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The documentary film, Every Living Thing: Experiencing a Bioblitz, will take you on an amazing journey of what it's like to spend four weeks over two summers exploring all aspects of nature – fish, insects, plants, fungi, reptiles, amphibians and mammals - that live in the Grand Lake Protected Natural Area in New Brunswick, Canada. In this the UN Decade of Biodiversity (2011-2020), the film was produced in collaboration with the New Brunswick Museum's BiotaNB program. A 20 year biodiversity research project to identify and catalogue as many species in the province of New Brunswick, before human encroachment and climate change intensifies
What is a bioblitz?
A bioblitz is a special type of field study where a group of scientists and volunteers conduct an intensive biological inventory, attempting to identify and record all species of living organisms in a given area. The area chosen is often a nature reserve with most bioblitz’s occurring over a 24-hour period.
Film Duration: 1 hour 28 minutes