Lisa Galford

Program Assistant

I support the Project FeederWatch participants by helping them connect to the FeederWatch website, submit data, troubleshoot problems, have access to printed materials, and more. I want participants to have the best experience possible, whether they are counting birds and entering data, or trying to identify a bird they are not familiar with. I enjoy being part of the FeederWatch team and being able to contribute to a project that helps scientists—and ultimately the public—understand possible changes in geographical distribution and abundance of birds.


B.S. Plant Science, Cornell University

Lisa Galford, Program Assistant, Project FeederWatch
Center Engagement in Science and Nature
Projects Project FeederWatch

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Golden-cheeked Warbler by Bryan Calk/Macaulay Library