Citizen Science programs aspire to instill in our community members knowledge and appreciation of the Pine Bush while also providing us with scientific information that informs our restoration and management efforts.
This is your Preserve, your backyard, your globally-rare, nationally-significant and locally- distinct habitat.
We are looking to engage people in science work at the preserve, both in helping to collect data and in getting a detailed look at what we do and why. Citizen Science opportunities are offered as the need arises. For example, we will have information sessions in May for those willing to help us survey Eastern whip-poor-wills and American woodcocks and in October for neighbors who can help us measure snowpack during the winter months.
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