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Hear More About Hiking Indiana Dunes on this Youtube Video;
Hikers and Naturalists Will LOVE this Video with Indiana Naturalist Ron Seman talking about his Hiking Adventures at the Indiana Dunes! Learn about the the 2022 BioBlitz iNaturalist FREE App for your smart phone, the Shirley Heinze Land Trust nature preserves; Indiana Dunes National Park; Monarch Butterflies Migration; our very own Salamander species at Wolf Lake Hammond In; the Heron Rookery in Michigan City; Native Plant Sale at Friends of Indiana Dunes, Inc. Office (New Location in 2022) the NEW Brinka Cross Gardens a part of the Porter County Parks and Recreation; Great Lakes Marsh in Miller Beach; Ambler Flatwoods Hiking Trail in Michigan City and the Sandhill Cranes at Miller Beach, Gary, IN and much more. #BioBlitz #MonarchButerfly #Salamander #Ecology #Bio-Diversity #IndianaDUnes #IndianaDunesHiking #Hiking #hikingadventures #sustainability #ecologylife #biodiversity #CranhillCranes #HeronRookery #iNaturalist #Wildflowers
It’s with great excitement that the 3rd BioBlitz was held in Indiana Dunes Region, where Chicago scientists and the public come together for a 4 day BioBlitz. A Biodiversity Blitz, or BioBlitz, is a rapid assessment of what lives in a particular area at a given point in time. Biodiversity, the variety of living things, is often discussed in terms of the rain forest or the ocean, not somewhere familiar or local like the Indiana Dunes in Northwest Indiana.
The 2022 Bioblitz Dates were: Fri April 29; Sat. April 30th; Sunday May 1st ; Monday May 2nd, 2022. Organized teams converged on the Calumet Region, Indiana Dunes, and the Shirley Heinze Nature Preserves to conduct an extensive inventory of the surprising biodiversity living within the industrial landscape of landfills, refineries, and abandoned steel mills. Beyond those doing the field work there are many community organizations that ensure meaningful participation for the public.
These past several months have been challenging. Many of us have taken refuge out of doors, or found hope and inspiration in the splendor of nature by admiring spring flowers and wildlife from our windows (or computers).
Our natural world unceasingly supports and inspires us when we need it most. Will you now help us support our natural world?
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