I’ve joked about how iNaturalist is like Pokemon Go for real animals. Well, since I started playing the game, I’ve been combining walks for both. And on yesterday’s hike in the local botanical gardens, I took some photos with a few Pokemon in their, um, natural habitats?

(Still not sure why I found so many Electabuzzes in the botanical gardens, though.)

4 thoughts on “iNaturalist is like Pokemon Go for real animals

  1. It was probably a nest pokémon… gardens, graveyards, & parks tend to have “nests” which rotate through different pokémon types that tend to show up for 2(?) or so weeks.

    My first Electrobuzz nest was a walking & native plant preserve that in a previous life was a sewer treatment plant that got turned into a park! 😀

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