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The National Coordinated BioBlitz is a rapid biodiversity assessment that will be occurring on college campuses this year. Led by chapter leaders of the ESA Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity, and Sustainability (SEEDS) program, the event aims to increase awareness of local biodiversity and the importance of environmental stewardship of our remaining wildlife and natural areas. Through a partnership with EarthTrek, citizen scientists from the surrounding communities will join with university students to identify as many species as possible in an effort to classify the ecological quality of those sites of high local interest.

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2012 BioBlitz Sites

University of Vermont
Friday, April 22nd from 4-6
Centennial Woods.
working with refugee youth in the DREAM program

April 16th, 2011, starting at 6 AM
Stanford University Campus
Lake Lagunita (park in lot or on Lomita Drive)

Northern Arizona Bioblitz, in association with the SEEDS Western Leadership Meeting
Friday, April 8, 2011
San Francisco Peaks

University of North Texas
April 16th, 9-12a
Dr. Hargrove's "urban prairie" (for more info)

University of Hawaii
April 29, Time TBA
Manoa Trail



Welcome to the Chapters
participating in 2011

Florida-Atlantic University
Iowa State University
University of Vermont
University of Michigan


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Funding Application for 2011


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Campuses that participated in 2010

University of Michigan
University of North Carolina-Asheville
Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Campus of the College of Menominee Nation
Stanford University Dish and Foothills
University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedas Campus
LIFE BioBlitz-Bayamón, Puerto Rico
University of Puerto Rico at Bayamón
Universidad Metropolitana, San Juan, P.R.



What is a BioBlitz? How can my campus become involved? See our FAQs.

You can be rewarded EarthTrek points for your participation in any of the following BioBlitz programs!