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Natural Areas Bioblitzes

A Bioblitz is a fun walk led by a professional naturalist to identify any or all of the mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, insects, wildflowers, trees, shrubs in a specific publicly-owned section of the Christina River Natural Area.  Christina River Natural Area is comprised of lands in the Christina Corridor having exceptional natural and ecological values that are recognized by listing on Delaware’s Natural Areas Inventory maintained by DNREC.  Beginning in 2013, Bioblitz information obtained is stored permanently as part of a biological baseline.

Bioblitzes to date:

June 7, 2014 – Whitewood Village, New Castle County Parkland

June 8, 2013 – Treking Through the Magnus Woods

June 2, 2012 – Birding in Lewden Green Park

Keep checking this page at ChristinaConservancy.org for upcoming events.
You can also contact our partners at the Delaware Nature Society for other opportunities to volunteer.


Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

 Abott’s Millabbottsmillinformz  Ashland Nature Centerashlandnaturecenterinformz  DuPont Environmental
Education Centerdeecnaturecenterinformz
If you are interested in any of these volunteer opportunities, please contact Hannah Starke, Delaware Nature Society Volunteer Coordinator, 302-239-2334 ext. 111. You can also apply online.