Roundup of citizen science, wildlife, conservation, and ecology news, stories and events.
- From visiting cemeteries to hunting for earthworms, scienceforcitizens.net came up with 10 back to school projects for citizen scientists
- Mapping Traffic’s Toll on Wildlife– New York Times article on roadkill being used for citizen science
- Protecting Tigers’ Final Strongholds & World’s Last Remaining Tigers Clustered in 6% of Available Habitat– New study lays out what needs to be done to save tiger populations
- Star Tribune’s Interactive Fall Color Report– includes pictures of leaves to identify Minnesota tree species (though, I think they should have included Northern Red Oak instead of Black Oak)
- If you’ve seen a dragonfly swarm, The Dragonfly Woman would like to hear from you.
- 9.17 – 9.19- Hawk Weekend at Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory in Duluth. Many activities including field trips and seminars.
- 9.18 – Reminder Waterfowl Banding at Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge
- 10.01 – Duke Lecture: “Tracking Apex Predators”– Dr. L. David Mech and Mark Martell will speak on researching wolves, osprey, bald eagles, and golden eagles. Found originally at birdchick.com