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Focus on Wildlife - Cleveland Metroparks

Main Project Information
Presented By Cleveland Metroparks
Goal Monitor wildlife populations in the Cleveland Metroparks
Task ID wildlife in camera trap photos
Where Global, anywhere on the planet

Come join Focus on Wildlife -- Cleveland Metroparks and venture into the urban wild. Help identify the creatures found throughout a 23,000 acre park system surrounding Cleveland, Ohio, in the middle of the United States. Cameras are used to detect animals in all kinds of parks, from natural areas to golf courses. Your help is needed to identify animals in the images. The results will be used to test whether ecological theory applies in urban systems and also to look at how people's perceptions of wildness relate to biodiversity.

How to Join
Ideal Age Group High school (14 - 17 years), College, Graduate students, Adults, Families, Seniors
Spend the Time indoors
Type of Activity On a lunch break, Exclusively online, At school, At night, At home
Tags animals, birds, camera trapping, cleveland, mammals, metroparks, nature, ohio, online, trail cameras, wildlife, zooniverse
Project Updated 05/23/2018