South Africa: “Wow! Me? – a ‘Citizen Scientist?!’
September 18, 2013 Editor 0
[SAFCEI]Would you think of yourself as being able to contribute to the knowledge base in the conservation of our God-given awesome environment? – as a strictly part-time layperson? Could you ever consider yourself to be ‘Citizen Scientist’? … Well the answer is a resounding “YES!” as presented by our speaker, Andy Branfield, as he shared with us the importance and significance of Bird Atlasing in South Africa.
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