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I Am Dolphin, Vulture Restaurants and Climate-Smart Military

Also in our best of the web: worst case sea level rise, a reason to love power lines, why scientists do what they do and 3D printing goes solar.

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Wildlife CSI

How does the local wildlife behave around the compost heap? Wildlife CSI is on the case. Join a crack team of sleuths that includes crowbots. Yes, crowbots.

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Know Thy Corvids, Salmon Saver and Garlic Cures Trees

Also in our best of the web: Jon Stewart puts climate change at the top of the threat list, when black bears roamed Manhattan, how 5 flyers flap and a world without chocolate.

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Microplastics Project

Have you heard of microplastics? Every time you wash your clothes, you release 2,000 into the water system. But now you can help—as a citizen scientist.

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Octopus Cannibals, Cheetah Apocrypha and Antarctic Gravity

Also in our best of the web: 5 ways to stop wildlife decline, Australian heat wave linked to climate change. Steven Pinker on style & coming out as a scientist.

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Victorian Malleefowl Recovery Group

Ever heard of a malleefowl? You’ll never forget it after reading about their big feet, huge nests, and chicks born fully feathered that can fly within 24 hours.

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Penguin Watch

Contribute to science by looking at photos of adorable penguins, seriously. Give Penguin Watch a chance.

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Floating Forests

You could contribute to citizen science that protects an entire ocean ecosystem without traveling or learning to dive. Try Floating Forests online.

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Schaefer Prairie Preserve Citizen Science

Would you like to learn about the plants and wildlife of an eastern tallgrass prairie, while contributing to science? Visit Schaefer Prairie Preserve!

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Marmoset Mimicry, Teaching Fish to Walk, and Beetles Invasion

Also in our best of the web: remembering Martha, citizen scientists everywhere, a blueprint for climate cooperation and where to build roads.

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Citizen Science Tuesday: SEANET

Today’s citizen science: Survey Atlantic beaches to help sea bird conservation with SEANET.

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Citizen Science Tuesday: COASST

Looking for an excuse to visit the Pacific year round? COASST will give you a reason and a new understanding of the birds and sea creatures around you.

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Citizen Science Tuesday: JellyWatch

Like to go to the beach? JellyWatch gives you a meaningful reason to visit and a new perspective on those stranded jellies and summertime is prime jelly watching time!

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Otter Spotter

If you care about otters and water conservation, try Otter Spotter. See nature, do science, and learn why “Healthy watersheds make healthy ottersheds!”

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Firefly Watch

Fireflies call to mind magical summer nights and the wonder of nature, but people report that they don’t see so many around anymore. Are fireflies disappearing?

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Salmon Cam Returns

We’re pleased to return Salmon Cam, a live view of spawning Chinook and coho salmon and steelhead trout.

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