Where Stillmeadow Community Fellowship 5110 Frederick Ave, Baltimore, MD 21229, United States
Contact Bonnie Sorak [email protected] 443-799-0349

Join Stillmeadow Community Fellowship, a One Water Partnership congregation,

for their in-person event on Saturday, April 27th, 2024, from 4:00pm-8:00pm

Register HERE

OR you can participate on your own. Go to THIS EVENT PAGE to see how you or your congregation can get involved


Join the City Nature Challenge! Open to people throughout the world and particularly in Baltimore City, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, Howard and Queen Anne's counties. 

Ideas and resources to help you look for, find, attract, and document nature in your house or yard!
Make observations: Friday, April 26th - Monday, April 29th Get Started with iNaturalist

For your nature observations to count for the City Nature Challenge, you’ll need to document what you find and add it to iNaturalist or your city’s chosen platform. All observations you make April 26th -29th will count for the City Nature Challenge! 

Thanks for your interest in the City Nature Challenge. Complete your registration by signing up at the National Aquarium's website at: https://www.aqua.org/Conserve/conservation-initiatives/baltimore-city-nature-challenge

If you are going to do this with your congregation please 

The basic steps are:
1. Download the iNaturalist app and make an account.
2. Take photos of wild plants and animals to make observations. If you know that
what you’re photographing is not wild, mark it as captive/cultivated.
3. Upload your observations to share with the iNaturalist community.
4. Learn more as your finds get identified!
To help you get started with iNaturalist, here are some useful resources - we definitely recommend reading
them and/or watching some of the videos to help you understand how to contribute your observations and how
to become part of this global community.
iNaturalist Getting Started Guide
iNaturalist Guide: making observations, tips for photography & using computer vision, what happens to
your observation once it’s uploaded
Video: How to make an iNaturalist Observation Using the App
Video: How to Add Another Photo to an Observation in the App
Video: How to Mark an Observation as Captive or Cultivated in the App
Video: How to use iNaturalist’s Photo Uploader on the Website
Video: How to take Identifiable Photos