Expand the Conversation
There are many ways to be involved in bird and habitat conservation. If you want to volunteer, attend a conference or just learn more, check out the opportunities below.
Conferences and Meetings
November 9-December 5
Co-sponsored by American Ornithological Society and Partners in Flight International Science Committee
January 7-15, 2021 Marseille, France
March 8-12, 2021 (Virtual Event)
March 29-April 1, 2021.
April 25-28, 2021
Trainings, Webinars & Workshops
Note: We share large-scale or new community science programs related to our conservation priorities here, or sites that list multiple projects. To find more chances to volunteer, reach out to your state or local Audubon, land trust, or resource agency. Or contact us and we can help connect you.
January 15-February 15, 2021
Contribute to the World Wetlands Survey by completing a survey about a wetland you care about.
Help survey birds on the coast of British Columbia.
Help with Brown Pelicans, Snowy Plovers, Black Oystercatchers or some of their Coastal Community or Portland-Metro area projects.
Scientists want to know if you see banded Lesser Yellowlegs.
The Pueo Project could use more citizen scientists to help locate and learn more about the Pueo, or Hawaiian Short-eared Owl.
eBird Northwest keeps an ongoing list of Northwest U.S. community science opportunities.
The Final Environmental Impact Statement on Expanding Management of Conflicts Associated with Double-crested Cormorants is open for public comment.
Comment deadline: December 21
Nominate rocky coastline sites for Oregonʻs Territorial Sea Plan: Part III–The Rocky Habitat Management Strategy
Site nominations will be accepted through 2020.
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