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benthic stream monitoringFriends of the Middle RiverAugusta Countyassess stream health by surveying benthic macroinvertebratesspring, summer and fallclick hereWhit Moriss
awmorriss@gmail.com
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bird counts and surveysAugusta Bird ClubAugusta CountyA variety of ongoing counts and surveys of various bird species at various times of the yearvarious: February, September, DecemberAudubon websitePenny Warren
penny@staunton.com
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hummingbird site
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Rockingham Bird ClubRockingham Countyraptor site
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Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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Box Turtle Reportingcollect observation information for Virginia's eastern box turtlesanyclick here
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butterfly countSkyline Dr., Shenandoah National Parkidentify species and abundance of butterflies for a national databaseJune and Julyclick hereMark Gretch
mgre56@yahoo.com
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Cricket Crawlyour yard and neighborhoodcheck for presence of 8 species of crickets and katydids by their calls on a designated evening in August each yeardesignated evening in August each yearclick here
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Dragonfly Pond Watchyour choice of pond or wetlandcollect and record information about 5 different dragonfly speciesspring and fallhttp://www.xerces.org/dragonfly-migration/pondwatch/
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eMammal camera trappingSmithsonian Conservation Biology Institutewidespreadover 3 months each in spring and fallhttp://emammal.wordpress.com/about/
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Frog and Toad Calling SurveyVA Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF)various- route availability determined by VDGIFidentify species and number of frogs and toads by their calls at 10 given locations along a route 3 nights a year February, March, April, and Junehttp://www.yourwildlife.org/participate/Ryan Niccoli
Ryan.Niccoli@dgif.virginia.gov
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Project Budburstyour choicedata collection related to timing of leafing and flowering of native plant speciesmostly spring http://budburst.org/index.php
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urban wildlifeyour home and bodysampling biodiversity on ourselves and immediate environmentvariousclick here
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vegetative monitoringShenandoah National ParkShenandoah National Park and its office in Luraylichen collection and catalogingyear roundpark natural resource inventoriesWendy Cass, park botanist
wendy_cass@nps.gov
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water quality monitoringFriends of the Shenandoah Riverdesignated sites at tributaries to the Shenandoah River over both Augusta and Rockingham Countiescollect water samples and deliver them to a courier to go to the DEQ lab at Shenandoah Universitytwo Friday mornings per month year round
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weather observationsyour homecollect weather data for international databaseyear roundhttp://www.wxqa.com/Barb Frew
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Wildlife MappingDepartment of Game and Inland Fisheriesanywhere in Virginiacontribute to an online database of state wildlife sitingsyear roundclick here
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