Become a Community Scientist to Help Birds

In a 2019 report, Survival by Degrees: Bird Species on the Brink, Audubon’s scientists found that two-thirds of North American birds are at an increased risk of extinction from global temperature rise. The good news is that our science also shows that if we take action now, we can improve the chances for the majority of species at risk from climate change.

Join Climate Watch

Audubon’s Climate Watch community science program helps reveal the ongoing impact of climate change on bluebirds, nuthatches, goldfinches, towhees, and Painted Buntings in winter and summer. Learn more and sign up today.

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Join the Great Backyard Bird Count

Each February, people from around the world come together to watch, count, share, and celebrate birds. New and experienced birders alike can participate in as little as 15 minutes and experience the joy of birds.

Learn more and sign up to get a reminder here.

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The Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC)

Add to more than a century of community science data by joining the nation’s longest-running community science project about birds. Learn more, then take a moment to view the CBC Live story map. If you participated in a CBC this year, there is still time to put it on the map.

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