From 22nd to 25th of October, we are embarking on capturing as much biodiversity as possible in the cities of Banyule and Darebin, particularly the Darebin Creek corridor and reserves, as well as the Nangak Tamboree corridor through La Trobe University. Data will be uploaded to the Great Southern Bioblitz umbrella project on iNaturalist.
All forms of life count towards the Bioblitz tally, birds, frogs, pollinators, reptiles, mosses, lichens, and liverworts. You get the idea, just no dogs, cats or humans!
To join the project and for more info, click here.