Birding for Science!
Step 1: Pick a birding spot of your choice.
Step 2: Go on a bird walk at your chosen location, using Seattle Audubon's brand-new Nikon binoculars to help you spot birds.
Step 3: Record species data on the easy-to-use recording form.
Optional: Take photos with the digital camera.
Step 4: Upload data (and any photos) on Seattle Audubon's eBird account.
Step 5: Be proud in knowing that you contributed to birding science and research that will help birds across the globe!
Perfect for bird-loving youth who are interested in the science field, or for adults who want to transform their hobby into action, this kit has everything you need to take a small group out birding for science! Uploading your bird sightings to eBird adds valuable information to the site which is shared and used by a community of educators, ornithologists, land managers, and conservation biologist across the globe. Kit contents include:
* 6 Nikon Prostaff binoculars
* Field guides to help with bird identification
* iPod Touch loaded with various apps like iBird, Merlin, and eBird to help with bird ID and uploading data
* Program binder with helpful information on good birding spots, and how-to guides for eBird, the iPod Touch, and others
Pricing: $45 for one week, $10 for an additional week (2 week maximum) with $200 refundable damage deposit
Questions? For more info and reservations, call Hanae Bettencourt, Education Associate, at 206-523-8243 x18 or email firstname.lastname@example.org