Major data sources for the project include nearly 1,300 records — spanning a period from around 1960 to early 2000s — assembled by Ross and Joyce Bell as hand drawn dot maps for each species. Each year we expand the atlas by adding data submitted through the Vermont Atlas of Life’s iNaturalist portal.
If you use this data, please cite this resource and send us a copy of the report or publication. Finally, data management takes time and money. Please consider supporting the atlas by making a donation to our parent project — the Vermont Atlas of Life.
Explore and Download Data
- Explore more than 4,000 records from 17 dataset and growing on the Vermont Atlas of Life Data Explorer.
- View and download Ross and Joyce Bell dot map data at GBIF.
- View and download over 2,000 records at the Vermont Atlas of Life on iNaturalist.