Be part of the incredible journey of migration. Journey North provides easy to use methods to report phenological observations, view maps, take pictures and leave comments. Observations are mapped in real-time as waves of migrations – arrivals in the spring and departures in the fall – move across the continent. Your individual observations become location pins on the maps and provide information such as date, time and behavioral observations. Taken as a whole, these individual location pins create largescale illustrations of migration patterns.
Open participation and inclusivity are key aspects of Journey North. Anyone can join. You do not need an advanced science degree – only curiosity and an eagerness to observe the world around you. Across North America, Journey North citizen scientists report phenological observations for many migratory species including monarchs, hummingbirds, loons, and more.
We look forward to connecting with you. Learn more about how to participate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9QO4KOcXvY