Scientists and Hobbyists Team Up to Catalog Species in Golden Gate National Parks

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 (Will Elder/Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy)

What undiscovered critters are scurrying around in the Bay Area? Locals will have a chance to help answer that question March 28-29 at National Geographic's 4th annual BioBlitz event, where scientists and the public team up to index the many species living along the 80,000 acres of Northern California shoreline.


John Francis, biologist and vice president of research, conservation and exploration at National Geographic

Allen Fish, director of the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy