Gold Coast BioBlitz 2022 – Numinbah Valley

Gold Coast BioBlitz 2022 – Numinbah Valley

Get tickets here A weekend of wildlife surveys for nature lovers! Watergum is holding its third Gold Coast Bioblitz from 25-27 November 2022 in the beautiful Numinbah Valley. There are a wide variety of surveys to join, so you’re sure to find something you love! Go on...
Great Southern Bioblitz with Springfield Lakes Nature Care Inc.

Great Southern Bioblitz with Springfield Lakes Nature Care Inc.

Springfield Lakes Nature Care Inc. is hosting a number of events over the weekend of 29-30 October as part of the Great Southern Bioblitz. Events include:  FRIDAY 28 OCT AT 5:30 PM Great Southern Bioblitz Spotlight Night 9 Waterside Crescent, Springfield Lakes, QLD...
NaturallyGC- iNaturalist Great Southern Bioblitz

NaturallyGC- iNaturalist Great Southern Bioblitz

Reserve your spot here The Great Southern BioBlitz is an ‘international period of intense biological survey by citizen scientists to record all the living species within local government areas across the Southern Hemisphere using the iNaturalist app. You can do this...
Great Southern Bioblitz 2022

Great Southern Bioblitz 2022

Become a citizen scientist and participate in the biggest bioblitz across the southern hemisphere! The Great Southern Bioblitz (GSB) is a worldwide citizen science event which kicks off on the 28 to 31 October 2022 throughout the Southern Hemisphere using the...
Fraser Coast Backyard Bioblitz Spring 2022

Fraser Coast Backyard Bioblitz Spring 2022

Discover the incredible diversity of native plants and animals in the Fraser Coast and Wide Bay region and/or your backyard during the Spring Backyard Bioblitz on the weekend of 8-9 October 2022. This is part of a series of seasonal Backyard Bioblitzes coordinated by...
Fraser Coast Backyard Bioblitz Winter 2021

Fraser Coast Backyard Bioblitz Winter 2021

Discover the wealth of plants, fungi, lichen and animals in the Fraser Coast region during winter, in your own or the wider regional ‘backyard’. You can photograph (or make recordings) of your observations and then upload them on the iNaturalist Australia website....

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