Take part in EuroBioBlitz 2023!

EuroBioBlitz is a Europe-wide wildlife recording event taking place on the 29th and 30th of September 2023. Anyone across the continent can support ecological research by uploading photos of their local wildlife to the iNaturalist app.

How to take part:

You can take part as an individual, by simply uploading photos of your local wildlife that you see on the 29th and 30th of September 2023. Alternatively, you could go that one step further by organising a walk to help your local community, friends or colleagues to discover the wildlife that’s on their doorstep. To receive free information, guidance, and resources to help you along the way, head to www.bnhc.org.uk/eurobioblitz-2023 where the Natural History Consortium will be able to support you run your own mini event to record wildlife during EuroBioBlitz 2023. This could range from a short walk using iNaturalist to record the wildlife that you see around your workplace, to a full-day BioBlitz event with activities like pond-dipping and expert-led guided walks – you decide!

Resources for EuroBioBlitz are available in English, Spanish, French, Polish, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Swedish.

Join the EuroBioBlitz project page on iNaturalist

You can "join" the project page to get journal post updates, and to see records being added in real time across Europe during the event! Search for EuroBioBlitz2023 on the iNaturalist projects page, or click here to take you directly to the EuroBioBlitz 2023 project page.

Who is organising EuroBioBlitz 2023?

The #EuroBioBlitz2023 is organised by The Natural History Consortium (based in the West of England, UK) as part of INTERSECTIONS a collaborative initiative focused on supporting researchers across Europe. In partnership with Berlin School of Public Engagement and Open Science and the Global Science Show, supported by UKRI.

Posted on 17 July, 2023 13:09 by giselle_s giselle_s


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