Science Opportunities

Science Opportunities

Get involved in Science

Citizen Science Projects

Citizen science projects are activities where non-scientists can meaningfully contribute to scientific research. See below for some of our citizen science projects:

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Bahama Parrots of Nassau locator – do you live on New Providence and see these guys all the time? Join this group and help us collect basic information about the curious parrots in the capital city.

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Bahama Oriole Project  – do you live on Andros or are you visiting and want to help participate in collecting information on these extremely rare and endemic species of The Bahamas. Join this group, take photos of sightings and participate.

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Christmas Bird Count – are you interested in taking part in this world-wide bird count? If so contact the Science Department of the BNT: science@bnt.bs

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The Great Backyard Bird Count – here is another great world-wide bird counting exercise that you can do straight from your back yard. If interested please contact the Science Department of the BNT: science@bnt.bs

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My Science My Conch – do you want to get involved with Conch research? Contact Community Conch or the Bahamas National Trust Education Department to learn about the Conch Badge.