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Cornell Lab of Ornithology


Projects by Name

A.T. Seasons: Tracking Phenology from Georgia to Maine
Volunteers recording phenology events along the Appalachian Trail.
Acoustic Bat Monitoring
Adirondack All-Taxa Biodiversity Inventory
American Kestrel Partnership
Unifies North American businesses, universities, and public participants in scientific research to advance conservation of American Kestrel populations
Annapolis River Guardians
Annual Midwest Crane Count
Aquatic Invasive Species Monitoring
Aquatic Salamander Monitoring
Students monitor aquatic salamander populations and habitats through this program from the Great Smoky Mountain Institute at Tremont.
Arizona Science Center: Bark Beetles and Rainfall
Curriculum materials support teachers involving students in data analysis, investigating how rainfall and temperature relate to bark beetle outbreaks.
Audubon Christmas Bird Count
Barcoding Life's Matrix
Engaging students as citizen scientists in the International Barcode of Life project
Beaver Creek BioBlitz
Educating the public about pollinators by engaging them in a data collection effort.
Bird Banding and Streamside bird research
Monitoring breeding bird populations in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Bird Habitat Recognition Program
Birds in Forested Landscapes
Bishop Museum: Makai Watch
Volunteers monitor the health of the coastal communities of Maunalua Bay.
BTO Garden BirdWatch
Bumble Bee Conservation
The Xerces Society is investigating bumble bees in decline with help from observers sharing photographs and location information.

Citizen science, volunteer monitoring, participatory action research... this site supports organizers of all initiatives where public participants are involved in scientific research.

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