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Only 25 counts were conducted in South Carolina during the 2018-19 Christmas Bird Count period.
Weather in southern Nevada was dry as typical for the season, with sunshine for most counts and no measurable precipitation.
A major snowfall event across the region in mid-November and a generally poor food crop may have contributed to the low numbers of individuals enco
Montana’s Christmas Bird Count (CBC) #119 was cold and fairly snowy at most sites, and ushered in a rather brutal winter season state-wide.&n
Thirty-seven Christmas Bird Counts were conducted this year in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
The Antillean region has steadily added new CBC circles and participation in recent years.
Fifty-two Christmas Bird Counts (CBCs) were conducted in Virginia-Washington DC for the 2018-2019 season.
Twenty-eight counts were completed in the state during the 119th count period, the same number as last season.
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