Great Lakes Worm Watch
The Great Lakes Worm Watch project is coordinated by Dr. Cindy Hale at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The mission of the program is to increase public understanding and appreciation of the role of exotic earthworms in ecosystem change across the Great Lakes region. To learn more about earthworms, check out the Great Lakes Worm Watch website at http://greatlakeswormwatch.org.
Frog and Toad Survey
The Beaver Creek Reserve Citizen Science program trains volunteers to conduct frog and toad surveys. Participants spend three evenings between April and July listening for frog and toad calls and report their findings on the Wisconsin NatureMapping website. The annual survey began in 2004. To learn more about the WI Frog and Toad Survey visit www.mbr-pwrc.usgs.gov/wifrog/frog.htm.
Bluebird Restoration Project Bluebirds are easily identified by anyone, whether an avid or beginning bird watcher. Work with Beaver Creek Reserve to find a bluebird trail or nest box to monitor and learn how to enter your bluebird observations on the WI NatureMapping website! Become a bluebird's landlord today!