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Researchers could use birders' sharp eyes to help with these digital community-science projects.
United States Christmas Bird Counts reported 661 species, 62 infraspecific forms, seven count week species, and 44 exotics. New for the U.S.
The 77 CBCs held during the 119th season represented a rare decrease from the 118th season. Despite the addition of the Crocodile Lake N.W.R.
During the 2018-2019 (119th) Audubon Christmas Bird Count, Louisiana birders for the first time conducted 30 counts, continuing a recent
Weather in southern Nevada was dry as typical for the season, with sunshine for most counts and no measurable precipitation.
A dispatch from Arizona’s Salt River.
The 79 CBCs held during the 118th season set the record for the most CBCs in one season in Florida, a trend that has been the norm
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