We hit one million observations!
LOOK CAREFULLY AND SEE WHAT YOU DISCOVER
The BC Parks Foundation is asking British Columbians to FIND IT, RECORD IT, and SHARE IT, as part of our drive to reach 25 million observations of nature by 2025. You can make an important contribution to biodiversity data collection in BC and help protect our incredible wild places, by simply sharing your nature observations on community science platforms such as iNaturalist and eBird.
Nature observations from community scientists such as yourselves are helping researchers and conservation managers survey remote areas, spot new or rare species, and track changes in species distribution and phenology, especially in response to climate change impacts.
Visit our 25x25 site to learn more about our audacious goals for 2025. You are inspiring other places in the world, and there are more peaks to climb.
New to nature reporting? Join the challenge today!