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{autotoc enabled=no} The simplest and best way to do your citizen science participation is to ensure you carry your GPS/Web enabled mobile phone with you when exploring our local nature.

Our Project

Mobile Apps

We have reviewed many available third party Mobile Apps with varying levels of web support and App maintenance support. Our pick is maintained by iNaturalist. If you go to iNaturalist you will find App links at the base of their Website pages.

TM Data Projects

For Tamborine Mountain, we have created at iNaturalist the Tamborine Mountain Species Data Project for the Tamborine Mountain Eco-Zone. You can read more about them at those links to their iNaturalist web pages. The Tamborine Mountain Eco-Zone is a good link to bookmark in your Web Browser for future reference.

We will create Projects that you can access through their App for various types of nature data collection. If you have a specific type of Data collection not suitable in our current Projects, please contact us and we can assist with creating and managing a suitable Project data collection model. We would like to do this to help co-ordinate the data collection and management into our TM Database, Australian and International Species Databases.


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