Join ornithologist Adam Kent to explore eBird, a real-time, online checklist and citizen science program launched in 2002 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society. This is a free, interactive presentation that will show participants how to record the birds they see, keep track of their lists, and locate specific species. Please bring a laptop or tablet so you can follow along.
Adam Kent has worked on many educational programs and projects. He developed Florida's Bird Detective Junior Birder program for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and served as the first Scrub Jay Coordinator for the Commission. Adam has also served as president of the Florida Ornithological Society and currently coordinates the Lake County Florida Breeding Bird Atlas.
There is no charge to attend this special eBird workshop, but please contact Chinsegut Conservation Center to reserve space.
More information about eBird is on the Cornell site About eBird.