URL Help - Filter Obs by Location Accuracy

I created a project to track the biodiversity of a state park in Florida near my home and I am very active in trying to document the most amount of species possible.
That being said, it seems like I have about 50 observations that are in the park but that do not appear in the project - Im assuming due to location accuracy.
If indeed that is the problem, I’d like to edit them to include them within the project.

Is there any way I could create a URL to filter for location accuracy greater than say 50m within the state park (Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park).

This is the project’s link https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/bill-baggs-cape-florida-state-park

Thank you!!!

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Here (https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?project_id=150644&ttl=900&place_id=any&verifiable=any&view=species&user_id=4114191) it says I have 305 observations within the park but in the project URL it says I only have 258.

You could make a traditional project and add the observations manually.

You can definitely search for obs by location accuracy, here are all your Florida observations with accuracy above 50 meters: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=21&acc_above=50&user_id=4114191&verifiable=any

Are you sure you meant observations not species though?

I see 443 observations for you on both Explore and the project page, but 288 and 258 for species, because they aren’t being counted the same way in both places.

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