Mini Bioblitz & Springtime Story Stroll 

Join the TMPF team for an AmeriCorps National Day of Service! 

 

In partnership with Washoe County Regional Parks and Open Space and the South Valleys Library, we will be hosting a Mini Bioblitz as part of the "Springtime Story Stroll" at Davis Creek Regional Park.

 

Stop by for the entire program, or for only twenty minutes—we’d love to see you there!

Free and open to all ages

 

 

When? Saturday, May 26, 2018 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Where? Davis Creek Regional Park

 

We will be cataloging all living things in the park as part of an annual phenology project, to garner a better understanding of the plants, animals, and other wildlife and how their populations are changing. We will transect the park, and each volunteer will be responsible for recording all the plants, animals, and wildlife they see along their transect or section. TMPF will provide more detailed field guides, pictures, and tools such as aspirators, magnifying glasses, and forceps to allow citizens at all levels of comfortability to participate, collect, and identify the changing ecology of our local parks. This is a wonderful and non-traditional volunteer opportunity and will allow volunteers to participate in an ongoing project, as well as a way to get outside and enjoy one of our many beautiful county parks.

 

For volunteer inquiries, please contact Annie at Annie@tmparksfoundation.org 

Please contact our office at (775) 410-1702 or info@tmparksfoundation.org with any questions, concerns, or comments.

Directions: Directions:  From Downtown Reno, take I-80 E then take Exit 15 to merge onto I-580 S/US-395 S toward Carson City. Take Exit 50 for Bower's Mansion Rd/NV-429/Old US 395. Turn right onto Old US 395. Turn right onto Davis Creek Camp Grd Rd. Continue straight then turn at the second right for the parking lot.

Photographs from Washoe County, NV

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