Wasatch Wildlife Watch community scientist volunteer

Sign-up Form

Due to the limited number of research cameras 2018 participants will be given preference on camera assignments before new volunteers. Any new volunteers without a camera assignment will have the opportunity to visit a camera site with a researcher and/or analyze wildlife photos on an online database.

Name *
Name
Phone
Phone
Through which organization did you hear about this project?
Are you a returning Wasatch Wildlife Watch participant? *
If you participated in the 2018 field season, would you prefer the same sites as last year, or new sites?
Will you be logging your volunteer hours toward dedicated hunter hours?
Are you interested in sorting wildlife photos online, installing and maintaining cameras in the field, or both? *
Would you be interested in monitoring over the winter as well as summer?
Do you have any fieldwork/backcountry experience?
Do you have a personal GPS or phone with GPS capabilities?
If you would like to maintain cameras in the field, mark your preference on site level of access:
Some sites can have more challenging access than others. Please indicate the level of effort you prefer to access your site.
If you would like to maintain cameras in the field, which canyons would you prefer to work in?
Check all that apply
Will you be able to attend the community/citizen scientist training on April 13th from 9am to 4pm at the Natural History Museum of Utah?
Lunch and breaks are included.

Due to the limited number of research cameras 2018 participants will be given preference on camera assignments before new volunteers. Any new volunteers without a camera assignment will have the opportunity to visit a camera site with a researcher and/or analyze wildlife photos on an online database.