Bay Area BioAtlas
The distribution of the Bay Area’s unique plants and animals are already shifting in response to land use and climate change. As a baseline for monitoring these changes, the Bay Area BioAtlas seeks to build reserve-level Species Guides of where these plants and animals persist and where they are absent. The BioAtlas consists of a network of participating reserves working together to assemble comprehensive, standardized checklists of all vertebrates, plants, butterflies, and dragonflies harbored within their boundaries. The BioAtlas partners with iNaturalist’s growing community of citizen scientists to collect new records, and coordinate with Calflora’s library of 21,000 checklists to ensure these valuable distribution data are available to conservationists. Explore the map to browse completed Species Guides.
See more info here on BayAreaLands.org