Field Notes

How You Can Help
Track Spring's Journey North

Please print a copy of this checklist and watch for these migrations and signs of spring. Remember: We can't track Spring without you! Even if you don't track all the migrations, please send as many sightings as you can. We need help from everyone in order to gather enough data.

Report Your SightingsHow to Report Your Sightings
Simply press the Owl button on any page and a Field Data Form will appear.

Migrations and Signs of Spring
Practice Report (Any Species) Red-winged blackbird (FIRST)
Bald Eagle Robin (First SEEN)
Earthworm (FIRST sighted) Robin (First HEARD Singing)
Frog (First HEARD singing) Robin (OTHER observations)
Hummingbird (Feeder up) Swallow (FIRST sighted)
Hummingbird (FIRST sighted) Tulips PLANTED
Ice-Out Tulips EMERGED
Leaf-Out (Any species) Tulips BLOOMED
Loon (FIRST sighted) Unpave-the-Way Project
Manatee Whale, Gray (FIRST sighted)
Maple Syrup (FIRST Sap Run) Whale, Gray (1st Mother/Calf)
Monarch Adult (FIRST sighted) Whale, Humpback
Monarch Larva (FIRST sighted) Whale, Right
Monarch Egg (FIRST sighted) Whooping Crane
Monarch (OTHER observations) Other Signs of Spring
Oriole (Feeder up)  
Oriole (FIRST sighted)  
Oriole (FIRST Nest-building)