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Saint Louis Science Center: Frogwatch and eBird

Volunteers from the Saint Louis Science Center’s YES teens program are gathering information on a number of local species.

Saint Louis Science Center: Frogwatch and eBird

As part of the Communicating Climate Change (C3) Citizen Science initiative, museum visitors and volunteers in St. Louis observe and record local phenomena that are indicative of climate change. Volunteers from the Saint Louis Science Center’s YES teens program are gathering information on a number of local species, including observing frog calls for Frogwatch, collecting data for the national bird observation database eBird, and participating in bird counts.

 

Keywords:

Topic – climate change, phenology, data collection

Audience - public, youth, families

Location - St. Louis, Missouri

Goals - education, research, conservation

 

Collaborators:

Association of Science Technology Centers

Saint Louis Science Center

Association of Zoos and Aquariums - Frogwatch 

Cornell Lab of Ornithology - eBird

 

Contacts:

Kerry Stevison, Senior Educator, Saint Louis Science Center   email Kerry