CamClickr is a year-round citizen science project in which viewers "tag" and classify breeding behaviors from more than 8 million images of birds courting, mating, laying eggs, and raising young. CamClickr will help answer questions that can only be answered using webcams while providing scientists with a tool to search and sort images once they are tagged.
It's fun, easy, and promises to change the way you think about breeding behavior. The Top CamClickrs are rewarded for their efforts - one point is awarded for every successful classification, and those points can add up to prizes!
|How to Join||
Create an account to tag photos, track your stats, and chat in the CamClickr forums: http://watch.birds.cornell.edu/nestcams/myaccount/create.
A computer with Internet access.
|Ideal Age Group||Elementary school (6 - 10 years), Adults, Families|
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