LEO Network

Who is a LEO Network Observer?

An "Observer" refers to a LEO Network member who has submitted an observation to the Network. Observers are considered experts by the LEO Network, because they have particular knowledge of an area and/or topic. Good observers can often detect subtle changes and provide insights into causes, connections and the significance of the event.

LEO Network encourages participation by Observers of all ages and from different backgrounds. If you are familiar with a special place or area, are perceptive of changing conditions, can write a story and take a good picture, then you have the key qualities for being a Observer.

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Last Updated May 24, 2016

Tara Balluta identifying invasive species in Nondalton, Alaska.