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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.
The 119th Christmas Bird Count has been successful in Quebec, although it has seven fewer species than in 2016-17 and 11 fewer than in 2017-18.
There were 39 Saskatchewan CBCs submitted, a decrease of two from last year.
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.
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