Ten good reasons to get involved in citizen science

Queensland Science
Apr 12 · 5 min read

1. Start a new hobby

2. Learn about the world

Citizen science gives you the opportunity to expand your knowledge

3. Help make brand new discoveries

4. Learn what a typical day looks like for a scientist

5. Help protect the environment

You can play a role in conservation

6. Connect with family

Good times can be had working on science projects together as a family

7. You can get involved from the comfort of your own home!

8. Be outdoors, which is good for your health

Join in on protecting our coastal habitat and enjoy the outdoors. Photo credit: DuneWatch

9. Anyone can do it

10. Feel good factor

Interested to give it a try?

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