Wyoming Bioblitz

AN ANNUAL CITIZEN SCIENCE PROGRAM RUN IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE NATURE CONSERVANCY AND AUDUBON ROCKIES


Register for the 2017 Wyoming Bioblitz

Audubon Rockies hosted the first BioBlitz in 2008. The Biodiversity Institute joined as a partner in 2014 and has been involved ever since. The BioBlitz is a 24-hour event in which teams of scientists, teachers, volunteers, environmental educators, and community members join forces to find, identify, and learn about as many local plant, insect and animal species as possible.

2017 Registration Form

Affiliation: *
Do you or anyone in your group have life-threatening allergies to animals or plants? *
Do you plan to camp at Peterson Ranch? *
Do you plan to sign up for Professional Teaching Standards Board (PTSB) credit? *
Note that to receive credit, you must participate in all available BioBlitz activities.
Will you participate in GeoCaching on Friday afternoon (3-7pm)? *
Will you attend the keynote presentation by Dennis Knight on Friday evening (7-8pm)? *
Will you participate in the Saturday morning activities at the Pond and Homestead Area (9am-12pm)? *
Will you attend the Chuckwagon Style Dinner ($10/participant)? *
If so, you will be prompted to pay for your dinner(s) after you complete this registration.
Will you participate in the Sunday morning activities (6-10am)?
How did you hear about this event? *
Check all that apply


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By engaging the public in citizen science projects like the  Rocky Mountain Amphibian Project, the Biodiversity Institute hopes to collect vital data on amphibians in the Rocky Mountain region, while simultaneously teaching people about amphibians, their unique life histories, and their need for our help.  

Please consider supporting this project, and other citizen science projects across the Rocky Mountain Region with a donation to the Biodiversity Institute! 

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