On the 1st Day of Christmas, Treezilla gave to me:
A measuring tape around a pear tree, as I measured and mapped the trees of Great Britain. Get started!
On the 2nd Day of Christmas, iSTOR gave to me:
Two reports of sea turtles, from citizen scientist observers worldwide. Get started!
Photo: Les Herbonautes
On the 3rd Day of Christmas, Les Herbonautes gave to me:
Three French herbarium records to transcribe and turn into digital content. Get started!
On the 4th Day of Christmas, Precipitation ID Near the Ground (PING) gave to me:
Four falling snowflakes when I made precipitation observations in my backyard. Get started!
On the 5th Day of Christmas, Planet Hunters gave to me:
Graphs of light as bright as 5 gold rings as I analyzed light patterns from far away stars to look for the presence of planets. Get started!
On the 6th Day of Christmas, the Puget Sound Shorebird Survey gave to me:
Records of 6 geese a-feeding as they overwintered in Washington. Get started!
On the 7th Day of Christmas, Trumpeter Swan Watch gave to me:
Seven swans a-swimming while I looked for new wintering sites for these majestic birds. Get started!
On the 8th Day of Christmas, Nappy Science Gang gave to me:
Observations from 8 moms and dads a-milking and a-washing as they used cloth diapers for their babies. Get started!
Photo: Mengfan Wang
On the 9th Day of Christmas, Sing About Science gave to me:
Nine scientists dancing to the greatest science tunes found in their database. Get started!
Photo: Eva Lewandowski
On the 10th Day of Christmas, iNaturalist gave to me:
Pictures of 10 frogs a-leaping, when I searched their website for amphibian records near me. Get started!
On the 11th Day of Christmas, Fresh Water Watch gave to me:
Information about the quality of the water going into our pipes a-piping. Get started!
On the 12th Day of Christmas, Noise Tube gave to me:
An app to measure the noise made by 12 drummers drumming. Get started!