Estonia has two bits of legislation specifying the protection status of species in the country (which I just discovered by chance after taking a picture of one of the lowly-protected birds, Dendrocopos medius). There are apparently three tiers. Tiers I and II are defined by this law while the tier III list is here.
This seems like interesting information to store, specially because apparently (loose translation from the Estonian Wikipedia), any species in tier I has specific limitations that seem relevant to iNat: “permission must be sought for recording animal calls and filming and photographing mating and nesting sites”, and “it’s forbidden to openly publish the exact breeding or living location of the species in the media” (which I guess iNat kinda-sorta counts as). As such, any of these should be obscured by default - I imagine most are because of them probably also being endangered worldwide, but :)
Is this a thing that can be added at all? I didn’t find a way to mark a species as being in a list like this, so I assume it needs to be done by either one of these magical curator people or a member of staff? (I’m thinking of just adding the data right now, not any extra obscuring which I assume would need dev time). The list is small enough it could be added by hand, if possible at all.