Updated: May 24
We are really looking forward to hosting our first BioArtBlitz! at Sailors Creek, if you would like to get involved on the day as a volunteer or a participant and you have any questions please email us at: email@example.com
With huge thanks to the Budding Nature Team (Sally and Derek at buddingnature.co.uk), to the BTO Youth Team local to us here (British Trust for Ornithology - bto.org), to the team at Butterfly Conservation both locally and nationally (butterfly-conservation.org and cornwall-butterfly-conservation.org.uk), and to Cornwall Wildlife Trust. All these organisations are working passionately and tirelessly, please look them up and support them as much as you can! I will write more about them when things are a little less frantic...
And as a reminder!
What is a BioBlitz? “A BioBlitz is a celebration of biodiversity. It’s an event that focuses on finding and identifying as many species as possible in a specific area over a short period of time. Students, scientists, naturalists, and community members join together in these events to explore the natural world.” (NationalGeographicBioBlitzGuide.pdf)
It’s Flushing Art Week at the end of May and we will be hosting a 24 hour BioArtBlitz! at Sailors Creek incorporating the observation, recording, and identification of as many species across the creek and the land, in as many forms of media as possible. All our findings and responses will then be on display around the site for the rest of half term.
Contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website here: sailorscreekcic.org