BioBlitz = Large scale event that engages large numbers of people with biodiversity, inviting the public to get directly involved in surveying and monitoring.
During a BioBlitz event scientists and members of the public work together to survey a natural space; seeking, identifying and recording as many species as possible over a specific time frame.
Also see: Citizen Science = Science which is undertaken with the participation of the wider community of non-scientists.
Naree Station – Naree Station is the latest acquisition of Bush Heritage Australia; an organization that buys land and then manages it in a way that maintains and protects conservation values. In April 2013, scientists from around the country converged on Naree for a bioblitz—a ten day mission to catalogue the ecology of this 14,400 hectare property.
Collecting blitz uncovers 45 new animal species in Tasmania – Every few years groups of taxonomists descend on an area and attempt to describe everything they see.
Just finished a very wet Bioblitz on Tamborine Mountain – the first ever in Scenic Rim, run by WPSQ Scenic Rim. Photo leaf-tailed gecko pic.twitter.com/xJAHeuGNYh
— Ronda Green (@RondaJGreen) October 18, 2017
— Lake Mead (@lakemeadnps) March 1, 2016