This video from the USA is called Audubon‘s Christmas Bird Count.
Yesterday, I participated in the national garden bird count.
Today, I counted again, at a different spot: the balcony.
A bit more birds than yesterday. One great tit, one blue tit. A magpie. A blackbird couple, male and female.
Meanwhile, more and more bird counting figures are still coming in at the national level.
- Swans in Dutch nature reserve (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- United States birds nests’ research (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Local bird counters make annual science contribution (fresnobee.com)
- Birders spy species in count (toledoblade.com)
- Volunteer birders tally 80 species for the Pittsburgh Christmas Bird Count (triblive.com)
- From Canada To Latin America, The Christmas Bird Count Is On (wnyc.org)
- Audubon seeks volunteers for winter ‘Focus on Feeders’ bird count (metrowestdailynews.com)
This is not my first visit, but this is my first comment. Since I’ve subscribed yours, nowadays I’m pretty interested in “birds” and moreover, “nature” and this video’s pretty impressive. Keep uploading posts 🙂
Hi whatuful, welcome in my comment boxes!
I will certainly blog more about birds 🙂
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