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Climate Watch for beginning participants - Shared screen with speaker view
Judith Poxon
16:52
How do I participate if there's no coordinator in my area>
Anne Dayer
18:23
Are datasheets for point counts available? Just shown on Participants Role slide.
Roslyn Rivas
18:26
Thanks for the question, Judith. You can still participate in Climate Watch without a coordinator, all the information you need can be found here: https://www.audubon.org/news/participant-resources-climate-watch
Brooke Bateman
19:57
Thanks Anne, yes we do have datasheets available for those that prefer collecting data on paper
Midge Dublinske
30:32
Midge Dublinske
Julie Amato
31:50
Do most people only do one count day during the count period, or do they go out on multiple days? What’s the average number of days that people go out during the count period?
Brooke Bateman
32:31
Hi Julie, most people do one square on one day. Some do more, it is up to you!
Midge Dublinske
32:35
I am in Ft. Myers and new to the area. Is there currently an established team coordinator who has done this in the past? I participated in this research in Nebraska last year, and the coordinator did the training and gave us the squares and the target species. I need a contact.
Roslyn Rivas
33:58
Hey Midge, on this page: https://www.audubon.org/news/participant-resources-climate-watchyou can find a list of current coordinators, you may find someone close to your area!
Roslyn Rivas
34:47
There actually is a coordinator based in Fort Myers :)
Judy Reeves
35:34
Is acceptable have more than one target species using different squares for each target species? Can you do surveys more than one day in the month period?
Brooke Bateman
42:37
You can survey for multiple target species that have different habitat requirements if you set up 12 points for each. These can be in the same square or different squares
Brooke Bateman
43:00
You can do surveys on any day within the month period, and you can go on more than one day if you do multiple species or squares
Anne Dayer
45:55
What is the link for the peer reviewed paper mentioned?
Julie Amato
46:27
I live in the San Francisco Bay Area, with lots of urban and suburban land use. Are you interested in data from these types of “habitats” or are we expected to collect data from more natural habitats, like parks and preserves?
Stacy STephens
46:33
I have to go back to work now! Thanks everyone for a very informative webinar! I’ll check in with the local chapters next
Kathy Dale
47:41
https://www.audubon.org/news/climate-change-pushing-bird-boundaries-community-scientists-confirm is the link to the peer-reviewed research.
John Humphreys
47:50
How do I sign up?
Anne Dayer
49:09
Thanks for the link!
Kathy Dale
49:26
Learn how to sign up here: https://www.audubon.org/news/how-join-climate-watch-community-science-program-audubon
Kathy Dale
50:04
Basically as long as you are on the Climate Watch email list, we will send you updates.
Kathy Dale
50:59
https://www.audubon.org/conservation/climate-watch
Louisa Evers
52:30
Thanks
Eve Waterman
52:38
thank you