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Northern Arizona Audubon Society

Northern Arizona Audubon Society

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One of the ways that NAAS contributes to conservation is to count birds during official bird surveys. Our counts are Community Science initiatives on the fly. NAAS holds field trips that count! Conservation-minded members are invited to join point-count survey teams to learn how counting birds can make a difference. We count birds because it adds to scientific research; without which, no conservation measures would get funded. Whether it’s simply submitting and sharing eBird checklists from our field trips; an organized point-count to understand the decline of a specific species, or species in a certain habitat; or counting every single bird during fun Christmas Bird Counts, counting birds matters. And there’s no need to be an expert. Below are the many opportunities to join our community science projects coordinated or supported by Northern Arizona Audubon Society.


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