Sat, Apr 27|
Join WFSU Public Media, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and Coastal Plains Institute for EcoCitizen Day, a part of the 2019 City Nature Challenge!
Time & Location
Apr 27, 2019, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Railroad Square, 602 Mc Donnell Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32310
About the event
This is part of the City Nature Challenge, which runs from April 26-29. We're competing with over 100 cities around the world to see who can observe the most species using iNaturalist. We want Leon County to win!
Home base is the Market Space, which is adjacent to the FAMU Way playground. Join us for kids activities, entertainment, and PBS KIDS' character Nature Cat. From there, you can head out to one of three locations for a bio-blitz using iNaturalist. The goal is to use iNaturalist to photograph and identify as many plant and animal (and mushroom, moss, lichen...) species as possible.
This event is funded by PBS Nature. Their producers are busy planning an ambitious multi-day broadcast set to air on WFSU-TV just after EcoCitizen Day. Check out our Facebook event for more updates!