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Despite the challenges associated with Covid 19, 18 of Wyoming’s 20 CBCs were conducted for the 121st Christmas Bird Count, and 72,705 birds
Total Species and Cumulative List Increase
By all measures of accountability, the 121st Christmas Bird Count was an incredible blockbuster of an event in Michigan.
Twenty-seven counts were completed in the state during the 121st count period, one less than last season.
Let’s look back at last season’s Christmas Bird Count here in West Virginia during the 121st count season.
The 121st Christmas Bird Count season was a bright spot in a tumultuous year throughout most of Atlantic Canada, as it was everywhere.
There were 39 Saskatchewan CBCs submitted, a decrease of five from last year.
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