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Great Backyard Bird Count is February 17 - 20



The Great Backyard Bird Count is February 17 - 20.


People across the country will spend 15 minutes or more taking stock of the birds in their towns.This looks like so much fun!  I love birds!  You can find resources here: Birdsource.org and they have a guide here: How-to HelpTo encourage birds to visit your yard, try hanging a homemade birdseed biscuit. I found the cutest heart-shaped recipe in Family Fun Magazine: Birdseed BiscuitsHave fun counting those birds!






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Guest - ME on Friday, 17 February 2012 11:57

We received this information from our hs co-op and have been observing the birds all day and had art class of drawing the variety of birds we viewed.
Thank you for sharing this.

We received this information from our hs co-op and have been observing the birds all day and had art class of drawing the variety of birds we viewed. Thank you for sharing this.
Guest - Karen (website) on Friday, 17 February 2012 10:34

Bird watchers have been excited in Washington state because the Snowy Owl has been spotted on our coast in the past month.

Bird watchers have been excited in Washington state because the Snowy Owl has been spotted on our coast in the past month.
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