- What tools will you use to do your bioblitz?
- How will you record what you have found?
- Where can you learn more about getting involved with a local bioblitz?
- Bioblitzes are a great example of a citizen science project. Citizen science projects rely on non-experts in a field to help collect data about a certain topic, like animals present in an area or water flow.
- Run your own mini bioblitz by surveying an area around you, or get involved with a local bioblitz!
- What was the coolest thing you discovered during your survey?
- How do you think bioblitzes impact our world?
- How can you teach others about the biodiversity around them?
- Remember to submit your activities on our Scouts for Sustainability Take Action Map
Keep it Simple
- Take a look outside your meeting hall, or visit a nearby park. What wildlife can you see? What plants are around? Make your own scavenger hunt and see what’s in the area without touching or disturbing any of it.
Take it Further
- Do you know of any other citizen science projects in your community? How can you participate in them? Try doing a bioblitz or other citizen science activity in another area or habitat