Kids of all ages are invited to learn about local fish, amphibians, plants, and invertebrates during our annual “BioBlitz” event. Cazenovia College students in the environmental biology and biology programs staff several stations where participants will learn about organisms commonly found in local lakes, wetlands, and forests. This is an annual event normally scheduled for late September or early October.
Participants should wear clothes and shoes that can get wet. There will be hands-on activities such as sampling plants with a rake-toss and attempting to net fish. Fish will also be observed in a temporary “mini-pond.” Additional students from the elementary education program often participate by offering face painting, and students from the environmental biology and biology programs help young biologists keep track of their “BioBlitz” passport, and guide them around the stations (children still must be accompanied by their own adult).
Check out Science Night for another fun annual event!
- Watch video from the 2019 event
- “Cazenovia College Students Make Environmental Learning Fun at BioBlitz” - Students explaining BioBlitz 2019 on Bridge Street (Channel 9, ABC)