Hi, I am an iNat user who is of 13 years and almost 1 month. I identify reptiles from various countries and have a good history of Id’ing them. Is it ok for me to become a curator? And so if it is, please provide information on how to become one. I’ve been there in iNat for about 1 year and know a lot about it. Currently i’m writing about the lizards found in the Indian subcontinent.
Hi, I am an iNat user who is of 13 years and almost 1 month. I identify reptiles from various countries and have a good history of Id'ing them. Is it ok for me to become a curator? And so if it is, please provide information on how to become one
Hi Tejasvi, welcome to the iNaturalist Forum! You can read more about what it means to be a curator on iNaturalist, and how to become one, here: https://www.inaturalist.org/pages/curator+guide
But is it good for me to be a curator?
It depends on what you’re interested in doing with curator tools. For example being a curator isn’t strongly related to having expertise in a particular group of species (like lizards), or even making identifications. Some more info here: https://www.inaturalist.org/curator_applications/new
If you’re interested in sharing knowledge online about lizards further than identifications, writing journal posts or improving Wikipedia articles about lizards might be good places to start.
You may be interested in these other threads:
Thankyou very much :)
That’s why I’m here
Thanks @thomaseverest :)
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