Thanks to everyone for your involvement with CamClickr. Since it was launched in 2008, this project cataloged nesting behavior of birds captured in over 600,000 images. The resulting imagery led to the publication of one scientific article (Cooper, C. B., M. A. Voss, and B. Zivkovic. 2009. Extended laying interval of ultimate eggs in Eastern Bluebirds. Condor 111:752-755) and CamClickr was featured in a biology curriculum (Voss, M. A. and C. B. Cooper. 2010. Using a free on-line Citizen Science project to teach observation and quantification of animal behavior. American Biology Teacher 72:437-443). These achievements would not have been possible without all of your hard work. If you enjoyed participating in CamClickr, please consider joining one of the many other citizen science projects at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.