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Join a Global Bird Count!

6 February 2018 – From February 16 to 19, bird enthusiasts worldwide share their sightings with the Great Backyard Bird Count to help scientists understand global bird populations.

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Counting Down to the 2018 Great Backyard Bird Count

19 January 2018 – Show how much you care about birds by participating in the 21st annual Great Backyard Bird Count! Simply count birds for at least 15 minutes on one or more of the count days (February 16-19, 2018) and report your sightings online.

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The Bird Studies Canada GBBC Story Contest

19 January 2018 – We at Bird Studies Canada want to hear your most exciting, inspiring, funny, or heartwarming story about the Great Backyard Bird Count!

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Great Backyard Bird Count Results

9 March 2017 – It was another exciting, record-breaking year for the Great Backyard Bird Count. The final 2017 GBBC results are in!

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Transported by Nature

9 March 2017 – Resembling an old film strip, my first experience in the Giant Backyard Bird Count flashes in my mind’s eye…

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Vireo

8 March 2017 – It was Day Three of the 2017 Great Backyard Bird Count. The morning began with drizzly conditions, but after a few minutes of counting, rain began to pour from the sky. As the downpour continued, I counted robins, blackbirds and juncos, periodically wiping the lenses of my binoculars.

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Birding in Virginia: From the Coastal Plain to the Piedmont

3 March 2017 – I had assumed that the Great Backyard Bird Count was for birding exclusively in backyards. I do not have a backyard. However, I learned that the count can be done anywhere, so this year I set out to do what I considered my Great Beyond Bird Count!

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The Bird Studies Canada GBBC Story Contest

16 February 2017 – We at Bird Studies Canada want to hear your most exciting, inspiring, funny, or heartwarming story about the Great Backyard Bird Count! To enter our story contest, email us your best tale from this year's (or a previous year's) GBBC, in 200-400 words.

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