NestWatch

Where Birds Come to Life

Help Measure Nature's Success

nests, clutches, broods, and fledglings

For over a decade people like you have helped scientists by collecting valuable data on the successes and failures of nesting birds.

Eastern Bluebird Nesting Attempts

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NestWatch News

NestWatchers Needed For New Barn Swallow Study

March 2014

NestWatchers can help researchers study the effects of artificial light on the pace of life of Barn Swallows. Sign up today!

What’s Old Is New

March 2014

NestWatch can accept historic data going back all the way to 1900! If you have old notebooks or data sheets full of nesting observations, enter them.

Enter Data in Mobile Site

March 2014

If you have a smartphone or tablet, you can use NestWatch in the field and skip the data sheets! Try it today and go paperless.

New Scientific Paper Published

March 2014

During the 2013 season, Gerald Clark discovered the first case of Eastern Bluebird twins. Now you can read the scientific article about the discovery online!

Welcome a New Chapter!

March 2014

Welcome to our newest NestWatch Chapter, at Biodiversity Research Institute, located in Gorham, Maine!

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DRL-0540185. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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