NestWatch is a US nationwide monitoring program designed to keep a database on the reproductive biology of birds. This helps in the study of breeding bird populations and the fluctuations due to climate change, habitat degradation and alterations to urban areas.
Being involved with NestWatch means you can learn about birds whilst making a rewarding contribution to science. You simply register on the website to be a certified NestWatcher, find a birds nest and then with guidance make visits to the nest every 3-4 days. You will need to record what you see and report the information back to NestWatch so they can expand their database.
Become a certified NestWatcher today and with your invaluable help there will be a greater understanding of our bird populations.