Join NEON's Project BudBurst Fall into Phenology Campaign by contributing your photos of plants around the United States and Puerto Rico between September and October 2013.
How do I participate?
See It: Observe plants with Project BudBurst where you live, work, or play during September and October.
Snap it: Take photos of the plants you see.
Upload it: Upload your photos to the Project BudBurst Flickr Site. Your photo may be chosen for use on the Project BudBurst website, social media sites, or materials!
NEON's Project BudBurst Fall into Phenology campaign
The fall equinox, September 22nd, is a notable time of year because it marks the changing of seasons. You can help all of us better understand how plants change this autumn season by observing plants in your neighborhood, schoolyard, or community. Although the fall equinox is just one day, the Fall into Phenology campaign is much longer, giving you plenty of time to observe the plants in your area! The Fall Into Phenology field campaign runs from September 1st to October 31st every year.
Learn more about the campaign at budburst.org/fall
Photo Sharing Instructions
Upload your photo on Flickr here and add the tag GreatNature. Your photos must be public and publicly searchable to be shared with the Great Nature Project. Read more about those settings here. If your photo includes an animal, add the tag animal (in addition to GreatNature) so your photo will help achieve a Guinness World Records® Title for the Largest Online Photo Album of Animals. It’s also helpful to include as much information as you can in the tags, to share where the photo was taken and what’s in it. Read more about tags on Flick here.