The first “Bio Blitz” on record happened in 1996 at an aquatic park in Washington, D.C. Since the first Bio Blitz the idea has spread around the world.
Bio blitzes are intense periods of biological research in an attempt to record all the living organisms, including plants, animals, insects, fungi and mushrooms within a designated area. The bio blitzes organized by the New Brunswick Museum have taken the idea of a period of intensive study to a whole other level. Instead of one day, they last for two weeks, and include not only legends from the science community, but graduate students, artists and committed amateur naturalists. This work is essential for us to know where we are going on this earth.
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