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Its intertidal mudflats crowded with migratory shorebirds each year, this California bay is threatened by the aquaculture industry.
A total of 51 Christmas Bird Counts was submitted to the Christmas Bird Count Website by the end of February deadline from Colorado this past winte
For the 120th Christmas Bird Count period, 133 counts were completed in California with a total of 376 species recorded (including docum
Weather is always a factor, but Arkansas has had two years in-a-row of record mild years. Only 14% of the counts were moderately impacted by
The Alaska region saw 37 counts completed during the CBC 120 season (about average number for the past five years).
Thirteen Alabama circles were covered this year, each of which was also run last year. A total of 191 species were recorded overall, led by Gu
Thirty-five Christmas Bird Counts (CBC) were conducted this year in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Overall temperatures on most counts were fairly low.
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