Utica Marsh BioBlitz Results

The first BioBlitz at Utica Marsh was held on Saturday, June 27, 2009. Congratulations to all participants!

What is a BioBlitz? It’s a one-day intensive survey of all living organisms in a designated area. Why run a BioBlitz? (1) to document which species live in our area to understand local nature better and to provide a baseline for management of Utica Marsh; and (2) to raise awareness in the greater Utica area about the living things that are around us. The BioBlitz was sponsored by the Utica Marsh Council, NYSDEC, and Hamilton College.

See the results at: http://academics.hamilton.edu/biology/ewilliam/bioblitz/

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