Using iNaturalist to Bring the Smokies Alive
Nature-writer and editor Korrin Bishop will be presenting, “Using iNaturalist to Bring the Smokies Alive”. Korrin Bishop works with passions for both mission-driven work and the great outdoors. Her writing is heavily influenced by a sense of place, as over time she has found home amongst California’s redwoods, Washington, D.C. ‘s cherry blossoms, Oregon’s caves, South Dakota’s badlands, Florida’s Everglades, and Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains. Korrin was a 2020 writer-in-residence at Sundress Academy for the Arts in Knoxville. She is currently working on hiking every trail in Great Smoky Mountains National Park and earning her certification as a Tennessee Naturalist. She has written for Misadventures Magazine, Sierra Magazine, Smokies Life, and Fodor’s Travel, among others.
During her presentation, you will learn about iNaturalist. iNaturalist is a citizen science app that goes beyond the basic identification of plants, animals, fungi, and other species. In this talk, writer and avid iNaturalist user Korrin Bishop will cover the app’s wide range of uses through the lens of Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP).
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Our meetings are still virtual. See this location for the day and time. The Zoom link will be posted about a week prior to the meeting. Thank you for your interest. https://scnps.org/event/november-upstate-monthly-meeting-using-inaturalist-to-bring-the-smokies-alive