City nature Challenge and Citizen Science

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Alonso Abugattas

May 3, 2020, 7:29:46 PM5/3/20
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This a short blog from my Capital Naturalist social media presence featuring this year’s City Nature Challenge and CitizenSscience, featuring a discovery of a salamander not made in Arlington County by a student volunteer since 1977:  Thanks.


Alonso Abugattas

Natural Resources Manager

Arlington County Parks, VA

2700 S. Taylor Street

Arlington, VA 22206

Office: 703-228-7742

Cell:     571-235-2368


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Molines, Karyn L.

May 4, 2020, 8:24:29 AM5/4/20
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This is an absolutely amazing, and well written, example of how everyone can help contribute to our understanding of biodiversity.


Karyn Molines CC-P® | Natural Resources Division Chief

Calvert County Government Department of Parks & Recreation

Natural Resources Division

Office: 410-535-5327


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Alonso Abugattas

May 4, 2020, 10:46:33 AM5/4/20
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Thanks, that was the overall point I was hoping to achieve.




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