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Looking for Critters

Yesterday and today  I had the pleasure of attending a bioblitz at Whiterock Conservancy. Bioblitzes are events in which a number of people get together and try to identify as many species of particular groups as they can within a … Continue reading

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The last couple of days I attended a bioblitz at Whiterock Conservancy.  A bioblitz is a social event in which participants attempt to identify as many organisms, usually within specific groups, as possible. Here, Tom Rosburg is leading a group … Continue reading

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Bioblitzing for Dragonflies

Yesterday I was able to participate in a bioblitz that was hosted by Whiterock Conservancy.  Whiterock Conservancy is a fairly new, privately owned nature and outdoor recreation preserve in Iowa. Because of time constraints, I was only able to participate … Continue reading


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