Saturday, November 22, 2014

Do you have 5-10 minutes and internet access?

Be a citizen scientist! These 2 fun and interesting projects need your help.

© Project Nightjar
  Project Nightjar investigates how birds use camouflage and their surroundings to evade predators. See the world with the vision of a mongoose, monkey, or genet (a relative of cats and mongooses) and try to spot the camouflaged birds or their eggs. Are you fast enough to join the top 10? 

© Condor Watch

Condor Watch uses remote cameras to monitor condors for signs of lead poisoning. By identifying tagged individuals and recording feeding behavior, you can help researchers and possibly save a life of one of these amazing birds!

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