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Free and Fun to Play
A competition to protect life on earth
Which university has the best wildlife spotters and identifiers? Who can map the most biodiversity? Which student or staff member can find and identify the most unique species relative to their time and location?
Your adventure starts today. Start playing the world's first mobile game that takes you outdoors to discover, map and ultimately help protect life on our planet. Your sightings contribute to real research and conservation. Free to play.
An Annual, Global Competition
How the #UniBioQuest Began
What started with a QuestaGame competition between two universities (UC Santa Barbara and Sydney University) in 2017, expanded to 20 universities in 2018, with hundreds of participants submitting over 70,000 sightings and identifications from around the world. The resulting biodiversity data is shared with the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF.org) for scientific research and conservation.
A fun way for your community to engage with their natural surroundings...
...and learn about the plants and animals around them...
...while collecting species data that helps map biodiversity for scientific research and conservation.