1,365 people took part including groups from 63 organisations.
The public and schools are also invited to use lunar images to identify features and plot a journey for a rover
“Risso’s dolphins are predominantly deep water lovers and are therefore relatively unstudied” Image shows Risso’s dolphin spy-hopping credit Colin Bird
Events for Stronsay Climate Festival
Events in Stronsay for the Climate Festival
workshops and events in Stronsay for the Citizen Science Festival
This year’s Big Butterfly Count runs from the 15th July to the 7th August.
Monument Monitor is a citizen science project – visitors are asked to send in their images of the Ring of Brodgar and other sites across Scotland.
“Bumblebees are mostly threatened by loss and degradation of nesting and feeding habitat.” Richard Comont, Science Manager at the Bumblebee Conservation Trust
A citizen science project by the University of Sussex has found that urban growers in Brighton and Hove were able to harvest 1kg of insect-pollinated fruit and vegetables per one metre square.