Saranac Lake Bioblitz

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Saturday, July 14, 2012 - Sunday, July 15, 2012
6:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location: Saranac Lake, New York

Event Description: Students, faculty/staff, alumni and friends of ESF: Discover the rich array of life in the Saranac Lake area of the Adirondacks!

Events begin at the Saranac Lake Library; most outings are 2-4 hours long with longer trips on Sunday. Expertise is not required; enthusiasm is! Join one or more groups to find and identify species, or explore unique locations including:
* Early-morning birding * Ampersand Mountain
* Fungi * Dewey Mountain
* Amphibians and Reptiles * Lake Colby
* Plants * Spring Pond Bog
* Mammals * the Village center
* Odonates * Saranac River
* Bats * Lake Flower Park

* Special presentation at 6 pm, July 14 by Steve Young, Chief Botanist for the New York Natural Heritage Program focusing on rare plants in the Adirondacks

For more information contact David Patrick (, (518) 327 6174
or Stacy McNulty, Adirondack Ecological Center of SUNY ESF

The Adirondack All-Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI), a collaborative group of professional and citizen-scientists, has hosted bioblitzes in the Adirondacks for 5 years to survey the natural world, and help people learn more about the incredible diversity of life in the park.

Stacy McNulty

Sponsor: Paul Smiths College ATBI, The Wild Center, ESF Adirondack Ecological Center, and ATBI Partners

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