Beaver Creek BioBlitz

January 1st, 2009 - January 1st, 2011 | PROJECT

A BioBlitz is a rapid biological survey of a property in which as many species from as many taxonomic groups as possible are counted during a 24-hour period. It is used to provide a snapshot of wildlife in any area, and identify any rare or endangered species there. As a volunteer you would participate in training to learn how to collect data during the BioBlitz, and on the day of the event you work with experts to identify species. By participating in the BioBlitz, you get the opportunity to meet and spend time with people who are interested in the environment, and learn about critters in Wisconsin!

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Beaver Creek Reserve Citizen Science Center, Contributor
Sarah Braun, Contact, Beaver Creek Reserve Citizen Science Center


Audience: General Public
Discipline: Ecology | forestry | agriculture | Life science
Resource Type: Project Descriptions
Environment Type: Citizen Science Programs | Public Programs