I have a project on here (https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/sleeping-giant-state-park-biodiversity?tab=observations&subtab=map) and I am running into an issue with auto-population of the collection project from certain users. What I am seeing from searching the forum is that the “uncertainty circle” of the observation is falling outside the place boundary so it is excluded.
This is in Sleeping Giant SP and fullfills all the criteria except the red circle around the observation is larger than the project boundary (Mt. Carmel Av is the southern limit).
Now I did not create the project boundaries so I can’t modify the boundary of the place but is there a way I can modify the “location” of Sleeping Giant State Park’s default circle so it falls 100% within the actual park? I see the red circle is quite large and extends >195 meters around the observation. This default location and circle can be accessed on the upload screen as a type in location and gives the same results every time so every observation using the “Sleeping Giant State Park, Hamden, CT” location will get the same centroid/red circle and will be excluded from the project. I know users can make the circle smaller manually, but we are trying to make the upload process as easy as possible for outreach purposes and it would be far easier if the default uncertainty circle was 100% within the park project!
I hope this makes sense but I don’t see any way to access/edit the default centroids and red circles for various parks in the iNat database. So basically I want the location to have a smaller red circle, and save that so other people can use it as a default for the park.