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Parks for Pollinators!

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Skokie Park District

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Join the Skokie Park District for its first ever BioBlitz! We will use iNaturalist to photograph and log as many pollinators and plants that we see in the Skokie Parks and surrounding communities. The data collected will be used by Skokie Parks to monitor populations of pollinators and plants, as well as inform the community of the nature around them!

This event will be held in conjunction with the National Recreation and Park Association's Parks for Pollinators BioBlitz event that runs throughout September 2021.

For more information, please contact Genevieve at if you are interested in volunteering.

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About Skokie Park District


7500 Frontage Rd., Skokie, IL 60077, US

Mission Statement

The Skokie Park District will realize its vision through teamwork, community partnerships, sound fiscal management, and creativity in every area of its operation.


The Skokie Park District takes pride in its ability to serve the more than 63,000 residents of Skokie, Illinois and its customers throughout Chicagoland. Whether protecting natural resources, preserving historical sites or providing thousands of unique recreational opportunities within its more than 240 acres of parkland, the district has offered a multitude of quality programs since 1928.

In addition to its diverse array of programs and special events, the Skokie Park District also offers summer camps, state-licensed full-day childcare and preschool, and before- and after-school care for grades K-5. The district is a past winner of the "National Gold Medal for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management."



Sat Sep 25, 2021 - Sun Oct 03, 2021


Emily Oaks Nature Center4650 Brummel StSkokie, IL 60076






  • Smart phone or camera + computer would be helpful!

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