A Thousand Species Logged at Close of Indiana Dunes BioBlitz

This is the official tally board of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore BioBlitz when the species count ended after 24 hours, at noon on Saturday, May 16. Species totals were expected to continue to come in throughout the weekend and coming weeks, raising the numbers seen here significantly.

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Photo by David Braun

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