A self-guided Biodiversity Days event open to anyone visiting the UBC Farm during the month of May. In honour of UN International Day for Biological Diversity (May 22), the UBC Farm is hosting a series of events to celebrate biodiversity and its importance for our communities, health and planet.
About the Event
Help us document biodiversity at the UBC Farm! During the month of May, we are asking Farm visitors to download the iNaturalist app and use it to record any biodiversity that they encounter at the Farm. This can include plants, crops, birds, insects, mammals, fungi, and many others.
No registration is needed for this self-guided experience. All are welcome to join in the fun.
Site Rules: Self-Guided Touring at the UBC Farm
This is a working farm, so we ask all UBC Farm visitors to please leave your furry pals at home and to not disturb any plants, equipment, or research apparatus on site. Please watch your footing and stay on the roads or grass pathways. Do not enter fields or pick anything, and be respectful of community spaces like the Indigenous Hub. Also note there are only portable toilets available for public use on site.