Latin: Tringa flavipes
Using your binoculars can help birds when you participate in community science projects.
Birding Photo: Ben Sullender
Community Science uses volunteers to help with field research. Many widespread volunteers can gather a volume of information not otherwise possible. Your bird sightings can help monitor bird species and populations.
Get into the holiday spirit by participating one of the longest-running community science projects.
What Arctic-nesting birds can you find in your state?
Count at your favorite birding spot in February, then record your sightings online. This is a great interactive event for kids and families, whether you're a new or experienced birder.
Help monitor the numbers of declining species of boreal-nesting birds in the Anchorage and Matanuska Valley.
Keep track of your bird lists in this online birding database, which allows you share sightings and contribute to bird research.
Over the past decade, Alaskans have witnessed a startling increase of beak deformities among local birds. The Alaska office of the US Geological Survey (USGS) is studying possible causes.
Help secure the future for birds at risk from climate change, habitat loss and other threats. Your support will power our science, education, advocacy and on-the-ground conservation efforts.
We are proud to be part of the 1% for the Planet network. If you own a business, please consider joining 1% for the Planet to support Audubon Alaska’s conservation efforts.