National Geographic's Great Nature Project is integrated with iNaturalist, but also draws images from Project Noah, iSpot, and social media into the photo stream.
The cabbage white butterfly - mapping the butterflies of Africa
The MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet fundraising programme is helping LepiMAP to determine the distribution and conservation priorities of butterflies and moths on the African continent.
The Animal Demography Unit encourages each one of us to become a citizen scientist this Citizen Science Week, from 20 to 28 September 2014
Participate in Project Painted Lady and help in the conservation of South Africa's painted lady butterflies.
#LepiMAP is the Atlas of #African #Lepidoptera - you can find out more here http://lepimap.adu.org.za/ #butterflies #moths #Africa
Help map the distribution of Africa’s unique and diverse freshwater fish by using FishMAP and submitting your photographic records.
Some beautiful pictures by Elaine de Bruin. "I do macro photography as a hobby, I've been doing it for a year now, I'm enjoying it very much.
Earth Touch News Network - In Liberia, hoping for a glimpse of Africa's biggest butterfly
Earth Touch News Network - Hope for one of South Africa's most endangered butterflies
Butterflies on blooms.
This week, more than 5000 people will climb the CN Tower to raise money for WWF. To motivate our climbers, kids from schools across Ontario have submitted artwork that will be hung on each floor. Here’s a sample of the awesome artwork we received!
Common Blue and Friend //
Great Spangled Fritillary by Jamie K Reaser
NCC – Land Lines: Why not count some butterflies?
Discover what a magical resource butterflies and moths are for local ecosystems at Spring LepiBASH from 18 to the 26 of October.
Black-backed Jackal scanning the horizon of the Deception Pan, Kalahari, Botswana. Was published in former magazine "Grasduinen"