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Audubon Magazine Three Generations of Citizen Science: The Futurist

NBC News Online Amateurs Feed Their Science and History Addictions

Wildlife Extra News Ninety years of valuable migration data about North American birds is now available online North American Bird Phenology Program

The Commercial Appeal Amateur scientists gain new respect

Sierra Sun Times USGS Bird Migration Milestone: One Million Records Show Change Over Time Citizen science rocks!

NPR, WYPR, Midday with Dan Rodricks. Changing Climate, Changing Seasons. January 20, 2014.

Bio-Medicine It's for the birds

Wildlife Extra Ivory-billed woodpecker, Giant albatross and Carolina parakeet amongst birding records found in US archive

About Birding Birding Volunteers Needed

The Geology News Blog It's for the Birds: Historical Bird Files Give Insight into Climate Change: Online Volunteers Recruited

Chesapeake Bay News North American Bird Phenology Program (BPP) Online Data Entry System

The Signal: Santa Clarita Valley Historic bird records give insight into climate change

PhysOrg It's for the birds: Historical bird files give insight into climate change

Chincoteague Island .Net North American Bird Phenology Program (BPP) Data Entry System Spring comes sooner to Phila. - and that's not good

Climate Data Modernization Program Annual Report

ClimateWatch Magazine Watching Birds, Tracking Climate

Audubon Naturalist News Measuring Springtime (PDF)

BioScience Phenology and Citizen Science (PDF)

Audubon Magazine In the Cards

ABC 7 News: San Francisco Bird-watching helps fight global warming

TC Palm Bird records may provide insight into global warming

South Coast Today Flight plans: Historic records to shed light on global warming, migration

Wildbirds Broadcasting Online Entry to Improve Input of Historic Bird Phenology Details Ninety years of birdwatchers' notes going online Open Data: Help Migratory Bird Observations Fly into the Digital Age

The Take Away Saving history: The biologist who protected six million bird-watching notecards

The Take Away Birding gets a digital upgrade

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