BioBlitz 2016 - Cheyenne, Wyoming

June 10-12, 2016

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The 2016 BioBlitz, held this year at the Belvoir Ranch outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming, will bring together scientists and the public to survey for every type of organism we can find in an area within a couple of days.  The BioBlitz will be a weekend-long event in which teams of scientists, teachers, volunteers, environmental educators, and community members join forces to find, identify, and learn about as many local plant, insect and animal species as possible.

Co-hosted by Audubon Rockies, The Nature Conservancy, the UW Biodiversity Institute and the City of Cheyenne.

 

About Belvoir Ranch

Belvoir Ranch is owned by the City of Cheyenne, one of the partners in planning the 2016 BioBlitz. The Ranch is quite accessible, just off of Interstate 80 a couple of miles.  Click here to learn more about the ranch.

 

 

 Click here to look at the schedule from the 2015 BioBlitz at Heart Mountain Preserve in Cody!

 

Click here to look at the schedule from the 2014 BioBlitz at Red Canyon Ranch in Lander!

© 2016 University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute.