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December 14, 2021–Noah Cole
Started in 1900, the Christmas Bird Count is North America’s longest-running Citizen Science project. Counts happen in over 2000 localities throughout the Western Hemisphere. The information collected by thousands of ...
December 6, 2018–Noah Cole
Long-tailed ducks © Tobias Roth CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Winter bird watching offers us an exciting opportunity to observe unique and notable birds such as snowy owls, winter finches and overwintering raptors. This year’s Christmas Bird Count will run ...
December 20, 2016–Noah Cole
Birds•Community Science•Recreation and Events
Peninsula Field Naturalists © Noah Cole
There are more than 100 Christmas Bird Counts in Ontario planned, of which more than 65 are affiliated with our Nature Network groups. This year, because of its diverse overwintering ...
July 13, 2016–Guest blogger
Birds•Community Science•Reptiles and Amphibians
Thunder Bay BioBlitz © Julee Boan
The Audubon Christmas Bird Count, considered by many to be the first formal citizen science program, began in 1900. Since that time, many more bird-related programs have been created. Today, ...
December 18, 2012–Julia Zarankin
Red crossbill © Robert McCaw
I had no idea what to expect from my first Christmas Bird Count this weekend. I was nervous about meeting a group of unknown, yet likely much more experienced birders ...