Threatened Species Krushka's Bioblitz
Time & Location
About the Event
In the week of National Threatened Species Day we're holding a day of citizen science flora and fauna surveys in the threatened forests of Krushka’s, as well as skill sharing on how to use tools such as remote fauna camera traps, acoustic monitoring, and night vision scopes to record Rare, Threatened and Endangered (RTE) species in the area that can help us get patches of forest protected. Kruska’s Bioblitz will involve a series of small group expeditions into the forests, so RSVP early to make sure you get your spot on these surveys and are the first in the know about survey opportunities and training. If you've got science survey skills to share and want to nominate yourelf to lead a flora or fauna survey, get in touch. We are a community run organisation, and the more knowledge, skills and energy the better for this week in the forests.
The Krushka’s Bioblitz will use Smartphone Apps including Frog ID App, eBird APP, Platypus Spot APP, Echidna CSI APP and the iNaturalist App to make sure all our recordings are entered into the Atlas of Living Australia national biodiversity database, and the Tasmanian Natural Values Atlas.