๐Ÿ”๐Ÿ“—The Urban Field Naturalist Project ๐ŸŽจ

Now, more than ever, we are spending more time in our backyards. Have you had a chance to slow down, sit quietly and observe the living things around you – from the weeds growing through the concrete, to the ants working busily beneath you? Have you noticed little things that you may ordinarily miss? If so, the Urban Field Naturalist Project would love to hear about your discoveries.
The project invites people of all ages to submit photos, drawings, paintings, audio or even videos of things they notice in their urban environments, along with 200 words describing their encounter. So, grab a pencil, paper, camera and some quiet time in the garden. You may be amazed by what is there right under your nose, waiting to be discovered.
To be involved, check out the link below!
Visit the Urban Field Naturalist Project here
Want to discover more citizen science projects? Check out the ALA Project Finder