The Alaska Swallow Monitoring Network is a partnership between Alaskan scientists and communities working dinnertime-copytogether to monitor climate change impacts on boreal birds. Network participants monitor the phenology and success of nesting Tree Swallows across the state, building a large data set that can better reveal population trends and changes in breeding phenology and success.

The network also aims to build STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) literacy, job skills, and career awareness in participants, and develops ecological and climate literacy in host communities.

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