You’ve probably been hearing a lot about eBird (http://www.ebird.org/ ), the online birding tool that is changing the face of modern birding. eBird is an internet-based checklist program built for birders by birders, whose goal is to harness the power of both birding and science. It allows you to keep track of your bird records online and share them with the birding community, while making them available for science and conservation efforts. eBird allows birders to post sightings, keep life lists, and manage their personal records. This workshop will teach you what eBird is and why it’s important that you contribute, give you tips on how to make your entries as useful as possible, show you what it can do for you as a birder, and teach you how to get started. Join eBird Project Leader Brian Sullivan for a look at this remarkable tool, and get empowered to make your observations count! Recommended for all levels of eBird users. Limited to 45 participants, so sign up soon!
Date and Time: Saturday, March 24, 2012, 9 am – 1 pm
Location: Pima Community College NW Campus, Tucson, Arizona
Cost of the workshop: $25
Register online at: http://www.tucsonaudubon.org/what-we-do/education/eduadult/223.html
or by contacting Bété Pfister at 520-209-1812 or email@example.com
Co-hosted by Tucson Audubon Society (TAS) and Arizona Field Ornithologists (AZFO.org).