Saturday, June 29, 2019 12:00 p.m.- Sunday, June 30, 2019 12:00 p.m., EDT
A BioBlitz is a biological survey of an area of land that lasts 24 hours. The goal is to get a count of all the living organisms in a particular place. Sponsored annually by the Indiana Academy of Science, the Center at Donaldson is this year's host site and MoonTree Studios will serve as the base of operations and central point for all other activities.
Bring the family out to interact with scientists doing real science and participate in guided tours by area experts . Go on a beetle safari, learn about pollinators, or take a pontoon ride on Lake Galbraith. We will have fun for all ages.
A sack dinner option is available Saturday evening. Join us at night for s'mores around the campfire, an owl prowl through the woods, or help us catch moths and bats for sampling and identification.
To see results from previous Indiana Academy of Science Bioblitz events, click here: https://www.indianaacademyofscience.org/resource-center/bioblitz-events-data