Citizen Science: Anyone who watches birds, from backyards to city streets to remote forests, can help researchers better understand birds and their habits. Learn More
Embrace the winter. Count feeder birds for science!
Teaches people how to effectively monitor nests & collect breeding data that are used to track the reproductive success of all North American breeding birds.
Help create a continent-wide snapshot of winter bird populations.
A real-time, year-round bird checklist project. eBird—birding that counts.
Promotes conservation in cities through gardening, the arts, and observing birds.
An inquiry-based citizen science curriculum for middle school kids.
A free, social, interactive, citizen science mapping project about habitat creation and low-impact land use
"I have 144 sixth grade students who FeederWatch. They are thrilled that scientists really use their data!"
Bob Welch, 6-th grade teacherGreenville, Ohio
Project: Project FeederWatch
"The internet has certainly broadened our horizons. Cornell NestCams gives you a greater appreciation for our planet and the amazing creatures that inhabit it."
Jane HowellAurora, Illinois