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
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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)