RINS offers a fascinating opportunity to learn more about birds of prey that inhabit Utah. RINS is a citizen science monitoring project that enlists volunteers who enjoy traveling to remote or rural areas to observe wildlife from a stationary location, and sometimes walking or hiking in deserts or mountain valleys.

To be a RINS volunteer, no science credentials are needed. Those interested in participating in the project will learn how to discover a nest, identify a raptor, and perform fieldwork.

To become a volunteer you will need a pair of binoculars, a GPS unit, an email address and the time and resources to spend two field days per month from March through July monitoring your assigned area.

Please contact us for more information by filling out the form below.