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Cover Story - December 13, 2013

How to participate in a bird count

Winter offers various opportunities to get involved, even from the backyard

The Christmas Bird Count, and bird counts throughout the winter, are becoming increasingly popular ways to find color in the cold and spare winter landscape. The National Audubon Society's Christmas Bird Count is perhaps the best known, but there are also other ways to get involved. Even the armchair birder can take part in the Great Backyard Bird Count or Project FeederWatch. Here are links to local events:

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