Photos by: Kevin Bender
The National Audubon Society and Cornell Lab of Ornithology organize bird counts through out the year where volunteers all over the country count birds on specific days and report their findings. Together, the counts offer a real-time snapshot of the numbers and kinds of birds that people are finding, from Boreal Chickadees in Alaska to Anhingas in Florida. The information is used to track bird populations and to better inform conservation efforts. Daggerwing has begun participating in these counts and the results can be found below by clicking on the links.