Citizen Science for Bat Fans!

Photo: USFWS Those Elusive Flying Mammals! Bats can be tricky to spot and observe but let’s try because they need our help.  As disease, habitat loss, and climate change decimate some bat populations, we can help scientists monitor and protect them. Below, our editors highlight five bat-related citizen projects from around the globe. Find more … Read more “Citizen Science for Bat Fans!”

Categories: Animals, Bats, Biology, Citizen Science, Ecology & Environment, Nature & Outdoors, Newsletter

Citizen Science: Empowering a Robust National Effort

Citizen Science: Empowering a Robust National Effort Tuesday, June 7, 2016 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT with Honorary Co-Hosts Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) and Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) June 7, 2016, Noon – 1:30 p.m., Russell Senate Office Building, SR-385 Anyone can learn how to use the scientific method in ways that contribute to … Read more “Citizen Science: Empowering a Robust National Effort”

Categories: Citizen Science, Events, Science Policy

Tell Your Citizen Science Story With #MyCitSci

During Citizen Science Day, we asked our community of citizen scientists to tell their stories and experiences in words and pictures. Here, we’ve summarized many of the amazing stories we’ve heard. There is still time to tell yours. You can post them to our Facebook page or tag us on Twitter with #MyCitSci. We can’t wait to hear your story! … Read more

Categories: Citizen Science, National Citizen Science Day, Other