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City Nature Challenge

Embrace the healing power of nature with the City Nature Challenge in Pittsburgh for 2020.

Using the free iNaturalist app, s work together virtually with cities around the world to safely document biodiversity in whatever way we can, even at home or in our neighborhoods.

Kicking off April 24, the challenge runs to the end of the day April 27. Participation is easy! All you need is a camera and the free iNaturalist app (a camera phone or tablet if you have one).

Identification of the photographed species will be crowd-sourced through the online community April 28-May 3. For more details, visit the 2020 Pittsburgh City Nature Challenge project at iNaturalist.

If you're looking for something specifci to focus on, help support the University of Pittsburgh’s Tree Advisory Committee in our endeavor to achieve the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus USA certification by identifying trees in your area! Tag #PittSustainability

All participants should follow current social distanching public health guidelines provided by local governments.

The University of Pittsburgh is partnered on this project with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

Monday, April 27 at 12:00 a.m.

Virtual Event

City Nature Challenge

Embrace the healing power of nature with the City Nature Challenge in Pittsburgh for 2020.

Using the free iNaturalist app, s work together virtually with cities around the world to safely document biodiversity in whatever way we can, even at home or in our neighborhoods.

Kicking off April 24, the challenge runs to the end of the day April 27. Participation is easy! All you need is a camera and the free iNaturalist app (a camera phone or tablet if you have one).

Identification of the photographed species will be crowd-sourced through the online community April 28-May 3. For more details, visit the 2020 Pittsburgh City Nature Challenge project at iNaturalist.

If you're looking for something specifci to focus on, help support the University of Pittsburgh’s Tree Advisory Committee in our endeavor to achieve the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus USA certification by identifying trees in your area! Tag #PittSustainability

All participants should follow current social distanching public health guidelines provided by local governments.

The University of Pittsburgh is partnered on this project with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

Monday, April 27 at 12:00 a.m.

Virtual Event