Is there a way to identify the county in which an observation is made when the displayed location is other than a county?
Use case. I was asked about the distribution of Cypripedium acaule in Georgia (USA). My go-to resource only listed a few counties and it occurred to me to search iNat for observations.
Problem. If an observation is made within the jurisdiction of a town, National Forest etc., those are listed as the geographic location. In this case of towns, I could google the town name and get the county location. For locations such as National Forests, I had to consult a county map for Georgia and try to guess the county in which the observation had been made when it had been made near a county border in a National Forest that spanned several counties.
So my question is whether I’m missing some easy way to identify the county in these cases.