|I use Trek Nature perhaps differently than you.
I use TN more like a photographic Wikipedia, seacrhing for photos of animals that I am interested in, or looking to see what kind of animals can be found in specific location.
The quality of photos is, for me, not as important as the information provided in the photo. A bad photo of black rhinos mating is more interesting to me than an excellent photo of a wildebeest feeding, say.
So I don't look at all the new uploads to see what photos are being added, I almost alway go straight to search by species or location.
I have uploaded only a dozen or so photos in the last 3 years, and those photos are what I think others may find interesting. I know very little about the animals and find little or nothing to say about my photos other than what can be easily looked up in Wikipedia and such websites. I certainly do not know enough to dispute or add to anyone else's photos/comments.
I posted some photos of Brydes whales found in the gulf of Thailand recently as it was rarely seen in this area, and I knew something about their feeding behavior. I hope someone may find this information useful.
damselflies mating (2)