Take a new look at the flashing fireflies in your backyard.
A guide to squirrels of a different color.
Where have all the weasels gone? The small carnivores are in decline, and you can help.
New research shows just how useful citizen science is for horseshoe crab conservation.
Monitoring bats on back roads is a citizen science project for the whole family…sort of.
Help scientists answer questions about bird plumage like, how colorful are birds? How quickly does plumage color evolve? Are changes in plumage color associated with the origins of new species?
Three photos. Three questions. That’s all there is to it. Your identifications help give conservationists the information they need to restore young forests where wildlife thrives.
Poor water quality in Hawaii's oceans degrades corals, threatening the fish and other creatures (including people) that rely on them. A dedicated group of citizen scientists gather water samples from 48 monitoring sites off the coast of Maui.
Citizen science tackles groundwater challenges head-on in the Kathmandu Valley. The project provides a foundation for climate resilient and sustainable growth across Nepal though smart groundwater use.
How do animals react to solar eclipses? Scientists don't know much, but what they do know is, well, sometimes a little weird.
Around the globe, conservationists are employing the latest technological advances to make a difference for people, wildlife, oceans, forests and clean water.
Looking to go birding and help conservation? Here are our picks for some of the best bird-related citizen science projects.