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Missouri hosted 28 Christmas Bird Counts this past season, the highest number ever with reinstatement of the Kirksville count in the northeast.
For the 119th Christmas Bird Count in Utah, 24 count circles were reviewed and 202 species were reported – the species count
The 119th CBC in North Carolina consisted of 53 counts, setting a new record number for the state.
Weather was mostly mild for the season.
Welcome to a review of Ohio’s participation in the 119th National Audubon Society Christmas Bird Count.
All 20 of Wyoming’s CBCs were conducted for the 119th Christmas Bird Count, and 88,633 birds of 115 species were recorded.
Only 25 counts were conducted in South Carolina during the 2018-19 Christmas Bird Count period.
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