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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.
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.
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