Last updated: May 7, 2023
To read Advanced Training Requirements, go to 5. Advanced Training Requirements on page 11 of the Chapter Management and Operations Protocols here: Chapter Documents
To submit an AT opportunity, please use this form [coming soon].
For questions, contact the 2023 Advanced Training Director, Doris Hasten.
Citizen Science Programs:
- CoCoRaHS: Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, & Snow Network https://cocorahs.org
- Cornell Project Feeder Watch: https://feederwatch.org/about/project-overview/
- eBird: https://ebird.org/
- Globe at Night: https://www.globeatnight.org/
- Globe Observer: Collect data on clouds, mosquitos, land cover, trees & sponsors challenges using an app on your phone https://observer.globe.gov/ iNaturalist: https://www.inaturalist.org/
- Monarch Larva Monitoring Project: https://www.citizenscience.gov/monitor-monarchs
- Nest Watch: https://nestwatch.org
- Pollinator Citizen Science Project: https://sixleggedaggie.com/research/pollinator-project/
- Pollen Trackers: https://www.usanpn.org/nn/PollenTrackers
- Texas Invasives: https://www.texasinvasives.org/invaders/
- Texas Nature Trackers: Texas Nature Trackers (TNT), part of the Wildlife Diversity Program, tracks the status of wild populations of plants and animals throughout Texas. Participating in TNT projects is a great way to learn more about the biodiversity of the state and contribute to Texas Parks and Wildlife’s research and conservation efforts
- Texas Stream Team: Texas Stream Team at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment is dedicated to understanding and protecting the 191,000 miles of Texas waterways.