About the Great Backyard Bird Count

Curious about the Great Backyard Bird Count?


Join us Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
for a small group Zoom discussion with John Loz, Southern Adirondack Audubon President and
Chair of the Board of Audubon of New York State Council of Chapters.

Each February, birders and non-birders alike contribute to citizen science by participating in the Great Backyard Bird Count. This year’s count, February 12 to 15, also provides a unique opportunity to safely work together with fellow bird enthusiasts from around the world. If you’re curious about how to participate please join us in a Zoom conversation about our favorite local birding sites and the activity at our home feeders. We’ll be joined by John Loz, President of Southern Adirondack Audubon and Chair of the Board of Audubon New York Chapters. John will discuss this year’s boon of irruptive finches and talk about all the other birds people are seeing. He’ll also share how to contribute to this year’s Great Backyard Bird Count and how to view other birders’ entries. Space at this event is limited to facilitate conversation so please register by emailing Margie Amodeo at amodeom@union.edu.

We shared the following links during this program: