Wildlife Sightings - Citizen Science
|Presented By||Green Web|
|Goal||citizen science for non profit groups and educators|
|Task||provide online tools to manage citizen science projects|
|Where||Global, anywhere on the planet Wildlife Sightings - Citizen Science|
Wildlife Sightings is a free service that enables projects leaders to publish, organize, and manage their own wildlife sightings data.
Wildlife Sightings helps eliminate the technical barriers and costs to non-profit organizations and educators wishing to conduct their own wildlife surveys. That way, nature lovers, conservation groups, eco-tourism business, and educators can focus their energy on what they love most -- citizen science!
Educators and non profit groups can create and manage their own citizen science class activity or projects with easy to use free online tools. Create a citizen science project in minutes and avoid costly development costs.
Documenting wildlife sightings contributes to science, engages community participants/students and strengthens environmental community efforts.
|Ideal Age Group||Elementary school (6 - 10 years), College, Graduate students, Adults, Families|
|Spend the Time||outdoors|
|Type of Activity||On a hike|
|Tags||animals, biology, birds, citzen science, classroom, ecology & environment, insects & pollinators, nature & outdoors, nature sighting, non-profit group, nps, wildlife, wildlife survey|
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