Join the Winter Birdwatchers

Phelps, Megan
December 2006
Mother Earth News;Dec/Jan2007, Issue 219, p20
This article offers update on the 2006 Christmas Bird Count. Coordinated by the National Audubon Society, this annual event combines the totals collected by local birders to produce a snapshot of winter bird populations. The data is used by biologists to study variations in bird populations as well as the underlying environmental reasons behind those changes.


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