EcoBlitz at Vancouver Lake Regional Park

Saturday, September 24, 2016 - 7:00am to 2:00pm
City of Vancouver, Clark County Public Works, Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership and Port of Vancouver USA

Be part of a new citizen science movement, and contribute to the Portland-Vancouver region’s species inventory!

This event aims to: raise awareness of biodiversity, generate appreciation of natural resources, establish a shared effort among science professionals, educators and the general public and create a shared database of regional species and natural resources.

Families welcome!

Join a team, stay as long as you prefer. 

About the Event: 
The Vancouver Lake Eco-Blitz is part of a regionwide effort to find and collect data on the Portland-Vancouver metro area’s wildlife. This event is free and open to all ages. No experience is necessary and introduction to using the iNaturalist app will be provided. 

Pre-registration is required.  

Snacks and beverages are provided!

What to Bring: 

• Please bring a water bottle 
• Sunscreen, bug repellent and a hat 
• Good walking shoes 
• A smart phone (if you have one). If not, cameras will be useful (but not required). 
• Water and washrooms will be available at the parking area 
• Dress for the weather

Event Hosted By: City of Vancouver, Clark County Public Works, Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership and Port of Vancouver USA. 

Click this link to learn about the iNaturalist app.

For more information about bio-blitzes, check out these links: and

Vancouver Lake Regional Park
Venue Details: 
6801 NW Lower River Road, Vancouver, WA 98660

Contact Information

Contact Name: 
Samantha Dumont
Contact Phone: 
503-226-1565 ext 245
Contact Email: