Bio Blitz - Little River Springs
Fun Event for Anyone
How many species can you identify in one day? Join Suwannee Parks & Recreation in a fun day of observing and cataloging all the animals, plants, fungi, and other organisms that call this park home. We welcome all skill levels and interests.
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Who Should Join?
We invite families, community groups, and people of all ages and abilities to join us. A smartphone with the iNaturalist app is required to participate in cataloging species observations, but it is not required to enjoy learning about and experiencing the biodiversity the park offers.
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Little River Springs
Little River Springs is a 125-acre county park on the Suwannee River that hosts a large spring with quintessential North Florida crystal clear waters, an abundance of natural beauty, and a great opportunity to discover the biodiversity hidden within its ecosystem.
Prepare to spend the whole day outdoors, rain or shine. Some areas of the park may only be accessible with a considerable amount of walking on trails that may be difficult to navigate. We are hoping to encounter a variety of wildlife, but this includes snakes, mosquitos, ticks, etc.
Things to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Plenty of water
- Bug spray
Never heard of inaturalist smartphone app?
What’s the iNaturalist App?
We will be using the iNaturalist app, free and available at the IOS and Android app store, to record observations directly into the Little River Springs BioBlitz project. For video tutorials on how to use the app, please visit the iNaturalist tutorial page.
Why is this important?
Identifying bio-diversity is a lot of fun. But it’s more than that, the more we become aware of the life all around us, the more likely we are to have a heightened awareness of our role in a much larger ecosystem. So bring your friends and family and participate in our BioBlitz event!