La Paz, leader of the world event City-Nature Challenge

La Paz, leader of the world event City-Nature Challenge

Erick Ortega / La Paz

The seat of government is part of the La Paz Nature City Challenge international contest. This contest is a global collaborative effort to document observations of plants and animals in cities.

The city leads in two categories: more observations and more participants. Until 21:00 yesterday, 57,080 observations were registered and 2,965 people participated. In 2019 there were 46,931 observations and 1,500 people participated.

Cell phones are used for registration.
Photo: Carlos Sánchez/Page Seven

This activity is divided into two phases. The first, from April 29 to May 2, consists of taking pictures of any type of wildlife in the gardens, streets, parks and natural areas of the La Paz metropolitan region. The second phase, from May 3 to 8, consists of identifying the species photographed.

La Paz, leader of the world event City-Nature Challenge
After registration, the species must be identified.
photographed.
Photo: Carlos Sánchez / Page Seven
La Paz, leader of the world event City-Nature Challenge
In a lagoon of the forest
of Auquisamaña
species were found.
Photo: Carlos Sánchez / Page Seven
La Paz, leader of the world event City-Nature Challenge
The activity was mainly attended by university students.
Photo: Carlos Sánchez / Page Seven
La Paz, leader of the world event City-Nature Challenge
The day left postcards of nature lovers.
Photo: Carlos Sánchez / Page Seven

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