Cornell Program Helps Public Count the Birds

Want to Take Part?

For the past 19 years, ornithologists at Cornell University have solicited help from the general public to count birds from November until April. David Bonter, Project Feeder Watch coordinator, tells Liane Hansen how the program works.

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