We are pleased to present meaningful opportunities for you to contribute to conservation, meanwhile avoiding risks of exposure to COVID-19. These opportunities and events are NOT- CANCELLED!
Citizen Science is done independently or in small teams and outdoors, mainly during summer months, therefore the risks of exposure to COVID-19 are very low. Furthermore, we offer training in small and scrutinized groups or online through a Zoom conferencing solution. The zoom application is easy to download and use.
Volunteering to help wildlife this spring and summer is a meaningful and fun way to contribute to conservation in your community. Thank you for your interest and support for our wonderful wildlife.
- Starting in late March and this summer too: Become a Phragmites Fighter– Local teams of 3 to 4 people search for and record locations of invasive species; and then control it’s growth. Register Here
- Turtle Road Researchers, Nest Sitters, Tunnel Assessors, and Wetland Watchers– Help our slow friends come in first. Register by visiting the landing page of our Turtle Guardians site
- Become a random road roamer and report reptiles (protocols coming soon)
- Whippoorwill Surveys– a one week window in June- take a drive in the evening and record bird calls. Register Here
See our events page for training opportunities