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Birding and Community Science Series

Photo by Jenny Goyne

Would you like to learn more about the birds in your woods? When you find them, did you know you can easily contribute your sightings to a worldwide science project? This series introduces participants to eBird, a data collection tool available to anyone with an internet connection! Data can then be accessed by scientists looking at a full range of metrics, like where birds are located, timing of migrations, and comparisons of species across time and space. We'll start with a virtual eBird workshop by CHC's Community Science Coordinator Sophie Mazowita, followed by an on-the-ground bird walk with Bird Diva Bridget Butler, where we'll explore the habitats and behaviors of the birds in our woods. While we encourage you to sign up for both, you are welcome to attend either on its own.  Please register here.

WORKSHOP 1:  From Sightings to Science:  Using eBird to share your bird sightings with the scientific community

Date & Time:  July 20, 6:30pm

Location:  Zoom (A link will be provided after registration)

WORKSHOP 2:  Summer Birding with Bridget Butler

Date & Time:  July 23, 2022, 8:00am

Location:  Enosburgh Town Forest (3225 Longley Bridge Road, Enosburgh, VT)