BioBlitz is a weekend-long survey of plants and animals found at a specific location, conducted by professional biologists and citizens. The location changes every year. Teachers may earn continuing education credits.
What species are present in this location at this time? For locations that have not been surveyed previously, this information is used to establish baseline information about biodiversity. In some cases, the information is compared to earlier surveys, to determine if the species have changed over time.
Project Details:Time Frame: At designated times only
Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon. In 2017, the dates are June 23-25.Time Commitment: Spread over several days
Project Contact Information:Sponsoring Organization: Audubon Rockies
410 Mckean Rd.