How I Use iNaturalist

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A black vulture seen at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge. January 1, 2021.

Today I’m walking y’all through how I use the citizen science app, iNaturalist! I hope it inspires you to get out and start logging nature around you! Have questions on what I talk about? Feel free to comment below and I can attempt to help you out!


iNaturalist

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Show Notes
+iNaturalist
+Folks to follow over on iNat: @anewman, @choess, @heatherholm, @greglasley, @milkweedguy, @sambiology, @seabrookeleckie, @bouteloua, @kimberlietx, @lisa281.
+Helpful articles from iNat users and Curators:
Identifying Solidago altissima & Solidago canadensis
Identifying Sambucus “nigra” in eastern North America
Texas Woolly Oak Galls
Elm: Identify Four Elms by Spring Samaras
Key to Rubus spp of Texas (Dewberries, blackberries, and brambles)
Privets in the sanctuary, oh my!
Texas species of Dandelion, as near as I can tell
False Foxgloves: how to know the species of Agalinis in Texas
A Collection of Identification Guides via lisa281
Key to Trees of North Central Texas
Trilogy: Fascinating Viornae Natives of Texas, by Sonnia Hill
Pollinating Beetles of Texas

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2021 Gardening Resolutions and Goals


2021 Garden Goals

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Exploring the Natural History of South Llano River State Park

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Western Pygmy Blue Butterfly


SLRSP Exploration

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Show Notes:
+Trail Camera Animals at Guadalupe and South Llano River State Parks
+South Llano River State Park

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Exploring the Natural History of Guadalupe River State Park

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GRSP Exploration

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Show Notes:
+Guadalupe River State Park
+King Ranch bluestem

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November In The Garden


Nov 2020 Garden

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October in the Garden

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Oct 2020 Garden

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Back to the Seepage Swamp | Finding Bartonia texana


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Show Notes
+Episode 5-5: Bushwhacking for Rare Plants
+West Gulf Coastal Plain Seepage Swamp and Baygall – TPWD
+West Gulf Coastal Plain Seepage Swamp and Baygall – NatureServe
+Bartonia texana video on TGPP YouTube channel

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September in the Garden


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Nature, Wild Florida, and Taking it Slow on the Florida Trail | Keith Curry-Pochy


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Show Notes:
+@keithcurrypochy on Instagram
+Keith’s Flickr
+Audubon Field Guide to Florida
+Atlas of Florida’s Natural Heritage
+Tales of Old Florida
+The Last Butterflies: A Scientist’s Quest to Save a Rare and Vanishing Creature

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August in the Garden

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A pest to some, this bird dropping shaped caterpillar of the giant swallowtail, Papilio cresphontes, happily chomping down on one of my citrus trees is a welcome sight for me! Over the years I've shared caterpillars with a friend who had more host plants than I did but often times we let them happily munch away. This year we finally have a Hercules Club, Zanthoxylum clava-herculis, we will plant in the ground when it cools off in the autumn to add as a secondary and eventually main host plant for the caterpillars we find in the yard.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #giatnswallowtail #orangedogcaterpillar #rutaceae #lepidoptera #gardeningforwildlife #gardenpodcast #naturepodcast #houstongarden #texasgarden

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Show Notes
+Late August Pollinators (and Friends)
+A Brush with a Saddleback
+August Insects

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