The Wild Pollinator Count is on Again

🌻 Do you enjoy spending time in nature and learning about our own wild little creatures?
Join Australia’s original pollinator citizen science project from 8-15 of November and help scientists from UNE to count wild pollinators in your local environment and to build a database on wild pollinator activity. The Wild Pollinator Count Project runs twice a year, in Autumn and Spring. It is run by scientists and education experts whose aim is to raise awareness about native pollinators (not just bees) and insect conservation. All you need to do is watch insects for just 10 minutes during the count week!
To be involved, check out the link below!
Get Involved Here
Want to discover more citizen science projects? Check out the ALA Project Finder