Date: Tue 30 August 2022
Time: 7-pm-8pm
Location: online
Cost: free

The ‘Great Southern Bioblitz’, or ‘GSB’ for short, is an international period of intense biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living species within several designated areas across the Southern Hemisphere in Spring.The purpose of the GSB is to highlight both the immense biodiversity spread across the Southern Hemisphere in the flourishing springtime, as well as to engage the public in science and nature learning using the citizen science platform iNaturalist.

This year, the #GSB22 will be held from the 28th of October until the 31st of October.Come along to this webinar with Stephen Fricker from Ferox Australis to find out how to get involved!In the 1-hour webinar you will:
– learn about the importance of biodiversity
– find out more about the Great Southern Bioblitz and how you can become involved as a participant, group or area organiser
– be introduced to the natural history app iNaturalist and how it can be used to record biodiversity.If you haven’t already, we encourage you to check out for more information and to download the iNaturalist mobile apps for iOS and Android prior to the webinar.

This event will be run online via zoom. Please register (FREE) to receive the zoom link.

This event is supported by Conservation SA, the Greater Adelaide Environment Network (GAEN) and Ferox Australis.

For event inquiries please call the Adelaide Sustainability Centre on 7123 2166 or email