Global STEMx Conference

Missed us at the conference? You can still view the archived recording of our presentation: Citizen Science brings STEM alive!


Here are some of the resources and links we mentioned during the webinar:

Cornell Lab and BirdSleuth Resources:

All About Birds is an online guide to birds and bird watching. It provides information about birding basics, live video feed from bird cams, informational videos, and more.

Check out these amazing animated maps, created with eBird data.

Our Most Wanted Birds Kit supports 4-8th grade teachers as they involve their students in the eBird citizen-science project.

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Citizen-Science Projects:

Habitat Network  is designed to cultivate a richer understanding of bird habitat, for both professional scientists and people concerned with their local environments.

eBird provides basic bird abundance and distribution information from data collected around the world. Their webpage provides easy-to-use interactive ways to observe the migratory paths of birds passing through your backyard, while also allowing you to record your sightings and contribute to scientific research.

NestWatch teaches people about bird breeding biology and engages them in collecting and submitting nest records. Such records include information about nest site location, habitat, species, and number of eggs, young, and fledglings.

Project FeederWatch is a winter season citizen science project that focuses on feeder birds.

Celebrate Urban Birds strives to collect information about the value of urban green areas for birds. It’s easy to use since it’s focused on only 16 species.

Great Backyard Bird Count is an annual four-day bird counting event for all ages. It helps us understand where birds are in mid-winter.

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