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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.
After so many years of experiencing the lead-up to the Christmas Count season with its wonderful anticipation of the collective discoveries, the od
Texas produced 110 Christmas Bird Counts (CBC) with 3173 birder days on the way to reporting 379 species which included the rarities Costa&rsq
Winter came early this year, starting in September when we experienced at least one day when the temperature failed to climb above zero, followed b
Watch how Audubon Rockies has helped one young scientist become a skilled bird bander.
Research confirms that parrots around the world are messy foragers, but some scientists think it could be a strategy to grow tastier fruit.
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