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Thanks, that is already a pretty extensive list.
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10 Minutes

Let's start at the heart of the project...the 10-minute bird observation.  You become a citizen-scientist by observing in your neighborhood and sending the data to scientists here at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology in Ithaca NY.  We want your data! Learn how! 

 

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First, sign up. Then we'll send you a free Celebrate Urban Birds kit . Or  download materials directly from the web site.  It contains everything you need to do this observation, including 2 beautiful color posters, data sheet, sticker, and seed packet.

 

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Learn who translates our pages, collates our kits, tests our data entry/out systems and more!

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We're a web site full of new ideas to help you Celebrate Urban Birds, with fresh pages, programs, and challenges added to the web site all the time.  Stay in touch by checking on our 'What's new'  button.

 

Feel Good

Katherine A. Smith Bio 2Celebrate Urban Birds is a 'feel good' project...you feel good when you participate as a Citizen Scientist and submit data.  We feel good because we're getting data to help scientists study birds.   You feel good because you're outside, connecting with nature, helping birds and scientists,   making your yard and community good for birds...there are lots of reasons to Feel Good when you Celebrate Urban Birds.  This is 'wellness', both for you and hopefully, ultimately, for bir...

 

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sunflower bloomYou can Celebrate Urban Birds by gardening...create one little flowerpot of green space on a balcony, or help a community make a complete bird-friendly habitat.  We show you examples of what can be done, and how to do it...habitat is so important for birds (and for humans!)  Celebrate Urban Birds is all about the relationship between habitat and birds.

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