Beaver Brook BioBlitz
Saturday, June 3
(Rain date: June 4)
ALL DAY LONG!
Locations: Hope Goddard Iselin Preserve | Planting Fields Arboretum | Francis Ponds | Shu Swamp
Take part in a day-long survey of the plants, insects, mammals, birds, fish and other wildlife that inhabit the highly significant Beaver Brook watershed which contains hundreds of acres of protected woodlands, wetlands, ponds and meadows.
Here’s how you can get involved!
- Volunteer for a couple of hours or for the whole day as a citizen scientist! Assist experts with identifying and documenting species found. Advance registration required.
- Join our celebration at Planting Fields Arboretum from noon to 2:00 p.m. Accompany naturalists in a walk to explore the Arboretum’s biodiversity and pick up some species identification skills while learning about the vital Beaver Brook corridor. RSVP appreciated.
For more information, please contact Jane Jackson at 516-922-1028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.