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Mild temperatures in the weeks prior to count season limited ice cover, even in northern Nevada.
We had a record 126 counts in Ontario this year, up four from the last two years and up two from the previous record setting year in 2016/17.
Twenty-six counts were conducted in South Carolina during the 2019-20 Christmas Bird Count period. Hilton Head Island had the largest number
The 120th Christmas Bird Count season was a wonderful one throughout most of Atlantic Canada, with its usual mix of wintry weather, fant
There were 44 Saskatchewan CBCs submitted, an increase of five from last year. Hopefully this is a continuing trend!
All 20 of Wyoming’s CBCs were conducted for the 120th Christmas Bird Count, and 81,367 birds of 113 species were recorded.
For the 120th Christmas Bird Count (CBC) in Utah, 24 count circles were reviewed and 193 total species were reported – the s
This is a summary of the highest counts reported for individual species and forms in Canada since the Christmas Bird Count (CBC) began in 1900.
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