Great Basin National Park BioBlitz
Interested in exploring and learning more about your national park? Every year Great Basin hosts a BioBlitz, where volunteers from all over help us document the biodiversity of our park in a fun, science-filled weekend. The event is free and there are lots of activities for families and kids. Stay tuned for information on our 2017 BioBlitz!
Great Basin's Lint and Restoration Camp
Every year, over 30,000 people go through Lehman Caves and leave pieces of lint and trash behind. The cave has no way of naturally cleaning out this debris, so we have volunteers join our resource management team once or twice a year to help clean out the cave. You can help clean formations, dig up old trails, and maybe find some artifacts from old cave explorers!
This is a fantastic publication to catch the highlights of the research projects going on in the park. Learn about projects involving bats, beetles, and cave signatures! Oh my!
Recent Scientific Publications
Follow the most current research related to the Great Basin. Here you will find a sampling of the most up-to-date scholarly articles pertaining to this park.