Report your observations: Audubon has great citizen science programs that call upon people like you to help count birds for ongoing analysis. Find out how to get involved by visiting Great Backyard Bird Count occurring every President's Day weekend in February, or Christmas Bird Count that runs from December 14 to January 5 each year. In addition, check out ebird, a project of Audubon and Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. You can enter your observations anytime in ebird.
Organize or participate in a bird survey at an IBA or potential IBA for a WatchList species. (Contact your state IBA coordinator for information).
Adopt an IBA and help to develop a conservation plan for the site in partnership with IBA staff and local stakeholders.
Join Audubon's efforts to help birds in your neighborhood.
Volunteer for a project to restore habitat or eradicate invasive species at an IBA .
Advocate for land acquisition funds for an IBA where land acquisition is underway.
Recruit and organize volunteers to help an IBA managed by a refuge, State Park, or land trust.
Take political action: Lawmakers care about your views and opinions. As a constituent, you have a unique ability to convey your concerns about issues affecting birds, wildlife and their habitats — and be heard like no lobbyist here in Washington, DC.