Jetzt sitze ich hier an "meiner" Stelle in einem der großen Wiener Parks. In den letzten Wochen und Monaten war es beindruckend, hier die Natur erwachen zu sehen und die Vielzahl an Arten von Wildkräutern und Frühlingsblumen, die den Park in ein Blumenmeer verwandelt haben. Die Biodiversität war vielschichtig, da eine Wildblume ja nicht f...
 As a next step to build up the NatureSptos platform for nature observation and sharing moments from out in the wild, we have launched this new blog on the website. The blog system is designed as an open space and in the future there will also be the possiblity to just login with your SPOTTERON user account and start you own blog page. Th...

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Hey, do you love Nature?

Observing and learning about nature is fun and can help to protect our environment. In the NatureSpots App, you can put up all kinds of nature sightings - from species to habitats. Join up and help to build a biodiversity data set and share your photos!


Create your account or download the NatureSpots App for your Smartphone now to join the community!

NatureSpots App with plants and leavesNatureSpots is a non-profit and 100% community-driven project. We run it because we love to discover our world and share our findings with others. The app does not contain any ads and we do not get money from this project at all. Download the App on your Smartphone and join up!

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Want to partner up for a new biodiversity experience?

We are looking for partners, who are interested in biodiversity data, Citizen Science and being part of a modern and unique app. NatureSpots App is running on the SPOTTERON Citizen Science platform and provides a wide range of interactive features. For partners, we can provide communication tools, access to the data administration interface and download of occurrence records without any costs.

Please get in contact via if you are interested in joining NatureSpots with your organization! Let's talk about the future of biodiversity monitoring and how we can work best together!