Be ready to purchase your trip ticket at 9am on Monday the 28th of September.
BioBlitzes are our annual festival of citizen science in nature – to date we have taken more than 500 people out into the Tarkine wilderness to observe and record more than 1800 species of flora, fauna and more.
This year, instead of our usual large event based out of Riverbend, we’ll be running six field trips out off different parts of the Tarkine – Corinna, New Haven, Que River, Rapid River, Mount Bertha and the Tarkine Coast.
Some of these field trips will be remote style wild camping, while others will be based at local accommodation providers with limited beds available. For further information about trip options, you can read more here.
You can read about each field trip by clicking here, and be ready to purchase your trip ticket at 9am on Monday the 28th of September. You will only be able to attend one camp, so please make sure you have read the full details to choose your own adventure.
While spaces on these field trips will be highly sought after, we want to reassure our keen citizen scientists and supporters that we will have other exciting citizen science events happening over summer – so this won’t be your only opportunity to engage in science in the forests.
We also recognise that border restrictions mean our interstate friends will be unable to join us this year, but we look forward to welcoming you back to our regular BioBlitzes in years to come.