Little Forks Conservancy is participating in the MSU Science Festival BioBlitz event for the entire month of April!
Host sites, such as Little Forks, invite people to come to their property and photograph different species for iNaturalist. This year’s theme is to look for signs of spring, such as birds returning from migration and flowers blooming, but observations of all kinds are welcome!
iNaturalist is a collective effort, where users help each other by providing or confirming identifications. Skill levels of users vary, so people of all ages and knowledge can participate!
Little Forks Conservancy is inviting people to collect observations for Averill Preserve, Forestview Natural Area, and Riverview Natural Area.
MSU Science Festival coordinators will introduce the BioBlitz project and all the host sites on April 5th 12-1pm on zoom. On April 26th, an additional zoom meeting will be held to go over highlights from the events again from 12-1pm.
Click the button below to go to MSU's 2022 BioBlitz website and register for MSU webinars.
Written by Huron Pines AmeriCorps member Erin Dodd. Huron Pines AmeriCorps is a program of Huron Pines and is supported in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service, Michigan Community Service Commission, Huron Pines, and contributions from host sites.