Bio Blitz is a great event that takes place over a 24-hour period in various locations around the country. The aim is to record as many different specieis as possible in each location.
The poster tells you all you need to know. Volunteer if you can. If you’re interested in helping out at a particular site, please contact The National Biodiversity Data Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 051 – 306240.
Find the full-size poster here.
Unfortunately, I cannot help out, as I will be meeting and greeting as many people as possible in the RDS at The Adventure Weekend. So if you cannot volunteer at one of the five sites taking part in this year’s Bio Blitz, then pop by the RDS and say hello, from May 20 thru 22.
Congratulations to Ballycroy National Park, who did fantastically well, recording over 700 species in the 24-hour period. Must have been fun.