Be a scientist for a week and learn how to contribute to science at home.
June 10 to 15, 2018

Act now if you want to register for a new program on Audubon’s Hog Island this summer. I have been to the area and it is beautiful and the programmers offered receive rave reviews.

Here’s info from their web site.

Learn about challenges birds face in our changing climate and what scientific techniques can help us better understand how birds will respond to these challenges. You will find out about the latest research news from scientists and work-side-by-side with experts from across the country. Whether you are interested in learning how to band birds, prepare museum-quality specimens, record bird song and other natural sounds, or census breeding birds, this session will give you hands-on experience with many facets of bird science. Your efforts will contribute to citizen science projects.

You will go home with a better understanding of citizen science projects in the bird world, and how you can utilize them in your backyard, at your school or your local Audubon chapter.

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