Maryland Biodiversity Project
The Maryland Biodiversity Project (MBP) is cataloging all of the living things in Maryland. Their goal is to promote education and conservation by helping to build a vibrant nature study community. The project was started in June of 2012 by Bill Hubick and Jim Brighton. They have cataloged over 14,000 species, including over 5,000 with photographs, and features the work of over 300 naturalists and photographers.
Baltimore Sun Article: Tracking Maryland’s Biodiversity One Creature at a Time, http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/anne-arundel/annapolis/bs-md-ar-biodiversity-20130908,0,3173123,full.story
The Biodiversity Project YouTube Video: http://youtu.be/qsq6_2qtQew