Get Involved in Citizen Science, Spread Your Wings

Lately I've been hearing about citizen science, ways that people like you and I can get involved with science projects on the internet. That prospect is intriguing. It's an opportunity to explore interests or hobbies beyond our professional lives. There's iNaturalist, a site to share your observations of plants and animals, and for my town you can add sightings at the Austin Science and Nature Center. At zooniverse, you can help scientists analyze data about bat behavior in the wild, one NSF-funded project among many others. Perhaps, you have students or know teachers who would be interested in one of the projects. I'd like to hear what ways you find to get involved.