Christmas Bird Counts fast approaching


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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14 - NYML CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT
Count week starts Wednesday December 11th and runs through Tuesday December 17th.  Please contact compiler Steve Chorvas (246-5900 or schorvas@... ) with unusual sightings or intel on local conditions within this count circle.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28 - NYUD CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT
There are still a few sectors that have room for additional participants so please contact compiler Mark DeDea (339-1277 or forsythnature@... ) for assignment in the Ulster/ Dutchess count circle no later than Saturday, December 21st. Be prepared for a full day out of doors. Reports from feeder watchers in the count circle are also desired. Please contact Mark regarding details about compilation get together afterward, submission of records, and weather postponement. 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 4 - NYMS CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT
The NYMS (Minnewaska/Shawangunk) Christmas Bird Count takes it’s second voyage and is sure to be exciting with lots of our favorite winter birding spots within the circle. Contact Nick Martin (255-0752 or Nicholas.Martin@... ) for assignment no later than Saturday, December 28th. Be prepared for a full day out of doors. Reports from feeder watchers in the count circle are also desired. Please contact Nick regarding details about compilation get together afterward, submission of records, and weather postponement. 
John Burroughs Natural History Society was organized in 1950 by a group of scientists and educators to serve as a source of information about the flora, fauna, and natural history of Ulster County. 


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New York state's third breeding bird atlas begins in January 2020. Click here to learn more. Stay tuned for regional information sessions, workshops and events. 
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