Hosted by the Schoodic Institute, the goal of the BioBlitz is to collect, sort, and identify as many species of arthropods of a specific group as possible within a 24 hour period. It combines the collective efforts of experts, advanced amateurs, interested naturalists and beginners. All are welcome! The weekend event takes place in July and includes a free public program on Sunday. Find out more on our BioBlitz page.
All lodging, meals, course materials, and in-class transportation provided. Lodging consists of air-conditioned dorm rooms (2 people/room) with a shared bathroom. Hot meals are served on campus with box lunches provided for field trips. Field trips will include moderate hikes on the peninsula and at various locations across Mount Desert Island, travel by van, wading in shallow wetlands and coastal habitats.
Accreditation: University of Maine CEU - Conference Services
For more information call: 207-288-1312 or visit http://www.schoodicinstitute.org/.
Last updated: December 21, 2015