Hey, citizen scientist! Yes, you! We need your help to improve our understanding about distribution, behavior, and ecology of wildlife in Michigan. Help us with some classifications of animals and you'll find a few codes along the way. University of Michigan research teams have placed cameras at a few sites throughout Michigan. Find out how you can look at these images and help out by identifying the animals that you see.
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Awesome badge! I will pass this site on to some of my nature/animal loving friends.
Do you have to register to get the second code?
No Sara, you do not have to register to get the 2nd code. Just go to Getting Started
(Laughing) I stopped between clues, and thought I'd already entered that code! I did do a lot of identifying waiting for the second code to pop up!
I'm not seeing a different code for the 'Get Started' part. I did that without noticing the code. I've re-done it a few times and still the same code in the banner (that I've already entered). ???
How cool, I saw a black bear!
That's so cool! All I've seen are thousands of deer, and one raccoon :(
I saw tons of deer and some turkeys.
I can't get to the second clue either
I classified about 15 photos and can't figure out where the second code is....
The second code is in the tutorial for Michigan ZoomIn. If it doesn't pop up for you when you click "Get Started," look for the "Tutorial" button next to "Task" above the list of animals.
i did what you said but no code
I've decided to quit the summer game and focus on identifying nature cam photos from now on. 😂
This is great. Thanks for promoting it!
This was fun. I was able to identify several animals in the photos.
what was the first code, i got *****wolf*, what was the second code ?
*[please don't include full codes in your comments. thanks! aadl summer game crew]
I saw a deer. What a cool website. Thanks for introducing us to it!
I'm having trouble finding the first code. Any hints?
Thank you for introducing me to this! I've seen a million deer & raccoons, but also a coyote & fox! I'll have to bookmark this :)