A growing community of citizen naturalists from around the globe is contributing hundreds of nature observations every day with iNaturalist. You can help, too.
By using the iNaturalist website or smartphone app, local observations can be turned into research-grade Citizen Science data that helps Metro Parks biologists and, ultimately, scientists around the world.
Visit iNaturalist.org to create an account. From there, you can browse using the projects tab to learn more about the Lower Lake Erie Region Citizen Science Inventory. To go mobile, download the free smartphone app from the Apple store or Android marketplace.
Below you'll find the most recent observations to the Lower Lake Erie Region Citizen Science Inventory through iNaturalist.
Watch our YouTube video about the project:
The American sycamore has the largest leaf of any tree in Summit County. The broad, maple-like leaves can measure more than eight inches wide.
Metro Parks, established in 1921, is among the oldest regional park districts in the nation and the second oldest in Ohio.