

DETAILS:
Starting this Friday, we will also be running our own decathlon of identifications, which will last for 16 days. Like the decathlon, scores from reaching benchmarks in 10 individual events will be totaled to declare the 3 winners of the Fire Followers deca-identi-thlon!

Gold: Fire Followers Shirt
Silver: CAL-IPC Hat and Fire Followers Pin
Bronze: Fire Follower Sticker pack and Luggage Tag

EVENTS:

Event 1: Asteraceae: ~1900 ids needed
The Sunflower Family is a 1,500-species run in California!

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=47604&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

Event 2: Fabaceae: ~1,200 ids needed
Plants in the Pea Family often pop their pods, scattering heavy seeds far from the parent plant in shot-put feats.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=47122&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

Event 3: Boraginaceae:~1,100 ids needed
If I told you a high jumper clearing the bar looks like the scorpioid cyme of the Borage Family you’d never unsee it.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=48150&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

Event 4: Poaceae: ~500 ids needed
If you’ve ever had the hardened callus of a grass seed lodge in your sock or elsewhere, you’ve felt the javelin throw of the Grass Family.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=47434&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

Event 5: Polemoniaceae: ~500 ids needed
With a name like the Sky Pilot Family, it’s a “Pole”moniaceae vault!

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=48932&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

Event 6: Phrymaceae: ~430 ids needed
Mostly monkeyflowers, often annuals: usually facing a short growing season, it can be a 100-day dash to the finish for the Lopseed Family.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=64552&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

Event 7: Plantaginaceae: ~390 ids needed
When the Scrophulariaceae was reordered and pretty penstemons paired with plain plantains, the Plantain Family took a broad jump in form and number of species!

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=50638&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

Event 8: Lamiaceae: ~380 ids needed
The Mint Family is often known by their 4-sided stems, and the 400-meter event is known for being 400 meters. The Lamiaceae used to be the Labitae and the 400-meter used to be a quarter-mile!

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=48623&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

Event 9: Montiaceae: 370 ids needed
Many spring beauties of the Montiaceae are recognizable for their discus-like fused bracts below the flowers.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=71417&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

Event 10: Rosaceae:~340 ids needed
Rose hips are pivotal for identification and human hips are pivotal in the hurdles!

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_id=47148&verifiable=any&iconic_taxa=Plantae

SCORING:
Benchmark: You will be scored based off of the total points accumulated throughout the events, for the highest benchmark reached in each.
The 1,500 Species Sunflowers: 500 IDs = 1000pts. |300 IDs = 500pts. |100 IDs = 100pts. | 50 IDs = 50pts.
The Pea Pod Shot Put: 400 IDs = 900pts. |200 IDs = 400pts. |100 IDs = 100pts. | 50 IDs = 50pts.
The Scorpioid Cyme High Jump: 300 IDs = 700pts. |150 IDs = 200pts. |100 IDs = 100pts. | 50 IDs = 50pts.
The Grass Javelin:200 IDs = 600pts. |100 IDs = 100pts. |50 IDs = 50pts. |25 IDs = 25pts.
The Polemon Vault:200 IDs = 600pts. |100 IDs = 100pts. |50 IDs = 50pts. |25 IDs = 25pts.
The 100-Monkeyflower Dash: 150 IDs = 300pts. |100 IDs = 100pts. |50 IDs = 50pts. |25 IDs = 25pts. |10 IDs = 10 pts.
The Beardtongue Broad Jump: 100 IDs = 150pts. |50 IDs = 75pts. |25 IDs = 25pts. |10 IDs = 10 pts.
The 4-Sided Stem Dash: 100 IDs = 150pts. |50 IDs = 75pts. |25 IDs = 25pts. |10 IDs = 10 pts.
The Discus (Perfoliate Bract) Throw: 100 IDs = 150pts. |50 IDs = 75pts. |25 IDs = 25pts. |10 IDs = 10 pts.
The Rose Hip Hurdles: 100 IDs = 150pts. |50 IDs = 75pts. |25 IDs = 25pts. |10 IDs = 10 pts.

ADDITIONAL EVENT:
To make things a bit more challenging, we will also be awarding the top three participants who make the most overall improvements and leading identifications in all the following categories above! Here is a link that will take you to a list of all the families listed above combined: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=14&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020&quality_grade=needs_id&taxon_ids=47604,47122,48150,47434,48932,64552,50638,48623,71417,47148&iconic_taxa=Plantae
As a reminder, the prizes are:
Gold: Fire Followers Shirt
Silver: CAL-IPC Hat and Fire Followers Pin
Bronze: Fire Follower Sticker pack and Luggage Tag

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! Feel free to share this with other Naturalists who you think would like to participate and don't forget to join our Fire Followers Project. Thanks for your help!
@graysquirrel @jrebman @grnleaf @catchang @matt_g @andyjones1 @cwbarrows @polemoniaceae @glmory @arboretum_amy @reodell @jdmore @efmer @kueda @serpophaga @ronvanderhoff @birgitknorr @boschniakia @susanmf @charlie @flower_prof @paloma @jlmartin @brothernorbert @sganley @kevinhintsa @diego4nature @finatic @silversea_starsong @cedric_lee @alex_abair @lagoondon @csledge @danieldas @matthew_salkiewicz @loarie @tchester @hikingsandiego @aaronliston @smfang @cwarneke @kschoon @tiwane @birdgal5 @tmessick @morganstickrod @fjgregory @mrchasse @sedgequeen @milliebasden

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29 de junio de 2021

Geophyte Club

Geophyte Club

Geophyte Club Challenge
The first rule of Geophyte Club is: You DO NOT talk about Geophyte Club
The second rule of Geophyte Club is: You DO NOT talk about Geophyte Club…
WE’RE BREAKING THE RULES!
Geophytes are perennial plants that store resources in underground organs: usually bulbs in a broad sense, but also tubers, corms or rhizomes. They can wait out drought or poor growing conditions underground and emerge when the time is right.

What makes some geophytes fire followers? Geophytes survive burning because the storage organs are below ground protected from burning, but they also emerge en masse after fire from chemical or light cues, particularly in chaparral. One of the first plants to respond this year was soaproot (Chlorogalum), and we’ve seen amazing displays of geophytes of all types through this whole year.

Challenge Details:
Starting this week on Wednesday June 30, 2021 we will be holding our Geophyte Club challenge! As always, we strongly encourage you all to go out and make observations, however, this week we will be focusing on identifications! You will have until July 7th to make as many identifications as possible! We will be focusing specifically the following:
Asparagales (Agaves/Lilies, Orchids, Irises, and Allies)
Manroots (Marah)

The search links above will direct you to a list of those specific plants.
The top 3 identifiers of the listed plants above will be rewarded with a Fire Followers Shirt!

You’re tagged in this post because you are among some of the top identifiers for Asparagales and we hope you take part in helping identify some of the observations made so far!

1) As a reminder, even if you do not know the species, you can help by identifying the observation to a finer level such as identifying the family, which is extremely helpful for others. Also, feel free to use the comment section to let others know what you're thinking! There are also approximately 18,800 observations that need an ID! Out of those 18,800, ~80 Marah need ID and ~780 are Asparagales of which we are considering Agaves/Lilies, Orchids, Irises, and Allies.

2)You can help by confirming IDs that have already been made, refining IDs from general to more specific and correcting mis-identifications. The Suggestions tab will offer similar plants seen in the area--make sure you check it’s a good match.
3) To find likely mis-identifications, look at the Species tab of one of the fire areas you know pretty well. Scroll down to the bottom and look at the plants that only have one or two observations. Check on any out of range observations or plants you know are ornamental.

@rupertclayton @jrebman @graysquirrel @catchang @grnleaf @rynxs @arethusa @cwbarrows @matt_g @afid @sganley @kueda @catullus @jlmartin @finatic @lallen @lagoondon @birgitknorr @yuriydanilevsky @efmer @morganstickrod @boschniakia @arboretum_amy @diego4nature @paloma
@kevinhintsa @andyjones1 @glmory @charlie @serpophaga @loarie @ronvanderhoff @susanmf @oxalismtp @blue_celery @smfang @danieldas @cedric_lee @lonnyholmes @najera_tutor @birdgal5 @tiwane @rynaturalist @hikingsandiego @nelruzam @sapienshane @snakeinmypocket @sekihiker @nofrakes @milliebasden

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16 de junio de 2021

Pollinator Week Challenge


Pollinators perform a valuable ecosystem service and are critical to the success of plants after fires! Some pollinators may be more abundant after fire, following the flush of flowers. Pollinators may be flies, bees, butterflies, wasps, beetles, moths, ants, birds, bats, mice...wind and water don’t count for our challenge though.

This weekend is the start of Pollinator Week and the Fire Followers Project will be celebrating this year with our new pollinator challenge! This time, we will be partnering up with the Xerces Society to bring you an exclusive challenge and reward in addition to our very own!

Challenge Details:
Starting June 19-27, we encourage you all to go out and make as many observations as possible in any of the burn sites. Keep a close eye out for flowers being pollinated along your hike! This week, there will be an opportunity for 3 individuals to win a Fire Followers Pin! Here are the categories:

Most pollinator species observed:
Most observations of pollinators:
Most identifications of pollinators:

Xerces Society
Bumble Bee Watch Project
Like stated before, this year we are partnering with the Xerces Society to bring you more opportunities to be involved in community science efforts and for a chance to win some amazing prizes. In addition to our own challenges done on iNaturalist, we will also be utilizing the California Bumble Bee Atlas, which is one of several Xerces community science projects using the Bumble Bee Watch platform.

The California Bumble Bee Atlas is a community science project of the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and other partners. California is home to half of the bumblebee species found in North America, but there has never been a systematic survey of these important pollinators of wild and crop plants. At least 1/4 of the state's native bumble bees are now imperiled, and some have been proposed for state or federal Endangered Species Act listing. Building on the success of the Pacific Northwest Bumble Bee Atlas, over the next three years, project volunteers will collect data on the distribution and diversity of California's bumble bees, creating a baseline dataset to which future conditions can be compared. Because bumble bees can usually be identified by experts from photos, volunteers will submit photos and other data to project coordinators, but will not have to destructively sample the bees themselves. The California Bumble Bee Atlas will give volunteers the opportunity to learn about the ecology and habitat needs of some of the state's native bees, and they will also make real contributions to scientific efforts to monitor and conserve these important insects. You can join the project by registering at https://www.cabumblebeeatlas.org/.

Challenge Details and Prizes
The Xerces Society will be awarding the top 5 contributors of bumble bee observations to the Bumble Bee Watch site. Winners will have Choices from these 3 books! (shown above!)
1)Attracting Native Pollinators https://www.xerces.org/publications/books/attracting-native-pollinators
2)Plants to save the Bees https://xerces.org/publications/books/100-plants-feed-bees
3)100 Plants to save the Monarchs https://gifts.xerces.org/products/100-plants-to-feed-the-monarch

As a reminder, in addition to uploading your observations on iNaturalist, be sure to also submit your observations to the Bumble Bee Watch Platform in order to have an opportunity to win! Be sure to head over and sign up to upload your Bumble Bee observations!

Submitting a Sighting in the Bumble Bee Watch Project is easy!
1)Head over to https://www.bumblebeewatch.org/ and create an account
2)Take a photo (Just like you would do for iNaturalist)
3)Identify your species
4)Sighting will be verified by an expert

Instructions on signing up and uploading your observations are here:
https://www.bumblebeewatch.org/

Please feel free to contact me at jesparza@cnps.org for any questions! I look forward to seeing all of your observations!

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02 de junio de 2021

Weed Week Challenge

Native wildflowers aren’t the only plants that respond to fire--sometimes weed seeds sprout or blow into burned areas. Some can even increase the frequency of fire in the future, or impact how native plants recover, so it’s important to track non-native species’ response too! Sunday, June 5th is the start of Invasive Species Action Week(June 5-13) and we will be partnering up with the California Invasive Plant Council (Cal-IPC) and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) to bring you all some new prizes to win during our weekly challenge!

Challenge Details:
Starting this Weekend, we encourage you all to go out and make as many observations as possible in any of the burn sites. There will be 5 opportunities for participants to win a CAL-IPC hat! Here are the rules for each category:

Most observations of non-native plants
Most identifications of non-native plants
Top observer of Spanish, French, Scotch or Portugese broom
Top observer of Cenchrus setaceus/Pennisetum setaceum, fountain grass
Top observer of Centaurea solstitialis, yellow starthistle

In addition to the main 5 winners, we will also be holding a raffle for those who have joined the project so far and made at least one observation of a non-native plant during the challenge! We will be raffling out 10 stickers and 10 luggage tags to 10 randomly selected winners! Just remember to join and trust the project before the end of the competition!

Best of luck to everyone!

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30 de abril de 2021

Fire Poppy Cup

-May Bracket Challenge-

Details:
The Fire Poppy Cup is a tournament-style challenge of the top 4 fires from each of the 4 regions in California: Northwest, Big East, Central, and Southwest. The first 2 rounds are consolation rounds--so Regional Round 1 winners play each other in Round 2, and Regional Round 1 losers play each other in a consolation tournament (details below). Elimination rounds will begin in Round 3 of the tournament.

Dates:
Hot 16: May 3 - 9 Winner: Most species
Quarter-Final: May 10 - 16 Winner: Highest % observations at Research Grade
Semi-Final: May 17 - 23 Winner: Most identifiers+observers+faves
Final: May 24 - May 30 Winner: Most observations

Fire Poppy Cup Tournament Bracket Seed List - 2021
These seeds were ranked based off of the five categories from 4/14/21 which included, observations, species, identifications, identifiers and observers.
Flyer Draft  (2)

Fire Poppy Cup:
As stated before, the Fire Poppy Cup will be single elimination, however, the first two rounds will be consolation rounds and losers will move down to the Whispering Bell Cup to compete for a consolation championship.

Each round is shown below and the Champion will hold bragging rights over other regions! Be sure to support your Burn Zone throughout the competition, but most importantly, show some love to your Region!
-Tournament detail along with dates are shown above-
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After the Hot 16 of the Fire Poppy Cup is over, if your Burn Zone is lost, be sure to keep tabs on the consolation bracket as they will continue to compete in the Whispering Bell Cup!
Details of this consolation challenge follow the same rules and structure as the Fire Poppy Cup

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Be sure to tune in and show your support throughout the month! Good luck!

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13 de abril de 2021

CA Native Plant Week: Celeb-native

Saturday, April 17th is the start of CA Native Plant Week (April 17-24) and CNPS will be celebrating with events across the State throughout this week with the CARE initiative!
https://www.cnps.org/california-native-plant-week

To celebrate, we will be holding two challenges this upcoming week!

1) Native Plant Challenge
Starting now until the end of CA Native Plant Week (April 24), observe as many Native Plants as possible! We will be selecting TWO members with the most CA Native Plant observations and rewarding them with CNPS Fire Follower Pins! Upload observations and identify by April 30 and be a member of the project to win!

2) “Fave” Observation Challenge
Do you have a favorite observation? Tell us about it! Is there a story behind the picture?

This week, we want to share observations with the Fire Followers community. Share your favorite observation with us by linking it in the comments! In your comment, include what burned site you found it in and your experience leading up to snapping a picture! What else did you find? What were the trail conditions? Share your story through your observations!

Feel free to share your observations with more people by linking it to your social media and/or sending it to friends and family to rack up more ‘Faves’. Additionally, explore other observations and if you like the image, Fave it!

Starting now (April 13) through April 24, the member with the most comments and Faves will also receive a Fire Followers Pin!

In Addition, we would love to share your picture and story on our social media pages if you would like.

Thanks!

Jose

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30 de marzo de 2021

April Challenges


I hope everyone is doing well and has had an opportunity to visit some of the many burned sites throughout California. As we approach the end of March and jump into April, we are excited to bring to you a few new challenges to start the new month!

Usually the saying is “April showers bring May flowers,” but our season starts early: March showers bring April flowers! So starting April 1st, we will be holding our first month-long challenge! The April Flowers Challenge will start on Thursday, April 1 and finish on Friday, April 30. The person who makes the most plant observations in April will be rewarded with a Fire Follower Shirt! The winner will be announced the following week on May 7th, so don't forget to upload your observations by the end of the day on Friday!

Second, starting April 1st, we will also be holding our new April Fools challenge! A lot of us can be fooled by the good-looking computer-aided suggestions, but check again! Is the plant suggested even found in that region? This challenge will reward the top 3 plant identifiers--non-redeemable bonus points for weeding out those foolish computer-based identifications. Our April Fools Challenge officially starts April 1st and will conclude on Sunday, April 11. Winners from this challenge will receive a Fire Follower Pin!

Good luck and help us identify during these challenges! We understand that not everyone has access to burned sites and it might be difficult to venture out at the moment. Identifying is something that everyone can help with.
1) There are currently approximately 63 plant observations with no ID at all. Even if you do not know the species, you can help by identifying the observation to a finer level such as identifying the family, which is extremely helpful for others. Also, feel free to use the comment section to let others know what you're thinking! https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?iconic_taxa=unknown&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020
2) There are also approximately 3846 plant observations that still need help with IDs. You can help by confirming IDs that have already been made, refining IDs from general to more specific and correcting mis-identifications. The Suggestions tab will offer similar plants seen in the area--make sure you check it’s a good match. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?iconic_taxa=Plantae&project_id=california-fire-followers-2020
3)To find likely mis-identifications, look at the Species tab of one of the fire areas you know pretty well. Scroll down to the bottom and look at the plants that only have one or two observations. Check on any out of range observations or plants you know are ornamental.

To learn more about making observations, check out this iNaturalist tutorial! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlXjqfk2QGI&t=8s

As a reminder, winners will be contacted via iNaturalist messages, so keep an eye out for any messages from me in case you win!

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25 de marzo de 2021

Spring into Spring Challenge Updates

Hi everyone,

Thank you to all that participated in our Spring into Spring Challenge last week! As of today, during the week of 3/14/2021 - 3/21/20201, we had a total of +1100 observations and +120 observers! We are impressed with the work that this amazing community has done so far since the launch of our Fire Followers website - thank you all!

As a quick update, we have the five winners from our first raffle! Congratulations to @keirmorse, @maddiesmit, @rogerpasadena, @raphaela_fb, and @lglevanik! I have already messaged the winners, please respond by the date which I specified.

Additionally, if you made observations for MARCH 14-21, please upload your observations by this Sunday MARCH 28! Winners will be announced in our next journal post which will have details on our next challenge. Stay tuned for that!

Thanks!

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12 de marzo de 2021

Spring into Spring!

Hello everyone,

Thank you for the overwhelming support in joining the project and sharing this with your networks to help us continue to grow. We hope that you are all staying safe and healthy, and are able to enjoy nature to some capacity. As a quick reminder, daylight savings begins this Sunday 3/14! As the first day of spring approaches, we are excited to see what observations people make between when we “spring forward” and the arrival of spring!

We encourage everyone who has access to burned sites to go out and make as many observations as you can between Sunday and the beginning of spring (3/21/21). During this time, we will be holding our first of many challenges! At the end of the week, we will be recognizing our top three observers and rewarding them with Fire Followers shirts!

If you do not have access to burned sites or cannot go out to make observations this week, do not worry. We will be holding various challenges over the coming weeks to allow everyone to have a chance to win. More information to come in future journal posts!

Additionally, those who have joined and trusted the project by 3/14/21 will be entered in a raffle to earn some stickers! We will announce five winners for this later this week, but in the meantime, continue to share the project with your family, friends and community members!

Thanks!

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10 de marzo de 2021

Become a California Fire Follower!

In 2020, California experienced the largest fire season in recorded history. Fire is as much a natural part of California as earthquakes, and can be as destructive: buildings leveled, lives lost, places dramatically changed. But fire is also a necessary part of nature, often awakening sleeping seeds and providing a light blanket of ash to nurture fresh growth. Plants dependent on fire are an important part of California's natural diversity we call “pyrodiversity.”

The Fire Followers project seeks to record the response of plants in areas burned in the 2020 historic fire season. With your help, we can compare plants seen before and after fires, increase understanding of pyrodiversity, and provide crucial information on species of concern to aid in recovery and conservation efforts. Plants are often faulted for wildfire and targeted for removal. This project will increase our understanding of the reciprocal relationship between plants and fire. In addition to the scientific value that Fire Followers offers as a community science project, it empowers individuals of all backgrounds, especially those historically excluded from conservation and outdoor spaces, to engage with the community, science and their local environments.

We are excited to announce that the CA Fire Followers Project is ready for you to help add and identify observations! Check out our website https://www.cnps.org/fire-followers for more about the project and other ways to get involved. Everyone who joins and trusts the project before March 14 will be entered in our raffle for a chance to win CNPS and Fire Follower merch!

About our Project
As I am writing this, we have nearly 5,000 plant observations of 859 species and 437 identifiers making over 8,150 identifications! You’re tagged in this post because you are among some of the top observers and/or identifiers, and we hope that you are willing to take part in documenting and observing the incredible pyrodiversity in California. If you live near a burned area that is safely accessible to the public, feel free to venture out on your own or follow our website here to find out about more ways to get involved. Also, feel free to share this project with your networks and community! All of your observations made within our burned area boundaries throughout California will be aggregated in our California Fire Followers Project here on iNaturalist. The 28 largest burned area boundaries, along with one “Single Fires” (composed of 61 locations) are in the California Fire Followers umbrella project.

We created a draft guide of fire-following flowers here--we’ll want your help in editing it!

Can’t wait to see all your contributions!

@charlescrussell
@dlevitis
@wildmare64
@aigner
@graysquirrel
@ekoberle
@arboretum_amy
@sapienshane
@jlboone2
@lilithohlson
@eliaselias
@tiwane
@garth_harwood
@davidjpyoung
@geodani
@justinaceae
@jrebman
@kahill
@yunnyaro
@leslie_flint
@gbentall
@bbufo
@valeryyie
@connectacopia
@kaiacolestock
@annasu
@thrasherbird
@dkoops22
@gheaton
@chyroptera
@leptonia
@dgrimmphd
@littlegrove
@ranger_karli
@jellyturtle
@koda
@hfabian
@aaron_echols
@biohexx1
@kieranalthaus
@lglevanik
@misternatural
@huebner
@joannlane3
@rdetrano
@westboundwarbler
@yasmin_yasin
@joshuasexton
@michaelkauffmann

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