Climate Watch

Help us find out how birds are responding to climate change. 

In 2014, Audubon released the Birds and Climate Change Report highlighting the risks that climate change poses to birds across North America. In response, thousands of people asked how they could help make the world a better place for birds. 

Now you can help by joining Golden Eagle Audubon Society (GEAS) as we observe birds locally and contribute information to National Audubon’s Climate Watch Program. Volunteers will commit to one survey day to look for birds where Audubon’s climate models project they should be.

Volunteer Time Commitment & Requirements

Volunteers will attend one training session and commit to monitoring for 4 hours at a pre-determined site. Having access to a smart phone or GPS device is not a pre-requisite but is strongly recommended to help you find the monitoring site. No previous birding experience is required.

How to Sign Up

Contact Dondi Black, Climate Watch Coordinator:

Species monitoring varies by season:

  • Winter: Red-Breasted Nuthatch 
  • Summer: Mountain Bluebird 

For more information download the program's general overview.

Membership starts at just $20/year and supports our programs, education, conservation, and advocacy work.

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"Golden Eagle Audubon Society" is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 8261, Boise, ID 83707

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