1. NatureServe
    Chief Scientist & Vice President for Conservation Science


Citizen Science

For decades, the NatureServe network has been collecting and managing reliable information about the status and trends of threatened biodiversity throughout the Western Hemisphere. All across the network, citizen scientists are increasingly involved in our efforts to understand how biodiversity is responding to the forces of global change.

Birdwatchers in southern Washington state. Photo by Sam Sheline | NatureServe.
  1. Citizen Science Strategy: Executive Summary

    PublicationScientific ReportNatureServe
  2. Citizen Science Strategy: Full Version

    PublicationScientific ReportNatureServe
  3. Explore Natural Communities

    ProductData, Maps & Tools