There is an “About” tab for each taxon that usually links to a Wikipedia page; if the latter does not exist sometimes it links to EOL etc. but if all fails a template a provided to create a Wikipedia page, e.g. https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/973358-Pocillopora-acuta
However, the vast majority of subspecies/varieties do not have a Wikipedia page, in those cases a template comes up to create a redirect to the species page, e.g. https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/210117-Tringa-semipalmata-semipalmata
I think these redirect templates are not useful; the average reader does not know what to do with it and has no clue that a Wikipedia page for the species exists. The redirect on the Wikipedia side is useless and only serves to satisfy that “About” tab on iNat: if anyone searches for Tringa semipalmata ssp. semipalmata outside of iNat, most search engines would find the Wikipedia Tringa_semipalmata page, no redirect needed.
So I suggest instead of a redirect template, simply link to the species page, e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tringa_semipalmata for Tringa semipalmata ssp. semipalmata and Tringa semipalmata ssp. inornata.