Wyoming BioBlitz

AN ANNUAL CITIZEN SCIENCE PROGRAM RUN IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE NATURE CONSERVANCY AND AUDUBON ROCKIES


The Biodiversity Institute, Audubon Rockies and The Nature Conservancy host an annual 24-hour Bioblitz event in which teams of scientists, teachers, volunteers, environmental educators, and community members join forces to find, identify, and learn about as many local plant, insect and animal species as possible.

The Annual Wyoming BioBlitz

Audubon Rockies hosted the first BioBlitz in 2008.  The Biodiversity Institute joined as a partner in 2014 and has been involved ever since.  The BioBlitz is a  24-hour event in which teams of scientists, teachers, volunteers, environmental educators, and community members join forces to find, identify, and learn about as many local plant, insect and animal species as possible. 

The Annual Wyoming BioBlitz is Co-hosted by Audubon Rockies, The Nature Conservancy and the UW Biodiversity Institute.

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Mission

The Annual Wyoming Bioblittz brings together scientists and the public to survey for every type of organism we can find in an area within a couple of days.  The BioBlitz will be a weekend-long event in which teams of scientists, teachers, volunteers, environmental educators, and community members join forces to find, identify, and learn about as many local plant, insect and animal species as possible.