Bird Collision Corps Sign-Up Form


Join the effort! Sign up below for the fall survey period (SEpt. 10-Oct. 31)

Thank you for your interest in volunteering! The Bird Collision Corps is working on the UW-Madison campus to determine which buildings cause the highest rates of mortality for birds as a result of window collisions. Your time and energy is invaluable in understanding this question and collecting critical data.

To sign up as a volunteer, you'll need to do to things: 1) Fill out the form below, 2) Claim your weekly survey route, date, and time by clicking the link at the bottom.

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Survey Sectors you can choose from:

West Campus

  • Russell Laboratories
  • Microbial Sciences
  • Wisconsin Energy Institute

South-Central Campus

  • Discovery Building
  • Union South
  • Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences Building (AOSS)

Far West Campus

  • Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF)
  • Walnut Street Greenhouses
  • Dejope Residence Hall

Central Campus

  • Nancy Nicholas Hall
  • Van Hise Hall

Downtown Campus

  • Pyle Center
  • Kohl Center

STEP 1: Fill out the form below

Name *
If working in a pair or team, provide the following information for the "Captain"
Cell Phone *
Cell Phone
Please select the training you'd like to attend *
Is the device you'll collect data on via the iNaturalist app an iPhone or an Android? *
How did you hear about this program? *
Select all that apply
NEXT: After you click SUBMIT, remember to click the link below to go to SignUpGenius to claim your survey sector/day/time. You can choose multiple, if you'd like! *

STEP 2: Click this link to claim your survey sector/day/time

Be sure to click this link to sign up for the set of buildings, day, and timeslot you'd like to survey. You're welcome to sign up for multiple surveys if you'd like and your schedule allows! Unlike the Spring 2018 survey period, there's no requirement for the number of shifts you sign up for.


STEP 3: Watch for a confirmation email

Finally, one of the project coordinators will follow up with you to confirm your participation. Thank you so much for your time and energy on helping with this project! If you have any questions, please contact Brenna Marsicek, Madison Audubon communications director, by phone (608-255-BIRD) or email (


Thank you!

Banner photo by Ivan Lian