A student surveying birds.
A student surveying birds.
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Community Science

Turn your passion for birding into science.
Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Get Involved

Community Science

Turn your passion for birding into science.

Help birds and gain research experience! Community science is the collection and analysis of scientific data by everyday people in collaboration with professional scientists. By participting, you'll expand our ability to collect data and use it to conserve birds. Traditionally called "citizen science" we at Audubon now uses the word "community" to include all our members.

To become a citizen scientist email Zach Hutchinson or call (307)-247-0700

Community Science Opportunities

Bird Banding
Community Science

Bird Banding

Collecting data for migratory bird conservation

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Wyoming BioBlitz
Community Naturalist

Wyoming BioBlitz

Join us for a weekend of surveying and learning about wildlife!

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Northern Saw-whet Owl Banding Station
Bird Banding

Northan Saw-whet Owl Banding

Volunteer to at our saw-whet owl banding station.

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The Great Backyard Bird Count
Community Science

The Great Backyard Bird Count

Every February, count birds in your own backyard to help expand our understanding of birds.

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Christmas Bird Counts
Community Science

Christmas Bird Counts

Participate in the longest-running community science project.

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Climate Watch
Community Naturalist

Climate Watch

A new community science program explores how North American birds are responding to climate change.

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Hummingbirds at Home
Community Science

Hummingbirds at Home

Collect data to help hummingbirds

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How you can help, right now