Saturday, June 25th from 9:30am-2:30pm
Join us for a BioBlitz in the New Hampshire Audubon McLane Center pollinator habitat! We are looking to engage others to help us learn more about all that is living in our pollinator habitat. A BioBlitz is a community science effort where volunteers help find and record data on as many different species (plants, animals, insects, fungi) within a designated location and time period. We are excited to have a number of local experts who will join us to lead participants as we explore the biodiversity on this site.
9:30am: Introduction to the BioBlitz
10:00-11:30am: Expert led field trips (choose one)
12:30-2:00 Expert led field trips
Share out our findings
*also, the Nature Store will be open!
Registration is required for this free event (group numbers will be limited with each expert). Please use this link to register and sign up for your field trip of choice for the morning and afternoon sessions.
If you are able, please join Conservation Program Director Marc Nutter for a short presentation covering the history and value of the iNaturalist community science platform on Thursday June, 16 at 7pm. He will lead us through the process of creating an account and submitting observations using your mobile device. He will also go over how to be involved in our BioBlitz and what to expect.
If you have already made an iNaturalist account to join us on 6/25, please join this project to submit your observations for our BioBlitz total.
Some useful links to review before the presentation: