How does climate affect bumble bees? With this new project, you can help answer this question by photographing and reporting first sightings of queen bumble bees in the spring.
Mourning Warbler Song Mapper
If you live in the eastern half of the United States, you might be familiar with the Mourning Warbler, but do you know what their song sounds like? If you do, by recording the songs of migrating males this spring, you can contribute to research on the migratory patterns of these beautiful birds.
Dragonflies are widespread but understudied. When you volunteer with this project, you’ll help to track the migration of five different species of North American dragonflies.
You can monitor the migrations of butterflies, whooping cranes, whales, and more! Teachers will appreciate the educational resources, frequent updates, and interactive maps, which make it a great project for classes.
Ruby throated hummingbirds are among the most vibrant and recognizable birds in North and Central America. You can submit observations of their migratory and nesting behaviors to contribute to the knowledge base on these tiny birds.
|Credit_ Victoria J. Burton|
Launching this month! Improve our understanding of how humans affect earthworms and how this influences soil health. Dig two holes to count earthworms and measure some soil properties. PreRegister now!