Bega Valley citizen scientists join southern hemisphere's largest bioblitz

Amandine Ahrens
By Amandine Ahrens
Updated October 14 2021 - 3:38am, first published October 13 2021 - 11:00pm
A Koel cuckoo baby being fed by its adopted parent, a Red wattle bird. Photo Leo Berzins.

Bega Valley citizens will have the opportunity to join the Atlas of Life in Australia and 14 other countries, in the largest citizen science biodiversity survey in the southern hemisphere.

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Amandine Ahrens

Amandine Ahrens

Journalist

I've grown up in the Bega Valley and I'm a regional daily news reporter on the Far South Coast of NSW. Got a story? Get in touch: 0436 426 843 or email amandine.ahrens@austcommunitymedia.com.au