Join the hunt for shark egg cases
The Great Eggcase Hunt has landed on Australian shores, calling on citizen scientists to look for egg cases underwater or washed up on beaches.
Grab your camera! It’s time for the Big Bushfire BioBlitz
It has been two years since the devastating Australian bushfires of 2019-20. Now we need to find out how the bush is recovering- and you can help.
Orchid hunting has come a long way. In 5 steps you can join a national research effort
Contributions from citizen scientists who look for orchids are incredibly valuable in orchid research because they cover much more ground than a handful of experts.
Support bushfire science from home
CSIRO is calling for citizen scientists to help digitise specimens of flies, mayflies, caddisflies, bugs, butterflies and more.
Sea-lebrities and keeping an eye on water quality
We have transformed images from the EyeonWater Australia app used to help monitor water quality into images of your favourite sea-lebrities!
Become a citizen scientist: create your own project to help the environment
In our three-part series, we explore the ways you can help scientists understand extreme events. In this final part, we explain how to set up your own citizen scientist project.
Critterpedia: Taking the guesswork out of animal spotting
A Data61 collaboration is seeing the construction of a tool that uses machine learning and citizen science to take the guesswork out of animal spotting.
Sink or swim: marine debris on land vs seafloor
Our scientists, together with Project Aware and Ocean Conservancy, have conducted the largest global survey of land and marine debris.
It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s citizen science!
The Australian Birds of Prey in Flight book is a perfect example of the power of community and citizen science in action.
Citizen scientists bring more critters online
Back in October we took a look at the phenomenon of citizen science that has really taken off over the […]
Citizens, lend me your science-ing
Millions of people around the world are proving that you don’t need to be a professional scientist to be involved […]