I sometimes get e-mail on new resources and new Citizen Science opportunities. Here’s one I think some of you will be interested in. I thought it was fun when I tried it:
From: Grant at the Zooniverse <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, May 17, 2016 at 7:29 AM
Subject: New Project – Snapshot Wisconsin
We’re happy to announce a new wildlife project called Snapshot Wisconsin, a journey into the American heartland in search of deer and elk, bears and hares, and all other things wild!
Like Snapshot Serengeti, Chicago Wildlife Watch, and WildCam Gorongosa, Snapshot Wisconsin lets you explore trail camera photos of wild animals. Along with scientists from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and their collaborators, you’ll be taking part in valuable research to better understand the distributions and behaviors of animal species over space and time. Snapshot Wisconsin is replacing the Wisconsin Wildlife Watch project, bringing new features and functionality.
As always, people from all over and of all ages are welcome to participate. Whether you love wildlife, ecology, or just helping out, come join the Snapshot Wisconsin team today and discover the hidden world of Wisconsin’s animals.
Thanks so much for all that you do!
Grant & the Zooniverse Team
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