Use these resources to help you find additional information for your CIA Project.
Last Updated: May 20, 2015
This is the website you used in class to choose your CIA project.
FIRST, Check your project's website for background information. You will be surprised at how much you will find on these sites!
Not only does this describe the NestWatch project, it also has information on North American birds. Check out the links at the bottom of the webpage under Citizen Science Programs.
- Project Feederwatch
Not only does this describe Project Feederwatch, but it also has information about North American birds at the bottom of the webpage under Citizen Science Programs.
Link to eBird website.
- National Wildlife Federation - Birds
Use this link to research about the food sources, habitats and migration paths of birds.
- Online Guide to North American Birds
From Audubon. Use this website to fill in any other information you may need if you are researching one of the bird projects.
- Bumble Bee Watch
As you explore this website, you will find preliminary background information. Check under RESOURCES at the bottom of the page.
- Bumble Boosters
Information on the Bumble Boosters project.
- National Wildlife Federation - Invertebrates
Use this website to research the habitat, life cycle and food sources of the Common Eastern Bumblebee, the Giant Darner Dragonfly and the Monarch Butterfly.
- Monarch Watch
This is a great website to find out about the migratory patterns of Monarch Butterflies.
- Monarch Joint Ventures
Information on Monarch Butterfly migration.
Look at the links under Nest Watch and Bumble Bee Watch to find information on specific species of birds and insects. Information on migratory patterns of birds and insects are listed in the Nest Watch and Bumble Bee Watch boxes.