Earth Day is a great time to think about all of the living things we share our planet with. From the tiniest insect to the tallest tree, every organism that calls Earth home has a role to play.
As humans continue to build cities and roads, it is increasingly important to think about how our backyards and schoolyards can function as habitats for wildlife.
This year, we are encouraging you to spend some time exploring the biodiversity in your own local environment.
Follow the links below to participate in the Conservancy's 2022 Earth Day Bioblitz. We cannot wait to see what you discover!
Backyard Bioblitz Bingo
There is an amazing variety of life that calls our backyards and schoolyards home. Download and print a copy of our Backyard Bioblitz Bingo and bring it outside with you. Make sure to be as quiet as you can while you LOOK and LISTEN for living things and the signs they leave behind.
When you finish, complete the Backyard Bioblitz Bingo worksheet and learn more about biodiversity and what you can do to help the earth!
The Dear Earth Project Form
Dear Earth is a way for you to send a message to our planet and tell her what you will do to help the Earth and all of the living things that call it home. You also have an opportunity to create a drawing of how Earth makes you feel, or what makes you happiest about our planet! All you need to do is: 1. Write your answers to the questions below 2. Draw a picture that represents how you feel about Earth 3. Submit your work!
Celebrate Earth Day by participating in the Conservancy Bioblitz from April 1- April 30!
A bioblitz is an event where people come together to find and identify as many species of living organisms as possible during a short period of time. This data is shared by other community scientists all over the world to explore and celebrate the amazing biodiversity on our planet.
You can participate in your yard at home, or anywhere outdoors! You can spend as much or as little time as you want. The important thing is that you get outside and start observing!