It’s Time To Explore!
We’re ready! Join us in the next phase of the Battling Birds: Panama Edition investigation–data exploration. We’ve completed the first three phases (observe, question, collect data), and now it’s time to look at data visualizations. Regardless of your involvement with Battling Birds so far, we invite you to explore the data, ask questions, and be a...March 23, 2021
It’s Time To Take A Vote
It’s time to choose what data we will focus on and collect for the Battling Birds: Panama Edition. In the past couple weeks, cam viewers have teamed up with Dr. Eliot Miller to determine how to understand how birds battle it out on the Panama Fruit Feeder cam. We’re already planning to record displacements (i.e....December 22, 2020
It’s Time To Vote!
It’s time to choose what data we will collect for the Cornell Feeders Live investigation. Over the past two weeks, the Bird Cams Lab community has worked together to share and discuss ideas on the Wonder Board and Question Design Board. The community is full of curiosity and has proposed many interesting questions. Given that we...March 11, 2021
Join Us For A Live Conversation About Battling Birds: Panama Edition
Join the Bird Cams Lab staff TODAY at 12:00 PM ET in a live Q&A discussion. We'll highlight the most recent investigation with the Panama Fruit Feeder cam, Battling Birds: Panama Edition, and how you can get involved by collecting data. Register for this free webinar now. Even if you can't make it for the live conversation,...January 28, 2021
Join Us For A Live Question & Answer Session about Hawk Talk Visualizations
The Bird Cams Lab team invites the community to join us for a live discussion about the preliminary findings from the Hawk Talk project. We invite you to simply listen in, ask questions, or point out neat things you’ve noticed. In 2018, we embarked on a scientific investigation with the Red-tailed Hawk cam community. We talked...January 27, 2020
Learn About Tropical Birds At Live Webinar
We had over 100 people weigh in to let us know when the best date and time would be to meet for our upcoming live event: Panama Live: Uncovering the lives of tropical feeder birds. Based on the responses, we’ll be meeting September 10th at 4:00 P.M. ET. Register today and save the information on...September 3, 2020
Let’s reach the finish line!
Thank you to everyone who has collected data for Hawk Happenings. Over 270 people have made over 7,100 observations! We’re so excited to see the community coming together to learn more about hawk behavior. But we’re not done yet! We’re in the final stretch and need your help to cross the finish line. Help us continue...June 11, 2020
Live From Bird Cams Lab: A Fun and Lively Discussion
On October 21 more than 100 people tuned in for an engaging discussion about the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Red-tailed Hawk cam and Hawk Happenings, a Bird Cams Lab investigation. As one of the hosts, I was thrilled that so many people joined us to actively participate in the chat and Q&A. Throughout the hour the...October 27, 2020
Live From Bird Cams Lab: A Webinar About What Goes On At The Cornell Feeders
Go behind-the-scenes with Bird Cams staff to learn more about the Cornell FeederWatch cam and check out the data visualizations from the Cornell Feeders Live investigation. On June 16, 164 people tuned in for an engaging hour all about the Cornell FeederWatch cam. Bird Cams staff showed where the cam is located at the Cornell Lab...June 17, 2021
Live From Bird Cams Lab: Birds, Feeders, And Science
Watch Bird Cams staff share highlights from the Cornell Feeders Live investigation, and answer the community’s questions. On February 23, 244 people tuned in to learn more about the newest Bird Cams Lab investigation, Cornell Feeders Live, and the cam it’s based on, the Cornell FeederWatch cam. Bird Cams staff highlighted discussions on the Wonder Board...February 25, 2021