Even if you aren’t a Seanetter, we want your information should you come across a SEANET tagged bird! Our volunteers place orange cable ties on the wings, legs and beaks of the birds they find. Many of our volunteers also affix individually numbered aluminum tags. If you find a bird that you suspect was tagged as part of our project, please don’t disturb, move or throw it away! We collect data on how long dead birds stay on the beach, and whether they move up and down the coast with the tides. If you find a SEANET bird, please leave it where it is, snap a photo if you can, note the tag number (if present) and send the info along to me via email (sarah.courchesne”at”tufts.edu) or post a comment here on the blog. We love to hear where our birds are spotted and by whom!