2nd Annual Bioblitz! a Success
828 Species discovered in 24 hours!
May 14-May 15, 2004
In cooperation with Beaver Lake Nature Center
Faculty, staff, students and alumni worked to locate and identify the biota on 650 acres of forest, lake, and wetland. Species found include higher plants, mosses, ferns, fungi, invertebrates, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Participants...
Joined and observed a creative game of "Biological Jeopardy" while the scientists cataloged results of the inventory
Listened to the results and interpretation: Total numbers, rare/threatened/endangered species, general comments
- Enjoyed the natural attractions and exhibits at a beautiful Onondaga Co. park
- 2003 Results
Give Your Support!
Before the Bioblitz, donors pledged on a per-species basis. Even though it's over until next year, your fixed amount gift is still welcome. Your “Dollars for Diversity” will be used to fund EFB graduate scholarships for conservation research and natural history workshops.
- Printable Donation Form (pdf)
EFB is also seeking gifts of $15,000 and above to support conservation exhibits and educational outreach programs at the College’s new “Discovery Center.” For more information about the Discovery Center, please contact Andy Saunders at 315-470-6759 or firstname.lastname@example.org.