Be a citizen scientist!

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Anyone can be a citizen scientist and help discover amazing things about our world! What do you like? Birds, butterflies, stars, plants, insects?  

When you get involved in citizen science, you get to learn more about your favourite thing and contribute to amazing projects!

Here are some great places to get started:

Watch Activity 13 video on YouTube

Share with us

We would love to hear about your citizen science project. Tell us which project you joined and what you did.  

Share your activity with us via our social media pages #KingsParkHomeDelivery.


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