2015 Biothon Results – Thank you!

By Marcus Simon

June 16, 2015

The results of the Hitchcock Center’s 16th Annual Biothon are in!

John Green Biothon 2015

Photo Jaana Cutson

More than 116 people went out to explore the wildlife in our Valley on our Biothon weekends of May 1-3 and 8-10.

16 teams went out from 2 to 24 hours, finding a record 651 different species of birds, plants, trees, insects, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and more. View the list of species here.

More than $19,100 in Biothon support poured in from 243 people. Thank you! Your generous donations spread the Biothon buzz and provide vital funding for all of Hitchcock’s year-round environmental and science education programs.

Congratulations to our prize winners!

This year’s highlights:

Exciting sightings:

Thank you to everyone who joined in the Biothon – and of course to our Biothon committee chair, Elizabeth Farnsworth, and committee members Danielle Barshak and Dan Ziomek.

Have a Biothon story to share? Use #Biothon on Facebook and Twitter.

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