United States birds nests’ research


This video from the USA says about itself:

Learn how illustrator Pedro Fernandes is creating a new poster of nesting birds for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s NestWatch citizen-science project.

From the 2012 NestWatch Year in Review, by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA. They coordinate counts of bird nests in various states in the USA.

Top 20 Species Monitored in 2012 Species New to NestWatch in 2012

See also here.

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11 thoughts on “United States birds nests’ research

  1. I have walked past that lab. I live a few hours away from there. I haven’t been up there since high school when I was putting out applications for colleges and visiting schools. They have a nice animal science and equestrian program. Was just saying.
    Oh and btw, check out my post on Flying Squirrels, Flying Fish, etc…I was able to put a video in. Thanks for your instructions. They really helped me. I appreciate your help. That blog post about the flying frog was very inspiration but I love all your posts.

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