If you're going to take part, what do you need to do? Clare and James talk you through everything.
Something they really want you to understand is how important it is for everyone to send in their data, whether or not they see anything! We need to know where each species is more and less common if we are to get an idea of population sizes.
On the first weekend of surveys last year, our eagle-eyed expert Nick Mooney and his team out near Lake Pedder were 'zero heroes' - they didn't see any birds at all. But they had an incredible day in a beautiful part of Tasmania, and they knew this information really important for the survey. Work like Nick's will really help us figure out which habitats have fewer eagles in them.
If you can't take part in the official survey at school (24th May), you might at least have a little practice on the school grounds - on that day or at any other time. Perhaps you might like to have a go with your family over the weekend. The details of what's needed - like where you record your observations - are on the NatureTrackers website.
Whether or not you can take part, you can follow along progress on the NatureTrackers website, including on the Results map.