Christmas Bird Count

 Skill Level: All skill levels.

 When: 2021 count dates not announced yet.

 Each Christmas Bird Count is conducted on a single day between December 14 and January 5. Counts are carried out within a 24-km diameter circle that stays the same from year to year. The results are used daily by conservation biologists and naturalists to assess the population trends and distribution of birds.

 Find a count near you: http://www.birdscanada.org/volunteer/cbc/index.jsp?targetpg=mapviewer&lang=EN

 

North Shore (Tecumseh/Lakeshore)

  eaglecoach@cogeco.ca

Holiday Beach (LaSalle/Amherstburg)

  Jeremy Hatt hattjeremy@hotmail.com

Cedar Creek

  Paul Pratt pratt.paul@icloud.com

Leamington (Point Pelee)

  Sarah Rupert sarah.rupert@canada.ca

Pelee Island

Sumiko Onishi info@pibo.ca 

 

Christmas Bird Count for Kids

 Skill Level: Beginner.

Inspired by the well-loved, traditional Christmas Bird Count, the CBC4Kids engages new generations of young birders across North America.

When: Throughout December and January.

Findings are submitted through an online checklist and reported to Nature Counts and eBird Canada, where they can be used in scientific research.

 Notes: Great resources to be printed in colour, laminated and reused yearly:

 Christmas Bird Count for Kids | Birds Canada | Oiseaux Canada

 Contact: education@birds.canada.org