September 5 @ 10:30 am - September 6 @ 1:30 pmFREE
Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th September 2020
A Bioblitz is a 24 hour event involving rapid collection of data about the biological diversity of a particular site; enabling scientists and other experts to identify as many plant and animal species as can be found in this limited time frame, It doesn’t provide a complete inventory of species, but rather a ‘snapshot’ of the species that occur in the area.
Where will it be held?
Carrah Farm, near Calingiri
Thanks to host Sarah and Geoff Mason
A working arable farm with 350ha of remnant Wandoo-Salmon Gum woodland and creeklines to explore…
Camping area with toilets and camp kitchen
5th – 6th September 2020
Meet and Register at Carrah Farms Saturday 5th September 10:30am (welcome to camp Friday 4th Sept evening)
Survey sessions will be Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning
Finish Time will be 1:30pm Sunday 6th September
This free event is open to EVERYONE – you don’t have to be a native flora and fauna whizz to join in. If you’re keen on nature, want to learn about the natural environment around you, meet new friends and don’t mind camping then WE WANT YOU
Organised by Moore Catchment Council as part of a State Natural Resource Program grant.
For further information, please contact:
Rachel Walmsley email or phone/SMS 0409 296 264