GeckoWatch - Data | Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

The first L.A. County record of a Mediterranean House Gecko (Hemidactylus turcicus) came through NHM's citizen science program. This photo and observation were made by Will and Reese Bernstein.
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GeckoWatch Contact Information

General Inquiries
email: geckowatch@nhm.org
telephone: 213.763.3535

Richard Smart
Coordinator, Citizen Science
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
telephone: 213.763.3535

Greg Pauly
Curator, Herpetology
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
gpauly@nhm.org

You can also follow Herpetology Section happenings on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LACMherps.

Want to learn more about urban nature? Check out our L.A.'s Urban Nature blog
http://www.nhm.org/nature/blog.

 

GeckoWatch Data

To view the GeckoWatch data, visit our project page on iNaturalist: http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/geckowatch.

On the project page you will be able to view a map of observations that have been submitted, see who has contributed, and how many contributions each person has made. You can also sign up to iNaturalist and start contributing your own observations, help identify gecko submissions, and comment on observations from you and others.  You can also read journal posts from the GeckoWatch team.