Unido: 27.abr.2018 Última actividad: 12.jul.2024 iNaturalist Canada

Kayaking north Florida led us into the natural world. The Florida Master Naturalist Program introduced a framework for understanding the interconnectedness of nature. For a required project for three modules, three paddlers offered a blog site The Paddler's Guide to the Flowering Plants of Womack Creek, Tate's Hell State Forest, Florida (2012- ). Womack Creek is a 3.75 mile navigable section of a tributary of the Ochlockonee River which runs from Georgia to the Gulf of Mexico. After completion of the program we expanded the blog site to include all photographed species on that creek in the gallery. We monitor changes on the creek periodically, but increasingly we have given priority to posting on The logbook posts on the blog site was to keep a phenological record of primarily blooming times. However, inaturalist provides an even better platform for phenological record keeping and for this, we are very grateful to the originators of the site.

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