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Community Science

Community science programs engage people from the general public as volunteers in scientific research projects through the collection of ecologic information.

Community science programs engage people from the general public as volunteers in scientific research projects through the collection of ecologic information. 

Corkscrew's current community science programs are set up to promote environmental awareness and actively engage the public in the collection of data on bird and butterfly species in and near the Sanctuary.  The information collected by our community scientists is used to improve local and national knowledge of bird and butterfly distribution and population trends.  Information collected can also be incorporated into natural resource management plans.

For more information and to register for these community science programs, please see below. 

Upcoming Community Science Events

Great Backyard Bird Count
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Great Backyard Bird Count

The next Great Backyard Bird Count is February 15-18, 2019

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Audubon Christmas Bird Count at Corkscrew
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Audubon Christmas Bird Count at Corkscrew

This year's Corkscrew CBC will be held on Saturday, December 14, 2019.

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Corkscrew's NABA July Butterfly Count
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Corkscrew's NABA July Butterfly Count

Event Date: 2019 date TBA 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

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