National Parks BioBlitz

Follow along in real time with National Parks BioBlitz nationwide

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Exciting times ahead! To celebrate 100 years of stewardship, the National Park Service is planning a shared nation-wide quest to discover and document biodiversity. You are invited to be part of the celebration as parks across the country host BioBlitzes, many occurring simultaneously during the week of May 16-22, 2016. Watch the video, and check out the map below to find out which parks are hosting a BioBlitz in 2016!

BioBlitz

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Ready, get set, BioBlitz!

Find a BioBlitz

Use the map below to find a park hosting a BioBlitz, and be sure to visit their website for more information. Each park has a specific iNaturalist project, too -- be sure to explore it.

You can also download a list of parks (PDF 291 KB).


The National Parks BioBlitz coincides with:
  • National Citizen Scientist Day
  • International Migratory Bird Day, May 14
  • Endangered Species Day, May 20
  • National Kids to Parks Day, May 21
  • International Day for Biological Diversity, May 22






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