12-15-2018 Christmas Bird Count

Nov 29, 2018 by

Join Friends of Glen Providence Park in our 8th year participating in the Christmas Bird Count, the world’s longest-running Citizen Science survey!  In this early-winter bird census, thousands of volunteers across the US, Canada, and many countries go out over a 24-hour period to count birds. Researchers and conservation biologists use the data to study the long-term health and status of bird populations.

119th Annual Christmas Bird Count

Saturday, December 15
Rain, snow, or shine!* 
Park entrance at 3rd & West Streets


Slow down for a morning and take a break from the holiday rush!


  • Please note the location– we will meet at the 3rd & West Street park entrance
  • *Rain, snow, or shine – but in the event of high winds, we will post on Facebook and our website that morning whether we will meet. 
  • Be prepared for steep hills and rugged, possibly muddy and/or icy terrain
  • Experienced and novice birdwatchers welcome!
  • Of course, bring your binoculars and bird guides!

Friends of Glen Providence Park will submit our results to the CBC Compiler for Delaware County. We will also post the results on our website!

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