Discover and explore your local green space and become a wildlife scientist for a day
“Bio” means ‘life’ and “Blitz” means ‘do something very quickly and intensively’. Together they make ‘BioBlitz’: a fun and exciting event where you can join naturalists, scientists, and volunteers in a race against time to survey of all forms of life in a green space.
Each species you discover is written down to make a wildlife record, helping to monitor the diversity of life in our local parks, gardens and nature reserves.
From pond dipping and bug hunting to bat detectors and bird watching - there is something at a BioBlitz for everyone and you don’t need to be an expert to get involved!
Visit a BioBlitz event near you!
Take part in one of the many BioBlitz events running all over the UK. Every event is different and there are so many amazing spaces to discover and explore. Grab you binoculars and bug pots and find a BioBlitz event near you!
Become a citizen scientist
If you have enjoyed BioBlitz and got a taste for wildlife recording, check out these amazing ways you can contribute to wildlife research across the country
- Last chance to sign up for festival of nature volunteer training - http://t.co/4UW4TZbCLy
- We're going live with our new website today...let us know what you think, and please bear with us as we iron out any glitches!
- We're launching our new website over the next 2 days, so we may be offline at times! If you need to get in touch, email email@example.com
Run Your Own
Thinking about setting up your own BioBlitz event? Join our nationwide network of BioBlitz organisers for networking and support and get your event listed right here in the online programme. Together we'll help you get the most out of your BioBlitz!
Avon Wildlife Trust
BBC Natural History Unit
Bristol City Council
Bristol Zoo Gardens
University of Bristol
University of the West of England
Bristol Natural History Consortium is a charitable partnership of
these 12 organisations. Registered Charity No. 1123432