A BioBlitz involves a team of scientists and naturalists working with the public to discover and record the life of a park or reserve: everything from brightly-coloured beetles to seldom-seen bats, from cheeky possums to wonderful water-bugs. BioBlitz events include activities for all ages, experienced and novice naturalists, and anyone who wants to contribute and learn.
BioBlitz events are popular internationally. They are a fun way to have scientists, naturalists and the public work collaboratively to collect information about the natural world. They are usually 24-36 hours long, including daytime and night-time activities, and plenty for participants to see and do!
Upcoming BioBlitz events
We are planning more BioBlitz events!
The following BioBlitzes are scheduled pending gaining all of the necessary approvals:
- 28th October: Oaklands Wetland
- 25th November: St Kilda & Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary
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Previous BioBlitz events
2016 BioBlitz events
2015 BioBlitz events
- St Kilda Mangroves BioBlitz (27-28 November)
- Hallett Cove coastal BioBlitz (13 – 14 November)
- Morialta Centenary BioBlitz (18-19 September)
2014 BioBlitz events
Some of our television media…
Our Morialta BioBlitz on SCOPE (www.scopetv.com)