Get Involved with Citizen Science

Places where YOU and your observations matter: Citizen Science: Anyone who watches birds, from backyards to city streets to remote forests, can help researchers better understand birds and their habits. Get ready to participate! - First: sign up for the project;and get your Celebrate Urban Birds kit (by mail or online). You'll also need to create your citizen science account to share your observations. NestWatch Chapters are based at nature centers, parks, wildlife refuges, zoos, and other nature-minded organizations across the United States. These organizations help us teach others about the NestWatch program and train participants in their local communities. The Christmas Bird Count season is December 14 through January 5 each year.  Since the Christmas Bird Count began over a century ago, it has relied on the dedication and commitment of volunteer citizen scientists. In other words, it all starts with you! Count birds for at least 15 minutes on one or more days of the GBBC. You can count for longer than that if you wish! Count birds in as many places and on as many days as you like—one day, two days, or all four days. Submit a separate checklist for each new day. Birdstud's Birdchat Blog
A heartwarming webblog dedicated to chatting about Birds and Life in general. Feed Your Wild Birds
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You can be a citizen scientist and contribute meaningful data too! Report Your Sightings
Want to"crow" about your birding moments or log your data?

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