Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 19, 2021

Climate Watch Results

from Audubon

What have we learned from Climate Watch?

Since Climate Watch began, thousands of dedicated volunteers nationwide have donned their binoculars to count bluebirds, nuthatches, goldfinch, towhee, or Painted Bunting to help Audubon understand how these at-risk birds are responding to the impacts of climate change.

To highlight these efforts, we have created both written reports and an online visualizer tool, where you can explore the locations of past Climate Watch surveys and the bird data that were collected. Take a look at what we’ve learned, and if you haven’t yet, sign up for the 2021 winter session before next Friday, January 15.

To get started, check the coordinators list to see if there is an organized group in your area or follow these steps to count on your own.
View Results

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