Nature’s Notebook, a program of the USA National Phenology Network, is helping citizen scientist make an impact in the fight against climate change.
And you can be a part of this effort.
“Close to one million animal and plant species are at risk of extinction. Many of these species are having a difficult time adjusting to a changing climate. To better understand how to help our environment we need more data. In 2009, the USA National Phenology Network started Nature’s Notebook–a community-based science project that invites participants to track seasonal changes in plants and animals. Sandy DeSimone, Director of Research & Education at Orange County’s Audubon California’s Starr Ranch Sanctuary has participated in the program for more than four years. She and volunteers share their experiences of what it’s like to become an observer of nature.”
Join their effort to help our planet in a changing climate.
Get started at https://www.naturesnotebook.org
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