About the BioBlitz:
Woodbridge Township is partnering with The Rutgers Wildlife Conservation and Management Program to host the 2017 Ernie Oros Wildlife Preserve BioBlitz this June 2017!
A BioBlitz is a 24-hour race against time to count as many species as possible in an area. Teams of scientists, students, and community members come together to find and identify plants, birds, mammals, frogs, lizards, turtles, snakes, and insects! There will be special events and activities for the public to take part in, including walks and talks led by scientists from Rutgers University.
Come join us on June 3rd from 9am - 3pm (registration begins at 8:00am) at the Ernie Oros Wildlife Preserve on Omar Ave in Avenel for this special opportunity to discover the diversity of life right in our own backyards in Woodbridge Township.
Rain or Shine:
In the event of extreme weather circumstances please check the Woodbridge Township website for information on how to proceed.
Questions? Please call: 732-602-6057 or email: Thomas.Flynn@twp.woodbridge.nj.us
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