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Greater Montreal Area
5189.14
BioScore
                
    Locality  (5.0x)
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   Greater Region  (12.5x)
Administrative boundary of Greater Montreal (Québec, Canada) for the City Nature Challenge, covering the rich and diverse habitats found within the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal.
22,429
Identifications
21,446
Observations
1,566
Species
1,071
People (0  active)
From - 2021-02-27

To - 2024-02-28

Observation Score
Species Score
Activity Score
Total vs Locality
0.0 %
0.0 %
0.0 %
Total vs Greater Region
0.0 %
0.0 %
0.0 %
This Year vs Total
0.0 %
0.0 %
0.0 %
Last Two Years vs Total
100.0 %
100.0 %
100.0 %
Top Species
1.
Turdus migratorius
644
2.
Melospiza melodia
609
3.
Agelaius phoeniceus
580
4.
Branta canadensis
565
5.
Cardinalis cardinalis
533
6.
Anas platyrhynchos
496
7.
Poecile atricapillus
478
8.
Colaptes auratus
450
9.
Corvus brachyrhynchos
440
10.
Spinus tristis
437
Top Observers
1.
Yves Gauthier (Mtl)
309
2.
kcollin
285
3.
Denis Tétreault
244
4.
argusbioadventures
240
5.
phil_crimson
233
6.
Daniel Ouellette
223
7.
trejdil
212
8.
Mathias & Sharon Mutzl
210
9.
Richard Guillet
210
10.
Kevin Verreault
192
Recent Observations
Past Contests
For observations made between 2022/04/29 and 2022/05/02
Submissions accepted up to 2022/05/08
Started in 2016 as a competition between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the City Nature Challenge (CNC) has grown into an international event, motivating people around the world to find and document wildlife in their cities. Run by the Community Science teams at the California Academy of Sciences and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, the CNC is an annual four-day global bioblitz at the end of April, where cities are in a collaboration-meets-friendly-competition to see not only what can be accomplished when we all work toward a common goal, but also which city can gather the most observations of nature, find the most species, and engage the most people in the event.
15,730
Identifications
14,873
Observations
1,087
Species
674
People
For observations made between 2022/04/14 and 2022/04/16
Submissions accepted up to 2022/04/20
Started in 2016 as a competition between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the City Nature Challenge (CNC) has grown into an international event, motivating people around the world to find and document wildlife in their cities. Run by the Community Science teams at the California Academy of Sciences and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, the CNC is an annual four-day global bioblitz at the end of April, where cities are in a collaboration-meets-friendly-competition to see not only what can be accomplished when we all work toward a common goal, but also which city can gather the most observations of nature, find the most species, and engage the most people in the event.
2,856
Identifications
2,768
Observations
218
Species
182
People