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We had 122 counts in Ontario again this year, the same as last year’s total and just two shy of the record 124 in year 117.
We had 122 counts in Ontario this year, down two from the record 124 of last year; the only changes were misses from Bon Echo and Ear Falls.
We had a record total of 124 counts in Ontario this year, up four from last year with the addition of some new counts: Bon Echo, Cape Chin, Desbara
Christmas Bird Count reports were submitted for 459 Canadian counts this past season – one shy of the record total set the previous year.
Canadian counts reported 297 species on the 116th Christmas Bird Count, down eight from the record-setting year last year.
We had a record total of 120 counts in Ontario this year, up eight from last year with the addition of six new counts: Frontenac, Matachewan, Pike
We had a total of 112 counts in Ontario this year, up two from last year with several changes: Five counts that reported last year were missing (or
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