Thanks to all the volunteers who participated in the Thanksgiving count! Now, it's time to send your data in (firstname.lastname@example.org) and prepare for the New Year's count: Saturday, December 29 to Sunday, January 13!
The Thanksgiving count is officially over! Thanks to all the volunteers for getting out and counting. If you haven't sent in your data yet, please do so ASAP to email@example.com. Quite a few researchers are waiting on the data, so we are trying to get everything in, vetted, and finalized sooner this season.
Happy holidays to everyone and we'll be in communication again as the NY count approaches (starting Saturday Dec. 29th).
And as a nice marking of the end of the T'count, we'll share a strange and beautiful monarch collage by Bob Danzinger, a monarch enthusiast in the Central Coast of California who has an overwintering site on his property and has distributed millions of native milkweed and nectar plant seeds to restoration and education projects. Thanks for sharing Bob! ... See MoreSee Less
A new blog about the preliminary Thanksgiving counts. While it's sobering news, it shows just how important our volunteers' efforts to monitor overwintering sites are. Thank you to all our citizen scientists and regional coordinators. ... See MoreSee Less
We're in the final stretch of the Thanksgiving Count (ends Sunday Dec. 2nd). You still have a few more days to get out and count your sites! And please send in datasheets as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
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