Every project page features charts and information that tell your story and share your research.
- Watch a live chart that streams data from your counters to your fans in under 15 seconds
- Explore the changing species composition over the course of your season with an interactive pie chart
- Dig into daily and hourly counts with intuitive charts and tables
- Check the counter’s forecast featuring weather like cloud cover, precipitation, and wind direction
- Highlight your target species using custom lists
- View your data from anywhere with an interface optimized for mobile devices
Check Out Ongoing Spring 2017 Count Sites
- Hawk Count – Whitefish Point Bird Observatory
- Waterbird Count – Mackinac Straits Raptor Watch
- Hawk Count – Mackinac Straits Raptor Watch
- Hawk Count – Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
- Hawk Count – Millersville University
Upcoming Spring Site
- April 15 – Waterbird Count – Whitefish Point Bird Observatory
Find Links to All of Our Featured Projects
Like you, we think that environmental research is exciting!
To highlight your research in a fun and engaging way, we’ve developed the Fireworks Map. On the homepage of Dunkadoo, we replay the most recent day of data. Starting at the first sighting of the day, the map quickly replays everything that was seen until it catches up with the present time. Once caught up, you can watch the pulse of migration nationwide in real-time.
This map is a great way for the public to discover your research. Every observation posted to the map includes a link to visit your research page.
Dunkadoo provides non-profit conservation organizations with FREE software that runs on tablets and on the web.
- Flexible study design to meet your needs
- Custom questions for every sighting
- Custom metadata
- Custom taxonomies
- Import your organization’s taxonomy
- Custom questions on the tablet for every species
- Tablet software is designed to be easy to use in the field
- Download your data from the web in standard formats like CSV
- Live broadcast is optional and available if you have internet access at the count site