A BioBlitz project to observe and document as many different species as possible will be held in Hancock on Aug. 21. The event, which is co-sponsored by the Harris Center for Conservation Education, the Hancock Conservation Commission and Moosewood Ecological, will be held at the Harris Center from 9-11 a.m. The group will start outside and then move indoors to review the findings. Registration is required at harriscenter.org.

All observations submitted on the iNaturalist app between Aug. 19 and 21 within Hancock town boundaries will automatically be included in this project. Participants may enter sightings from a backyard, a town conservation property or Harris Center land.

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