Date(s) - Tuesday, Mar 18, 2014
Audubon’s Citizen Science team will talk about Audubon’s citizen science program, Hummingbirds at Home, in a webinar at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 18.
It will include an overview of three types of surveys, new features for 2014 and ideas for using this program to reach out to new audiences.
Hummingbirds at Home was launched in April 2013 to build a continent-wide network of citizen scientists to help uncover how hummingbirds are affected by climate change. Using a mobile-optimized web portal and smartphone apps, people from across the U.S. can report their hummingbird sightings. The data collected will guide Audubon in devising actions to help hummingbirds thrive despite climate change and other threats. See the Hummingbirds at Home website for more information and to log sightings.