Bioblitz 2010 at Seacoast Science Center

Scientists, Experts, and Field Naturalists:  The Seacoast Science Center would like to personally invite you to join us for Bioblitz 2010 at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye, NH on Saturday September 18th.  Over the last eight years of Bioblitz, scientists and experts like you have helped us identify over 1,700 species of organisms in 135 acres of Odiorne Point. We need your help to continue our success in monitoring biodiversity on New Hampshire’s seacoast. If you  are unaware of what a bioblitz is all about, it is much like an extreme nature scavenger hunt in which we try to identify as many species as possible in a short amount of time. We have a diversity of habitats to cover which is why we need a diversity of experts to help us identify seaweeds, plankton, birds, beetles, grasses, and much more. The event is a great way to get out of the lab or office and remember what field science is all about! (or experience it for the first time) Feel free to tell your colleagues, students and friends about the event. Food will be provided to registered participants. To sign up for the event, simply follow this link Thank you for supporting environmental education and fostering an understanding of biodiversity by attending Bioblitz 2010.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

%d bloggers like this: