The HERP Project likes these Citizen Science Projects!
Project based at Boston Museum of Science.
Citizen science involving spotted salamanders.
Learn about wetlands and help conserve amphibians by reporting the calls of local frogs and toads.
Provides the first leafing, first flower and first fruit ripening of a diversity of trees, shrubs, flowers, and grasses in your area.
Help create an online database of dinosaur limb bone measurements used to investigate questions of dinosaur evolution.
A program to identify and count birds where they live over four days in mid-February.
Put up a bird feeder, watch the birds that use it and report your sightings online.
Report bird sightings to help create an online globally accessible database showing bird distribution and abundance.
Global program for armchair astronomers to sort and classify a million different images of galaxies according to shape
Citizen Science Projects in North Carolina
To see the Braggs’ barred owl video, visit http://catawbalands.org/a-tree-to-call-home-dr-rob-bierregaard/video.php
Collect fungi, butterflies, insects and more, then help catalog them to create an index of the biological diversity in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Starting in May, track invasive plants along the Eno River near Durham.
Fish Reports. N.C. Sea Grant Extension Program is testing a program using text messages to report numbers and types of fish caught and released by sports anglers. Contact: Scott Baker, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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