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Citizen Science

Turn your passion for birding into a critical research tool and help Audubon help the birds.
Banding Station at Keyhole Lake, WY Photo: Jacelyn Downey
Get Involved

Citizen Science

Turn your passion for birding into a critical research tool and help Audubon help the birds.

Turn your passion for birding into a critical research tool! 

Citizen Science is a great way for you to connect with the natural world through fun activities that generate vital information for bird conservation.This partnership benefits us all: you will learn about birds by taking part in these science-based activities, and Audubon's science staff gains valuable information. Most importantly, the birds benefit because it helps Audubon focus on the birds that need our help most.

To Learn about citizen science in your area please contact Jacelyn Downey or call (307) 756-3941

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