Audubon Christmas Bird Count

Audubon Christmas Bird Count

The mission of the Christmas Bird Count is to identify, count, and record as many different bird species as you see in a particular area. You don’t have to stay in one spot all day, nor participate all day long.

The Annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC) is held each year during a two-week window around the Christmas holiday. Audubon chapters all across the country choose a date within that window for their own count.

BLACK HILLS AUDUBON SOCIETY conducts the Olympia CBC.

This count is part of a larger citizen science effort led by Audubon chapters throughout the nation. CBC data are then sent to National Audubon for analysis.

Contact

Bill Shelmerdine
cbc@nullblackhills-audubon.org,
or call 360-866-9106.