BioBlitz Dance, a dance to celebrate the National Parks and outdoors

by Eliezer Nieves Rodríguez, CIT, CIM

During 2015, PLT International coordinators meeting in Saratoga, New York, we learned what was the BioBlitz Dance, thanks to the Hawaii coordinators, a dance to celebrate the Outdoors, And it is during the 3rd DRNA Summer Environmental Workshop in Puerto Rico, with kids from 6 to 14 age, that after a month full of adventures and field trips through the wetlands of the island that we completed this already famous dance.

We invite all Interpreters with kids program, and with a awesome staff to do and record your dance.

Here is the Tutorial by the creator of this dance, John Griffith and the video of the first BioBlitz Dance of Puerto Rico.

Enjoy it and dance to celebrate your sites!

Tutorial:

1st Puerto Rico BioBlitz Dance:

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