Welcome to the Vermont Atlas of Life!

Part fun, part discovery, part conservation, welcome to the Vermont Atlas of Life. From common species to the rare, a diverse and fascinating array of species resides in or passes through Vermont each year. We'd like you to help us document it. Add all your sightings of life in Vermont here at iNaturalist, and if you are keeping full checklists of birds, consider adding your birdwatching data to Vermont eBird - www.ebird.org/vt. No matter where your data goes, we'll have it for science and conservation!

What town will find the most species? Who will have the most diverse yard? What park has the highest biodiversity? Life is out there just waiting for you to discover and share it. We can't wait to see what you find.

Publicado el diciembre 19, 2012 12:56 MAÑANA por kpmcfarland kpmcfarland


love the project!! i encountered a problem when I located an orchard oriole at Herrick's Cove. Tried to add to the atlas and was rejected because it's not in Vermont! So I planted the marker a bit further inland. That worked and I added a comment that it was seen at Herrick's.

Publicado por joannerusso hace más de 11 años

It should be fixed now Joanne. I gave a very accurate state boundary to the developer from the state GIS office and he uploaded that to the system. So, you should be able to move your sighting to the correct place and it will still be in Vermont. Thanks again!

Publicado por kpmcfarland hace más de 11 años

another question. should I put both moth or butterfly along with their caterpillar in the same observation or make one for the moth and another for it's cat?

Publicado por joannerusso hace más de 11 años

the dates are important so I'd make them separate.

Publicado por kpmcfarland hace más de 11 años

Definitely separate, one of the great things about this project is keeping track of when things go through their life stages.

Publicado por charlie hace alrededor de 11 años

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