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Will you help the birds?



Meet near the kiosk in the parking area a few minutes before 9AM!

Everyone is invited to join the fun!

The birds need YOUR help and all you have to do is watch them!  No experience is necessary, but a love of birds and nature is!  Be a “citizen scientist” for a day, a few hours, or just 15 minutes. Join thousands of other bird lovers across the nation who will do their part to help the Audubon Society and Cornell Lab of Ornithology in monitoring shifting winter bird populations, which then provide a “snapshot” of birds across the continent.  Nationally, participants turned in more than 93,000 checklists in 2009.  Good, but we can do better!

Now, let’s go count some birds!

For more information about The Bird Count or to print out a data form:

http://www.birdsource.org/gbbc (If you cannot come out to Edgewood, consider counting birds in your garden or backyard for 15 minutes and enter your results online at www.birdcount.org).

To contact the Edgewood Preserve Bird Count leaders:  Mary Beth and Paul Tomko

mbtomko@gmail.com or 631-838-4801

“protecting and improving the natural beauty of Long Island’s only pitch pine scrub oak wildlife habitat.”

friends of edgewood preserve is a 501c3 charitable all volunteer organization.

One Response

  1. that would be tough work, i think we should put tags on the birds first.

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