iNaturalist is a citizen science project focused on biodiversity. It has a large community of enthusiasts, of which some are also active in the various Wikimedia communities. The Wikiproject iNaturalist aims at improving the cross-pollination between iNaturalist and Wikimedia communities. Wikimedia Commons is an ideal platform to source iNaturalist with observations while iNaturalist with its high-grade annotations of observations provides valuable references to Wikidata statements. "Research grade" observations are incorporated into other online databases such as Global Biodiversity Information Facility. iNaturalist supports many Wikimedia-compatible licensing options, including CC0), Creative Commons Attribution and Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike. Wikipedia articles are also used on iNaturalist to describe individual taxa.
I would like to propose to explore how the two platforms can benefit from each other. This would be split around an outdoor and in indoor session. For the outdoor session, you are invited to bring along your smartphone and/or camera where would go observe the wildlife surrounding the venue.
The second (indoor) session will be used to process the possibly annotated observations in Wikidata, Commons and Wikipedia. For both session it is beneficial to have an account on iNaturalist and possibly the app installed on your tablet or phone.