What amazing biodiversity is in your area? We'd love to know!
By the end of October, the natural world is on full throttle. Flowers are blooming, insects are emerging, birds are singing, and reptiles are coming out of their winter hibernation. It makes sense for the Southern Hemisphere to observe life at this time of year.
The purpose of the Great Southern Bioblitz is to highlight the immense biodiversity spread across the Southern Hemisphere in the flourishing springtime. Also, to engage the public in science and nature learning, using the citizen science platform iNaturalist.
To participate in the event you will need to download the iNaturalist app on your device.