The Pacific Flyway Shorebird Survey (PFSS) is looking for citizen science volunteers to conduct shorebird surveys in Coos Bay, Oregon on January 8th 2015 and we need your help!
The Pacific Flyway Shorebird Survey is a multi-partner project, led by Point Blue Conservation Science; the survey depends on citizen science effort to help protect shorebirds and wetlands all the way from Canada to Mexico. This year Klamath Bird Observatory is assisting with the coordination of surveys at Coos Bay, Oregon.
Time Commitment: ~1-2 days:
Training: Watching a training webinar on December 4th from 1:00pm-3:30pm to review the protocol and counting techniques
Scouting: Become familiar with your site; make sure you know the access points and how long it will take to cover the area. Scouting takes place Wednesday, January 7th.
Survey: January 8th.
The best candidates for the project will:
For more information about PFSS please visit http://data.prbo.org/apps/pfss/.