Interested in nature? - looking for a great day out?
You are invited to Bayfordbury to take part
in a bioblitz.
This is a free event with a range of interesting & fun activities.
Bring a packed lunch and make it
a day out to remember!
This event takes place on the 2nd and 3rd of July 2011 at the University of Hertfordshire’s
Bayfordbury Campus, near Hertford.
What is a Bioblitz? Well, its an audit of as many species
as we can find on the site. With your help experts will survey the site identifying and collecting as many species as we can
over the week end.
Who is taking part? We have local and national experts & the Bioblitz
team running activities. Members of the local community, university students, school and other community groups are encouraged
to come and participate.
The Bioblitz is supported by the University of Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire Natural History
Society, OPAL East of England (Open Air Laboratories) and the Environment Agency (north east Thames).
taking place: include floral identification, insect collection, fish and plankton surveys, pond dipping, butterfly
and tree identification along with a tour of the Clinton Baker Pinetum. Over night we will be hedgehog lamping, malaise trapping,
moth trapping with the Hertfordshire moth group and bat detecting.
Where to find us? Bayfordbury
Field Centre, University of Hertfordshire. Lower Hatfield Rd, Hertford, Herts. SG13 8LD.(On the B158 from Hertford to Essendon).
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