Guelph’s 51st Christmas Bird Count takes place on Sunday December 17, 2017. Everyone is welcome to participate. To take part, contact one of the leaders of the 13 sections shown in the table below and on the accompanying map, or count coordinator Mike Cadman at email@example.com.
About the Christmas Bird Count
Every December, people all over the world participate in a citizen science project called the Christmas Bird Count. The Guelph count takes place in a 24km diameter circle around the city, and is divided into sections. Birders go out in teams to identify and count as many birds as possible in a single day in their section and results are compiled at a “tally rally” at the end of the day. The data is an important contribution to knowledge of wintering bird populations and how they are changing over time. You can find more information on the CBC on Bird Studies Canada’s website at: http://www.bsc-eoc.org/volunteer/cbc/index.jsp?targetpg=cbcparticpate&lang=EN
People of all levels of experience are welcome to participate in each year’s count! The CBC is a great way to participate in avian science, and learn a little about the birds that spend their winters here in Guelph.
|Area Number||Area Name||Contact||Phone|
|1||Hanlon Valley||Rohan van Twestfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||Little Tract||Larry Staniforthemail@example.com|
|5||Speed River||Ron Lohrfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|6||West End||Mike Cadman||519-822-9834||Mike.Cadman@Canada.ca|
|7||The Desert||Mike Lepage||519-821-9555||Mike.Lepage@rwdi.com|
|9||Eramosa River||Marnie Bensonemail@example.com|
|11||Guelph Lake||Kyle Hornerfirstname.lastname@example.org|