Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 7, 2016

How eBird Helps Create Migration Maps

The New York Times reported on how Cornell University Ornithologists use the data collected from the eBird citizen science project to more accurately map bird migration patterns.

With a flood of amateur data, researchers create an animated map showing where birds go once they leave our backyards, and how they travel on the way back.

Read article at  Bird Watchers Help Science Fill Gaps in the Migratory Story – The New York Times


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