Volunteer citizen scientists work alongside professional scientists to protect and restore habitat on the Texas coast.
Photo: Seth Patterson
Audubon Texas’ Coastal Conservation program has been protecting and conserving bird populations since 1923. In 2014, we created TERN to address the growing need for bird monitoring, outreach, and hands-on restoration work along the Texas Coast. TERN provides volunteers with the tools and skills they need to become on-the-ground citizen scientists, working to increase and protect bird populations.
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