WATCH BIRDS & ANIMALS DURING THE ECLIPSE

January 12th, 2010  |  Published in Introduction  |  14 Comments

ENTER YOUR DATA AND OBSERVATIONS ONLINE

Thanks for participating! Results will be available in a week. The sooner you send in your observations the better. If you would like to receive updates on EclipseWatch and other Citizen Science projects, please drop us a line at eclipsewatch@gmail.com.

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Have you wondered how animals and birds respond during a solar eclipse?

Here is a chance for you to contribute information based on your own observations during the solar eclipse on 15 January 2010! It’s very easy: justĀ  download a data collection form and begin watching.

EclipseWatch collects information about the flight and sounds of birds and animals before, during, and after the eclipse. Please participate no matter where you are in the country, and no matter what the intensity of the eclipse will be in your area. The idea is to compare the reaction of animals across regions of different coverage of the eclipse.

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