Global results in!

Hi Team,

The global CNC results are in. eThekwini did a lot better than in 2022.

This year we made 15,152 observations from 191 observers, 2,188 species, and 7,162 (47.27%) of observations are RG.

Last year's figures were 12,965 observations, 136 observers, 2,161 species, and 5,984 (46.16%).

On the Southern Africa leaderboard we went from 4th place to 2nd, leapfrogging Overstrand and the Garden Route. City of Cape Town is still top but with a reduced number of observations - 52,712 vs 66,509 in 2022.

So that's a huge feather in our caps! Well done team! We are still 27th on the global leaderboard, but consider this - the global observations stat went from 1,591,564 to 1,848,908 - and we held our position. So did Cape Town at 3rd, but with a smaller gap between them and 4th place.

I'd just like to thank everyone for all their efforts during the 2023 edition of CNC eThekwini Municipality. When Suvarna asked me to champion this year's effort I said it could only be done with a strong team, which we clearly had! I don't want to single out one person because everyone put in a sterling effort, and enough midnight oil was burned to run a power station...

Again thanks, and I'm really looking forward to next year and the Great Southern Biobash in October!


Publicado el mayo 9, 2023 07:28 MAÑANA por stevewoodhall stevewoodhall


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