They describe themselves as a "Facebook for Nature" - it's basically a place where you can post photos of any living organism, plot it on a google map, and if you happen to know what it is, identify it. If you don't know what it is, you can ask the community for their input - apparently over 90% of new contributions are identified within the first 24 hours! They've just passed the 100,000 observations mark a few days ago.
Or maybe, get together with some friends and do your own "bioblitz" and catalogue an entire area (big or small).
And if you're a nature fundi, you can help others identify their mystery observations or simply contribute to plotting the biodiversity that exists within our very own backyard here in the Garden Route.
Click on the image above to check out their neat website!