Date: 11/1/18 4:11 pm
From: cllongmore via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: [CT Birds] New Project - Battling Birds
Hope this is ok to share.   Zooinverse has a lot of fun and interesting citizen science projects. 
Claudia longmore Wethersfield 
-------- Original message --------From: Zooniverse Team <no-reply...> Date: 11/1/18 12:58 PM (GMT-05:00) To: <announcements...> Subject: New Project - Battling Birds









Hi there,
Come
watch feeder birds battle it out in one of the latest Zooniverse
project, Battling Birds.
Battling
Birds is a part of a larger project that the Cornell Lab of
Ornithology is co-developing with viewers called the Birds Cams Lab
in which scientists and viewers work together to create scientific
investigations.
The
main goal of Battling Birds is to better understand birds and their
behavior at feeders. It’s known that birds interact with each
other, but there are still questions left unanswered about what may
influence these interactions.
We
have thousands of clips from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s
FeederWatch Cam ready for you to watch and tag. But don’t just
classify the data! Join us on the forums to ask questions, discuss
what you are seeing, and be a part of the community.
To
get started, head over to www.zooniverse.org/projects/canagica/battling-birds
and either start classifying clips or join in the discussion on the
forums.
See
you there!Grant & the Zooniverse Team

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