Citizen Science

To help with monitoring the biodiversity at its Conservation Areas, the RRCA is encouraging visitors to engage their inner biologist and identify the various plant and animal species they find at Cooper Marsh, Charlottenburgh Park, and Gray's Creek Conservation Areas by using iNaturalist’s free Seek mobile app

The Seek app, available for both iOS and Android, is a powerful and easy to use tool for the local community to help in biodiversity monitoring. Visitors to the RRCA's Conservation Areas can identify and learn about the plants and animals found at the Marsh simply by snapping a picture on their phone. Then, with the push of a button, the location of their observations can be shared to iNaturalist, providing the RRCA with valuable data about the species living in the marsh.

Download the Seek app

Download the Seek User Guide

Download the iNaturalist app


Observation results can be found below:

iNaturalist: Cooper Marsh 

iNaturalist: Charlottenburgh Park

iNaturalist: Gray's Creek