Woodhaugh Garden focus of 2018 University of Otago Botany Summer School

This year's Botany Summer School kicked off with a tutorial on iNaturalist and what makes a good observation. With the app downloaded about 44 students and their tutors headed for the remnant alluvial forest of Woodhaugh Garden in the Town Belt, to put theory into practice. After an hour of observation gathering it was back to the computer lab to curate observations, adding further descriptions, tags and annotations. Let's hope this is the start of a long relationship with iNaturalist and nature discovery!

Posted on November 13, 2018 08:13 by john_barkla john_barkla | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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The Dunedin Town Belt is one of only three Victorian town belts in the world. It's a unique biodiversity, historic and cultural hot spot at the heart of Dunedin City. This project aims to document biodiversity in the Dunedin Town Belt and to support a Collaborative Community Education Initiative.

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