Bio Blitz

Principia School Hosting Free Public BioBlitz Event May 3-4 for All Ages

Explore the 360-acre campus with scientists from the Saint Louis Zoo, Missouri Botanical Garden, and Missouri Department of Conservation.

SAINT LOUIS, MO (April 30, 2024)—Principia School today announced its fifth-annual BioBlitz event taking place May 3-4, 2024, on Principia School’s Town and Country campus. The event is open to the public and free for all to attend with hayrides, s’mores and snacks, stargazing, bird watching, bat netting, insect discovery, plein-air painting, and more. Principia hosts students and the community as they explore 360 acres of forest, prairie, ponds, and creek beds alongside local scientists from the Saint Louis Zoo, the Missouri Botanical Garden, and the Missouri Department of Conservation. For more information and to register, visit:

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