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    2024 Wyoming BioBlitz happening on the Wind River Reservation

    Wyoming State Parks in partnership with Audubon RockiesWyoming Game and Fish DepartmentUniversity of Wyoming Biodiversity InstituteUniversity of Wyoming ExtensionWind River Tribal Buffalo Initiative, and the High Plains American Indian Research Institue to bring the 2024 Wyoming BioBlitz to the Wind River Reservation.

    Discover Wyoming’s natural wonders and contribute to scientific research during the 2024 BioBlitz at the Wind River Tribal Buffalo Initiative Headquarters near Morton, Wyoming. From June 13-15, join us for an exciting event that brings together nature enthusiasts of all backgrounds.

    What is a BioBlitz?

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    The Wyoming BioBlitz is a unique opportunity for people to explore the outdoors, connect with fellow nature lovers, and contribute valuable data to scientific studies. Whether you’re an experienced naturalist or a curious beginner, this event welcomes everyone.

    Wind River Tribal Buffalo Initiative

    For more than a century, conservation buffalo were absent from the Wind River Indian Reservation. The Wind River Tribal Buffalo Initiative and their partners are working to bring them back. At the BioBlitz this year, you will get to be part of this homecoming by surveying the land to quantify the diversity of the plants and animals as reintroduction is underway.

    How Does It Work?

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    Dates: June 13-15, 2024
    Location: Wind River Tribal Buffalo Initiative Headquarters, near Morton, Wyoming
    Activities: 

    • Team up with biologists to search for and document plants and animals.
    • No prior experience required!
    • Contribute to conservation efforts by collecting valuable data.

    Registration: Open now! Don’t miss out—sign up today!

    For more information and to register, visit the official Wyoming BioBlitz website at https://rockies.audubon.org/naturalist/wyoming-bioblitz.

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