BioBlitz II in the Community Forest
This event takes place on the following dates
6/17/2023 at 2:00 PM
6/18/2023 at 7:00 AM

Join the Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve for BioBlitz II in the Community Forest on Saturday and Sunday, June 17 and 18. A BioBlitz is a rapid survey of an area’s biological features conducted by citizen scientists. In this follow-up to our inaugural survey of 2017, volunteers will collect information about the mammals, reptiles/amphibians/fish, birds, and plants that call the Community Forest home.
Activities will commence on Saturday, 6/17, at 2pm and conclude by noon on Sunday, 6/18. The event is free, and camping is available for those who wish to participate on both days. Snacks and dinner will be served to Saturday’s volunteers, and breakfast will be provided on Sunday morning.
Directions: From Marquette, take County Road 550 toward Big Bay for roughly 22 miles. Turn left onto County Road 510 and continue for 2.6 miles. At the junction with the AAA Road, turn left to stay on County Road 510 (gravel), and continue for another 4 miles. Cross the Yellow Dog River bridge, and look for the first driveway on the right. Turn there to park and sign in.
Questions? Contact the Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve office at (906)435-9223 or send a message to

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