That was fun and crazy and fun.  This citizen science is a really neat and effective way to get people involved in seeing, hearing, and comprehending things that are right in their own backyards.  This was an unlikely (but maybe not so) mix of scientists and non-scientists working together to get an idea of the biodiversity Orthoptrans in NYC.

Matt’s attempting to sleep in after riding countless miles around Manhattan and Sam and some of his team haven’t yet been to sleep.

I’m in awe – there are about a hundred points to still be entered I believe – 330 points surveyed in total.  If you’re interesting in doing some data entry contact Sam – not sure what the status is right now at 9:30 am Sunday but it can’t hurt to email.


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