Join the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in a citizen science initiative to conduct a long-term Ecological Integrity Monitoring (EIM) on the Sinlahekin Wildlife Area. You will be provided training, and free access to the wildlife area.
You will need a camera (digital or SmartPhone), and access to a computer website. You can elect to report data at a specific site or multiple sites.
WDFW’s research scientists will provide Citizen Science volunteers training on:
- - using your digital camera or Smart Phone to take photos at specific GPS points using WDFW protocols, and uploading the images to a WDFW website.
- - record key habitat features you observe on data collection forms and upload the information to a WDFW website.
Trained volunteers will receive:
- WDFW Business Pass provided for one year entry (renewable) to the Sinlahekin Wildlife Area for citizen science purposes.
- 140 miles travel reimbursed
- Earn hours towards a free Discover Pass
For more information contact:
Chuck Gibilisco at (360) 902-2364, firstname.lastname@example.org