New Date for BioBlitz

The City of Goleta’s BioBlitz has been postponed from March 9 due to impacts from the February storms. Stay tuned for a new date.

What is a BioBlitz? It’s a fun and educational event to explore and document the incredible biodiversity around us. The goal is to identify and record as many plants, animals, fungi, and other species as possible in a single day.

The BioBlitz is a great opportunity to participate in a point-in-time inventory of biodiversity at the Butterfly Grove, hosted by the City of Goleta’s Parks and Open Space Division and UC Santa Barbara’s Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration. This hands-on experience promises an engaging and educational opportunity for community members of all ages to connect with nature and foster a deeper understanding of environmental conservation. The public is encouraged to participate in the long-term stewardship at Ellwood Mesa. The BioBlitz is a chance for people who care about the natural world to get connected and give back.

Stay connected to learn about the new date.