Choose Your Challenge
Join the count! Challenge yourself in a quest to spot as many species as you can. Invite your friends and family to sponsor you to support education for a healthy planet. Your count will contribute both to the Hitchcock Center’s catalogue and to a global biodiversity research database. How many species can you find?
10AM: COUNTS BEGIN
- Trail Loop Contest: Race to document the biodiversity in the Hitchcock Center’s own backyard! Download the iNaturalist app to assist you in the identification process and then share what you find on this global research database.
- Species Spy Scavenger Hunt: See if you can spot them all!
12PM: RESULTS & CELEBRATION
Your registration helps to raise funds to support the Hitchcock Center’s year-round environmental education programs. You can help even more by asking your friends and family to sponsor your quest to spot species!
Setting up your fundraising page is easy! We created a template so you don’t have to start from scratch.
How to Set Up Your Fundraising Page
- To start, click “Start Your Fundraiser” below, and then click “Join This Event”.
- If you are new to MightyCause (formerly known as Razoo) click the “Sign Up” link below the log in button. You will be prompted to set up an account by entering your name and email, and choosing a password. You will be sent a verification link in your email before you can continue setting up your page.
- If you have used MightyCause in the past, you can log in with your existing credentials.
- Once your MightyCause account is set up, follow the prompts to create your page.
- Remember to use the “Share Now” feature to share via Facebook, Twitter, or email.
Questions? Send Marcus an email for assistance. See the Additional Resources section below for a sample email to make it easy for you to get started.
Want to Make a Donation to Support a Team?
Thank you to our sponsors!
iNaturalist (download the app to your mobile device)
Go Botany (New England Wild Flower Society’s Plant Guide)
All About Birds (Cornell Lab of Ornithology)
LeafSnap (Smithsonian’s Tree Guide)